Reclaimed | Drip Lava West German Pitcher Vase
This pitcher vase is made by Scheurich, West German Pottery, in the 1960s. It has a stunning high gloss red base with a textured white and grey drip design.
In excellent vintage condition.
Dimensions: H31cm x Ø51cm @ widest
West German ceramics has continued to be increasingly popular in recent years. Sculptural forms, textured surfaces, strong colour and abstract qualities create a range of ceramics that is genuinely striking. The most distinctive of these looks is probably this unmistakable Fat Lava style.
From one of the most fascinating periods of modern design, through the 1950s until the 1970s, over 100 pottery and porcelain companies and studio potters were actively producing ceramics in West Germany. Scheurich were one of the most prolific producers, and while production began slowing in the early 1970s, a wide variety of art pottery was produced well in the 1980s.