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    Posted 11 months ago

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    Here & There: Three crystalline vases, left to right:

    Claes Thell vase (1982) from his Höganäs, Sweden studio (carbon crystalline/iron oxide glaze and applied relief decoration to exterior) - 6” tall

    Kjell Bolinder vase (1995) his Höganäs, Sweden studio (unique dense blue crystalline) - 3.5” tall

    ORIGINALLY POSTED AS: "Zanesville Stoneware Co, 'Brown and Tan Overflow' #940 Art Pottery Vase, circa 1920’s – 6.75” tall" NOW BELIEVED TO BE: 20s German, possibly Carl Schack.


    1. art.pottery, 11 months ago
      Nice! First Hoganas vase is exceptional!

      Can you post a pic of the ZSC vase base? Never seen an example or heard of them producing any crystalline glazes. Glaze looks like Carl Schack.
    2. VioletOrange VioletOrange, 11 months ago
      Thanks for the input. Here is a link to a photo of the base. Would like your opinion after seeing it. I have the ZSC book and don't see any glazes like it either - closest being a pic or two of Neptune glavze pieces,
    3. art.pottery, 11 months ago
      Don’t think it’s ZSC. I think teens-20s German, Carl Gebauer or Carl Schack.
    4. VioletOrange VioletOrange, 11 months ago
      I think you are right, will change the description

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