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French Mid-Century Quimper Ceramic Vase from Keraluc Pottery Studio <p>A striking mid-century black glazed ceramic vase by Keraluc in Quimper, French circa 1950. Amphora-style in its shape with a wide body and curled arms. Tapered above the flared base and with a flared mouth. The inside is glazed in a pleasant mint green which reacted to the black outer glaze to form a kind of purple speckle. Symmetrical curled arms below the mouth have a ribbed outer edge. The bottom is stamped for the innovative pottery studio Keraluc, near Quimper in Brittany, and the design number 12.</p>

French Mid-Century Quimper Ceramic Vase from Keraluc Pottery Studio

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reference: DD61
circa: 1950s
origin: France

height: 12.5"
width: 12"
depth: 11"

A striking mid-century black glazed ceramic vase by Keraluc in Quimper, French circa 1950. Amphora-style in its shape with a wide body and curled arms. Tapered above the flared base and with a flared mouth. The inside is glazed in a pleasant mint green which reacted to the black outer glaze to form a kind of purple speckle. Symmetrical curled arms below the mouth have a ribbed outer edge. The bottom is stamped for the innovative pottery studio Keraluc, near Quimper in Brittany, and the design number 12.

Condition: Great vintage condition. No chips or scratches. Few tiny glaze imperfections and drips, original to firing, and a sanded edge on the base which appears to have been a large glaze drip.

 
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