Ruscha West German Pottery Jug Shape 313, Third Form

MC-50     Ruscha 313 with rich earthone glaze         SOLD
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                        Shape Variation for Ruscha 313, West German
                        Pottery, original shape by Kurt Tschörner  Description: This is the modified version of the classic Ruscha shape 313 originally designed by Kurt Tschörner.   The 313 was done in over 50 glazes, so the collecting potential is huge.  This version is a mix of earthtones but with the richness and depth you look for when the leaves turn in Fall.   The closer you look, the more fascinating the glaze becomes.  It's an easy shape to find but an unusually good example of a hard to find glaze.  Likely date of this glaze is circa 1970. (Ruscha modified the 313 shape slightly in the early or mid 60s.)

Form: 313

Dimensions: Height is about 6".

Condition: excellent with no damage and no repairs.  Of course, all our sales
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Price:  SOLD

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