Posted 8 years ago
My apologies on this photo, I have had my friend send it as I don't have a good example to show you of a 'fat lava" vase. I will try to replace this as soon as I can correct the many issues I'm having at the moment. I wanted to clarify what the 'fat lava' is and what it is not, for those that would like to know. Also, I do not claim to be an 'expert' here but for CW and others that come here, I believe this info should be correct when we add items and descriptions.
Here is an example of a mid-century 'fat lava' vase. I chose this because in the center is why it is described as 'fat lava'. It's texture really does look and feel like real lava. (It's just not sharp like lava is).
~ Maker: Jasba, West Germany.
~ Year: Mid-century.
~ Approx. Size: 6" tall x 3" at widest point.
Please let me know if I have clarified this correctly so that it's easily understood. I just wanted the 'non-collectors' to understand that not all WGP is called 'Fat Lava'.