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Töpferei Grootenburg Paul Dresler - Vaas (2)  - Keramiek
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Töpferei Grootenburg Paul Dresler - Vaas (2) - Keramiek

Introducing a captivating pair of ceramic pitcher vases crafted by the renowned Töpferei Grootenburg. These exquisite pieces are a testament to the artistry of Paul Dresler, a visionary ceramic artist who left an indelible mark on the world of pottery. The first pitcher vase stands at an impressive 33 cm in height, and complementing this, the second pitcher vase measures 28 cm in height. What truly sets these vases apart is their mesmerizing marbled glaze. The interplay of vibrant fireplace red and serene turquoise, in various shades and patterns, creates a visual symphony that is both captivating and harmonious. The intentional cracks in the glossy glaze add a touch of uniqueness and intrigue to each piece, making them conversation starters in any setting. These vases bear the prestigious bottom mark of Töpferei Grootenburg, a testament to their authenticity and heritage. The design, attributed to the illustrious Paul Dresler, reflects his innovative approach to ceramics. Dresler, born in 1879 in Siegen, honed his craft under the tutelage of Jakob Julius Scharvogel and furthered his skills at the Ceramics Technical School in Landshut. In 1913, Paul Dresler founded the pottery company Grootenburg – Paul Dresler GmbH. This establishment primarily focused on producing decorative items, including bowls, vases, plates, candleholders, and figurines. Dresler's genius lay in his experimentation with glazes and forms, earning him recognition as one of the most innovative ceramists of his era. Notably, the 1920s saw the development of his colourful reduction glazes, a technique that pushed the boundaries of ceramic art. In 1937, Paul Dresler's exceptional work earned him the prestigious Gold Medal at the Paris World Exhibition, solidifying his status as a master of his craft. Even after Paul Dresler's passing in 1950, the legacy of Grootenburg pottery endured. The distinctive reduction glazes continued to grace numerous pieces, showcasing the enduring appeal and artistry of Töpferei Grootenburg. In summary, these vases are not just decorative items; they are a testament to the legacy of Paul Dresler and the artistic excellence of Töpferei Grootenburg. Their striking design, innovative glazes, and historical significance make them a valuable addition to any collection or a remarkable centrepiece for your home. Don't miss the chance to own a piece of ceramic history. Bid now and bring home these exquisite Töpferei Grootenburg masterpieces. Creator Paul Dresler Assumed design era 1920 to 1949 Assumed production period 1930 to 1949 Made in Germany Vintage, Art Deco style Condition Excellent vintage condition— These vintage/antique items are in original condition. They may show minimal signs of wear such as patina and/or minor traces of time and usage. Material: stoneware, ceramic Note that only one of the vases has the stamp of the manufacturer, but the other one is a known design, attributed to the designer and manufacturer --- GENERAL INFO Check out my profile for many more retro vases! I try to describe all the items as accurately and as honestly as possible, and I always include photos of the actual items. There can be naturally occurring manufacturer's defects, slight surface scratching, or wear consistent with normal use. Any condition outside normal vintage wear, like chips or cracks or serious defaults, will be noted and/or clearly visible on the photos. Most importantly: this is a transaction between a private seller and a private buyer of secondhand items, so no refunds or returns are accepted, nor any claims of guarantee or similar services, according to law.

Nr. 80897097

Verkocht
Töpferei Grootenburg Paul Dresler - Vaas (2)  - Keramiek

Töpferei Grootenburg Paul Dresler - Vaas (2) - Keramiek

Introducing a captivating pair of ceramic pitcher vases crafted by the renowned Töpferei Grootenburg. These exquisite pieces are a testament to the artistry of Paul Dresler, a visionary ceramic artist who left an indelible mark on the world of pottery.

The first pitcher vase stands at an impressive 33 cm in height, and complementing this, the second pitcher vase measures 28 cm in height.

What truly sets these vases apart is their mesmerizing marbled glaze. The interplay of vibrant fireplace red and serene turquoise, in various shades and patterns, creates a visual symphony that is both captivating and harmonious. The intentional cracks in the glossy glaze add a touch of uniqueness and intrigue to each piece, making them conversation starters in any setting.

These vases bear the prestigious bottom mark of Töpferei Grootenburg, a testament to their authenticity and heritage. The design, attributed to the illustrious Paul Dresler, reflects his innovative approach to ceramics. Dresler, born in 1879 in Siegen, honed his craft under the tutelage of Jakob Julius Scharvogel and furthered his skills at the Ceramics Technical School in Landshut.

In 1913, Paul Dresler founded the pottery company Grootenburg – Paul Dresler GmbH. This establishment primarily focused on producing decorative items, including bowls, vases, plates, candleholders, and figurines. Dresler's genius lay in his experimentation with glazes and forms, earning him recognition as one of the most innovative ceramists of his era.

Notably, the 1920s saw the development of his colourful reduction glazes, a technique that pushed the boundaries of ceramic art. In 1937, Paul Dresler's exceptional work earned him the prestigious Gold Medal at the Paris World Exhibition, solidifying his status as a master of his craft.

Even after Paul Dresler's passing in 1950, the legacy of Grootenburg pottery endured. The distinctive reduction glazes continued to grace numerous pieces, showcasing the enduring appeal and artistry of Töpferei Grootenburg.

In summary, these vases are not just decorative items; they are a testament to the legacy of Paul Dresler and the artistic excellence of Töpferei Grootenburg. Their striking design, innovative glazes, and historical significance make them a valuable addition to any collection or a remarkable centrepiece for your home. Don't miss the chance to own a piece of ceramic history. Bid now and bring home these exquisite Töpferei Grootenburg masterpieces.

Creator Paul Dresler

Assumed design era 1920 to 1949

Assumed production period 1930 to 1949

Made in Germany

Vintage, Art Deco style

Condition Excellent vintage condition— These vintage/antique items are in original condition. They may show minimal signs of wear such as patina and/or minor traces of time and usage.

Material: stoneware, ceramic

Note that only one of the vases has the stamp of the manufacturer, but the other one is a known design, attributed to the designer and manufacturer

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GENERAL INFO

Check out my profile for many more retro vases!

I try to describe all the items as accurately and as honestly as possible, and I always include photos of the actual items.

There can be naturally occurring manufacturer's defects, slight surface scratching, or wear consistent with normal use.

Any condition outside normal vintage wear, like chips or cracks or serious defaults, will be noted and/or clearly visible on the photos.

Most importantly: this is a transaction between a private seller and a private buyer of secondhand items, so no refunds or returns are accepted, nor any claims of guarantee or similar services, according to law.

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