Fantastic mid-century German vase by KTU Unterstab. A fine example of mid-century German studio pottery! Made around the 1960- 1970's in Germany, Langenhessen. The pottery studio was run by Gudrun Unterstab (daughter of Albert Kiessling) and her husband Ralph Unterstab since the early 1960's. The vase was made with an unusual glaze reduction technique that has formed a beautiful pattern of white lines and dots that give it a sort of underwater feel.Albert Kiessling also experimented with similar glazes in the same colour in the decade before he passed away (in 1964). Colour: dark blue and white. Vintage item in EXCELLENT CONDITION. No chips, no cracks, no noticeable signs of wear, no unpleasant odours. The base is marked: KTU UNTERSTAB and "handmade" (roughly translated). Please note: The photos really don't do it justice because my camera is not very good at taking accurate photos of long tall vases. Approximate packaged weight : 1.9 Kg. All items have been stored in a non-smoking household and will be cleaned just before packing. Fragile items to a high standard.
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Any imperfections or signs of wear. However, the true colour or general appearance of items may vary slightly to photographs which can never be 100%. Scratches I always try to describe it and photograph it to avoid disappointment when the item arrives - rather than simply.Use the vague term "very good vintage condition" or "item may have signs of wear" (like some sellers do). However, please bear in mind that I have a tendency to be pedantic and over-scrupulous so please do not be put off by my. Detailed descriptions and close-up photos of minor imperfections or signs of wear! When I show close-up photos of scuff marks, scratches, glaze crazing or manufacturing flaws, they tend to look more. Prominent than to the eye / in person, sometimes even revealing things that the eye can not actually see, so please bear.
" Excellent condition " generally means no chips or cracks and no conspicuous signs of wear. " Very good condition " means no chips or cracks but has some minor signs of wear that might be noticed when the item. Without disturbing the general appearance of the object. " Good condition " means there may be some small chips or prominent signs of wear such as scratches, dark scuff marks. Or stains that are noticeable when viewing the item on display.There may also be fine hairline cracks that are not very. Noticeable when the item is on display. When I describe the condition of vintage items as "good, " "very good" or "excellent" or not having noticeable signs of wear. All vintage items are "used" items so may show signs of wear on the base of the object or to the back of wall.
Hand made vintage ceramics can often have marks to the base or back of wall plaques, either from wear or from the. Manufacturing process (such as scratches, indentations or small chips) which I do not consider. When the item is on display or if it affects the stability or function of the item. Depending on the weight and value of the items. As the items I sell are fragile, I can not send combined.
Item price is subject to change whether on promotion or not. My prices are always based on quality, rarity and condition, which I aim to keep as reasonable as possible compared to similar items on. If items are not listed with a "best offer" option, this usually means the price is not negotiable because that is the "best" price I can offer. Cost to receive and return.
Provided it is in the. Ideally in it's original. The item "Unterstab Keramik vase mid-century studio pottery German vintage ceramic MCM DDR" is in sale since Monday, April 19, 2021.
This item is in the category "Pottery, Porcelain & Glass\Pottery\Art Pottery\European". The seller is "kiln-place-studio-ceramics" and is located in London. This item can be shipped worldwide.