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Two Small Vases, (France), 1920-1930

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European Art Pottery1203 of 1974ROGILD DANMARKUnusual Black & Red Clay Decorated Vase - Maker Unknown
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    Posted 6 years ago

    jensen
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    Two small unidentified vases which are probably French and not necessarily from the same place. If anybody has any guess as to their identity, I will be happy to hear from you. I bought them on a flea market from a glass collector who had tried in vain to get rid of them for some time, so every time I saw him, he had lowered the price and finally I bought them!

    The larger vase is 10.5 cm tall and covered with a nice blue and grey glaze. It is marked only with a number (177). It is quite elegant with its half-spherical body and the two handles. It is heavier and more ‘sturdy’ than the other one. The smaller one is dark grey and somewhat lighter than the other. This is also marked only with a number (1177). I suppose it could be a Denbac vase, but again, if anyone has a better suggestion, I’ll be happy to hear it!

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    1. SEAN68 SEAN68, 6 years ago
      one could be French because of how the the 7's are. but I could be wrong >(1177) vase.the vase could be german. but I could be wrong. lets see what others say!!.

      very beautiful vases Jensen.
    2. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 6 years ago
      I saw the thumbnail and thoight: "these must be Jenses's" :)

      I love the big one... a wonderful vase!
    3. jensen jensen, 6 years ago
      Haha - thanks, austro, I know the feeling of thinking 'this must be so-and-so's new post!'. And thanks, Sean - German is a possibility, I guess.
    4. surfdub66 surfdub66, 6 years ago
      I love both of these !!! Especially the shape of the big one !!!
    5. jensen jensen, 6 years ago
      Thanks, surfdub! Also thanks to 'the lovers' !
    6. getthatmonkeyoutofme getthatmonkeyoutofme, 6 years ago
      Yes, german origin is possible...
      may i use the pics to show them to volker hornbostel?
      He might know...
    7. CeramicAnt CeramicAnt, 6 years ago
      My first thought was Fulper Pottery but not sure if thety used these numbers.
    8. lovedecanters lovedecanters, 5 years ago
      There is a Belgian pottery that did similar work with that style of marking on the bottom. Sorry but I can't remember what they are called. I particularly like the one on the left.
    9. lovedecanters lovedecanters, 5 years ago
      I mean right.

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