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Nils Thorsson, Denmark by Artpottery, via Flickr

Stoneware vase by Nies Thorsson, Denmark. Made in Royal Copenhagen factory.

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Heather Rosenman A wonderful crawling glaze that contrasts beautifully with the smooth orange below. Nice organic shape, too.

Mid Century Very rare Schlossberg keramik ceramic "Roulette" floor vase West Germany WGP Manufacturer: Schlossberg keramik Designer: Liesel Spornhauer Date: 1954  42cm

Mid Century Very rare Schlossberg keramik ceramic "Roulette" floor vase West Germany WGP Manufacturer: Schlossberg keramik Designer: Liesel Spornhauer Date: 1954 for the top or bottom of the upstairs hall piece

Palsus - Denmark

Chamotte vase with impressed panels and partially transluscent light blue glaze. Anne-Lise and Per Linnemann-Schmidt for Palshus, Denmark.

Løvemose - Tea Trio - Denmark

Løvemose Denmark - tea trio - cup & saucer and tea plate - GRAASTEN - midcentury

A blue stoneware vase from the Hjorth ceramic studios on the island of Bornholm, in Denmark.

Denmark has a rich tradition of producing fine ceramics and original pottery dating back several hundred years . The Royal Copenhagen porcelain factory was established in 1775 under the active patronage of the Danish Royal Court.

Maija Grotell; Glazed Earthenware Vase, c1950 (1899 – 1973) was a ceramist and teacher sometimes described today as the “mother of American ceramics.” Grotell was considered to be an innovative and gifted teacher, and was known for her experiments in glaze technology.

Glazed Earthenware Vase, – was a ceramist and teacher sometimes described today as the “mother of American ceramics.” Grotell was considered to be an innovative and gifted teacher, and was known for her experiments in glaze technology.

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