Ruscha West German Pottery Vase Shape 313, later shape version
MC-134      Ruscha 313 with green and brown glaze           SOLD

Ruscha 313, third shape variation  Description: This is the second generation form of Ruscha 313, orignally designed by Kurt Tschörner in 1954 and modified in the early to mid 1960s.  This example is primarily in greens and browns and reminds me of old tobacco spit glazes.  I wouldn't call it pretty, but it is fascinating with a lot going on when you take time to look, especially variations between matte and gloss and a lot of texture you can feel more easily than you can see. Likely date on this one is late 70s.  Although it's easy to find this form, finding it with this glaze is more difficult.

Form: 313

Dimensions: Height is about 6 1/8". (The second version is slightly taller than the original 313 form.) Widest point, including the handle, is about 8 1/4".

Condition: excellent with no damage and no repairs.  Of course, all our sales are fully guaranteed.

Price:  SOLD 
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