A large Mid-Century Danish Stoneware ceramic floor vase designed by Einar Johansen for Søholm Stentøj. Made in the 1960s.
Handmade with a impressed repeated circular pattern front and back, with a pair of large domed cleats on the shoulders.
Hues of reddish brown, and soft greyish greens on a grey ground. Unique, individual and a really fine statement piece. Amongst the very best of
Danish Ceramic design from a named designer
In excellent condition, no chips, cracks or flea bites. Weighs approximately 10kg
For this to survive the firing process is something special.
Søholm Keramik was founded in 1835 by Edvard Christian Sonne and Herman Sonne Wolffsen in the garden town of Rønne, on the Island of Bornhomme in the Baltic sea, to the east of Denmark. The factory finally closed in 1996.
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