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This ad includes three (3) vases of the same manufacturer, the luxurious porcelain factory Luisenburg. All vases are with a similar glaze of brown tones and of iconic designs of the time, 1970s, and in a very good to excellent vintage condition. The mixture of styles creates a very contemporary landscape, while the unanimous glaze encourages harmony - and above all, the finest quality delivered by one of Germany's best porcelain brands. Vase 1. The vintage German Brutalist Ceramic Calabash Vase by Heinrich Fuchs for Luisenburg is a striking example of mid-century design. This unique piece showcases the bold aesthetics and rugged elegance associated with the Brutalist style. Crafted in Germany by the renowned manufacturer Luisenburg, this vase bears the distinctive touch of creator Heinrich Fuchs, known for his innovative designs during this period. With its earthy tones of brown and green, the vase stands at an impressive height of 26 cm, with a diameter of 17 cm. Despite its age, this vintage item is in very good condition, with only minor signs of wear and a beautiful patina that adds to its charm. The attribution mark on the piece further enhances its authenticity and value. The Brutalist movement, which emerged in the mid-20th century, sought to celebrate raw materials and showcase their inherent qualities. Brutalist design often features bold geometric forms and a sense of weightiness, as exemplified by this ceramic calabash vase. As the name suggests, the vase draws inspiration from the organic shape of a calabash gourd, combining it with the industrial aesthetic of Brutalism. This fusion results in a captivating piece that embodies the spirit of its era. Vintage ceramics like this Calabash Vase are highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts alike. Their enduring appeal lies in their ability to seamlessly blend into modern interiors while adding a touch of nostalgia. The slight traces of use and patina, both consistent with its age, only enhance the vase's charm and authenticity. As an exquisite artefact from the mid-century era, this German Brutalist Ceramic Calabash Vase by Heinrich Fuchs for Luisenburg serves as a testament to the artistic and design ingenuity of its time. Creator: Heinrich Fuchs Manufacturer: Luisenburg Design Period: 1960 to 1969 Country of Manufacture: Germany This piece has an attribution mark Style: Mid-Century, Brutalist Detailed Condition: Very Good — This vintage item has no significant defects, but it may show slight traces of use. Light wear/patina consistent with age and use. Materials: Ceramic Colour: Brown, green Height: 26 cm Diameter: 17 cm https://www.pamono.eu/vintage-german-brutalist-ceramic-vase-1960s Vase 2. From designer Hans Achtziger, the "Theatre Curtain" vase, 1970. Inspired by the grandeur of the theatre, the vase captures the elegance and movement of draped curtains. Meticulously crafted by skilled artisans, the vase showcases elegance, evoking the opulence of a gala performance. H 21 cm W 9 cm D 6 cm very good original vintage condition, no cracks or hairlines. Some wear consistent with normal usage and traces of time are inevitable. Vase 3. Pattern of leaves relief H 24 cm OpD 7 cm Di 8-11 cm very good original vintage condition. Some wear consistent with normal usage and traces of time is inevitable. 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. 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.

Nr. 81531957

Niet meer beschikbaar
Luisenburg Heinrich Fuchs & Hans Achtziger - Vaas (3) -  Kalebas & Theatergordijn  - Keramiek

Luisenburg Heinrich Fuchs & Hans Achtziger - Vaas (3) - Kalebas & Theatergordijn - Keramiek

This ad includes three (3) vases of the same manufacturer, the luxurious porcelain factory Luisenburg. All vases are with a similar glaze of brown tones and of iconic designs of the time, 1970s, and in a very good to excellent vintage condition. The mixture of styles creates a very contemporary landscape, while the unanimous glaze encourages harmony - and above all, the finest quality delivered by one of Germany's best porcelain brands.


Vase 1.


The vintage German Brutalist Ceramic Calabash Vase by Heinrich Fuchs for Luisenburg is a striking example of mid-century design.

This unique piece showcases the bold aesthetics and rugged elegance associated with the Brutalist style. Crafted in Germany by the renowned manufacturer Luisenburg, this vase bears the distinctive touch of creator Heinrich Fuchs, known for his innovative designs during this period.


With its earthy tones of brown and green, the vase stands at an impressive height of 26 cm, with a diameter of 17 cm. Despite its age, this vintage item is in very good condition, with only minor signs of wear and a beautiful patina that adds to its charm. The attribution mark on the piece further enhances its authenticity and value.


The Brutalist movement, which emerged in the mid-20th century, sought to celebrate raw materials and showcase their inherent qualities. Brutalist design often features bold geometric forms and a sense of weightiness, as exemplified by this ceramic calabash vase. As the name suggests, the vase draws inspiration from the organic shape of a calabash gourd, combining it with the industrial aesthetic of Brutalism. This fusion results in a captivating piece that embodies the spirit of its era.


Vintage ceramics like this Calabash Vase are highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts alike. Their enduring appeal lies in their ability to seamlessly blend into modern interiors while adding a touch of nostalgia. The slight traces of use and patina, both consistent with its age, only enhance the vase's charm and authenticity. As an exquisite artefact from the mid-century era, this German Brutalist Ceramic Calabash Vase by Heinrich Fuchs for Luisenburg serves as a testament to the artistic and design ingenuity of its time.


Creator: Heinrich Fuchs

Manufacturer: Luisenburg

Design Period: 1960 to 1969

Country of Manufacture: Germany

This piece has an attribution mark

Style: Mid-Century, Brutalist

Detailed Condition: Very Good — This vintage item has no significant defects, but it may show slight traces of use. Light wear/patina consistent with age and use.

Materials: Ceramic

Colour: Brown, green

Height: 26 cm

Diameter: 17 cm


https://www.pamono.eu/vintage-german-brutalist-ceramic-vase-1960s


Vase 2.


From designer Hans Achtziger, the "Theatre Curtain" vase, 1970. Inspired by the grandeur of the theatre, the vase captures the elegance and movement of draped curtains. Meticulously crafted by skilled artisans, the vase showcases elegance, evoking the opulence of a gala performance.


H 21 cm

W 9 cm

D 6 cm


very good original vintage condition, no cracks or hairlines. Some wear consistent with normal usage and traces of time are inevitable.


Vase 3.


Pattern of leaves relief


H 24 cm

OpD 7 cm

Di 8-11 cm


very good original vintage condition. Some wear consistent with normal usage and traces of time is inevitable. 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.

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.

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