Jasba West German Pottery Vase with Simplified Jaspatina type Decor
WG100-12 Jasba Vase 235
  Description: This small mid century German pottery vase was made by Jasba, probably as a lower cost variation of their classic Jaspatina glaze.  The decor name for this one is unknown, but the date is probably mid to late 1950s, much like the Jaspatina.

This has a mint green glaze, decorated with red mottling in the veined area, with green showing through, outlined with airbrushed gold post-firing (while Jaspatina has the gold fired into the glaze in a more difficult technique).


Dimensions
:  Height is about 4" with a maximum diameter of about 3 1/4".

Form
:  235

Condition
: excellent with no damage and no repairs.  There is a wobble along the rim, but that's under the decoration and clearly "factory original".  Of course, all our sales are fully guaranteed.

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