Posted 6 years ago
These to me represent a part of a continuum of design that borrow heavily from earlier days - feet, teardrops/tadpoles (but massive and chunky), worked rims, graduated colour, &c.
The post-war work of Chribska and Sklrdovice, to mention two most exported and now ubiquitous firms, borrow and adapt techniques from Italy to produce similar items from the 1950s to 1980s. These date from the later period of production.
It is not quite correct to call the wings on the larger vase tadpoles as the method of production was different, but, for me, the echoes are there.
23.5 and 17cm.