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Mid-Century Danish Stoneware Vase by Einar Johansen for Soholm

Mid-Century Danish Stoneware Vase by Einar Johansen for Soholm - <span class="node-unpublished">Einar Johansen</span> - <span class="node-unpublished">Soholm</span>

About

This large vase is made of stoneware and features ceramic glazing in various tones of blue. It was designed by Einar Johansen and was produced in Denmark by Soholm. Søholm was founded in 1835, in Rønne, Bornholm which is famous for its pottery and fine ceramics, making it one of the oldest ceramic factories on Bornholm, until its closure in 1996. Danish ceramic artist, Einar Johansen was employed at Søholm from 1958 - 1966. He designed and created a wide range of stoneware, where his “blue series” is highly sought after today among collectors.


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PRODUCT DETAILS

Designer(s)
Producer
Period
Country of origin
Denmark
Materials
Ceramic
Colors
Blue
Current location of the item
Germany

Dimensions & weight

Width
17
cm
Height
41
cm
Weight
7
kg
Depth
17
cm
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