Sawa Keramik Shape 322 West German Pottery
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Sawa Keramik Shape 322 West German Pottery           SOLD
Sawa 322 West German potteryDescription:  This West German pottery pitcher form was made by Sawa but certainly led me a merry chase trying to confirm the attribution.  The body is essentially bisque, unglazed red clay of the type sometimes called "klinker". 

The decoration is formed by raised bands with a dark brown glaze.  My first assumption was that these are molded, but the other version I saw of this form had a completely different decor, so now

I'm inclined to think the bands may be formed by slicing away a layer in between.  (While many Sawa items are hand thrown, this one is mold work overall.)


The form is slightly flattened, not a full rounded pitcher.  The curves of the body work nicely with the angles of the design, which complement the flat, angular handle.  Overall, it's a good example of how a strong effect is achieved with a minimalist approach.

Height: is about 7 1/4"

Condition: 
is excellent with no damage and no repairs.

Price: 
SOLD

Shipping:
Will be $12.95 for Priority Mail/insurance within the continental US.  Contact us for a quote elsewhere.

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