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Scheurich Keramik Floor Vase with Handpainted landscape, West German Pottery
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Scheurich Keramik 239 Floor Vase,
                              Hand painted landscape, West German
                              PotteryScheurich vase 239 with landscape

DescriptionThis West German pottery floor vase is by Scheurich Keramik, and the hand painted landscape is a rather unusual decoration.  It's not certain whether it was done at the factory, or if it was bought as a blank and then decorated.  It's artist signed, but the signature is unclear.  This shape/size was introduced around 1959.
 
Dimensions:  
Height is about 16 1/2". 

Form: 239

 Company/Artist:  Scheurich, artist unknown

Decor/Glaze:  Unknown


Estimated Date: 1959.
 
Condition: 
is excellent with no damage and no repairs.

Price: 
$215 plus shipping and insurance.

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