|▄-Keramik Klinker Series Vase with
Sorry, this one got broken and is no longer
available. Just going to join our own
collection of damaged-but-too-good-to-throw-away
Description: This vase is part of a special series done by Uebelacker Keramik, called Klinker because of the type and color clay used. The vase features a design with elephants and palm trees. I think the elephants were done with a wax resist technique that kept the glaze from "sticking" in those areas, but the trees show some deeper, sharper lines that suggest some additional "cut" work. Shape number is 137.
This is an uncommon decor within an uncommon series. If you want to add a rarity to your collection, here it is.
Dimensions: Height is about 12".
Estimated Date: 1960
Condition: is excellent with no damage and no repairs, but there is crazing.
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