Ruscha 313 West German Pottery, Later Shape
MC-127   Ruscha 313 with green/white glaze  SOLD
West
                        German Pottery, Ruscha 313, later shape version,
                        original form by Kurt Tschörner  
This West German pottery vase is Ruscha shape 313 designed by Kurt Tschörner and introduced in 1954.  This example is circa 1970.  This is already considered a classic among W. German pottery and is destined to be a classic form for mid century collectors.

This is the third generation shape of 313 since Ruscha modified it twice sometime in the early to mid 1960s.


Form:
313

Dimensions: Height is about 6 1/4" (slightly taller than the original form).  "Width" including the handle is right around 8".

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

Price SOLD

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