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About the design
P17 vase by Michael Andersen & Son in the 1930s.
It is a vase made in ceramics with a voluptuous shaped body, narrowing into a neck to end with a rounded collar and a charming sprout. On the side it features a curved handle, making it mimic a pitcher. It is covered with a beautiful Persia glazing in gray and turquoise going on aged-copper-green nuances in an almost pixilated pattern, revealing a dusty rose underneath.
Hallmarked with the stamp of Michael Andersen & Søn and numbered P17. Please see the photos!
The Persia glazing technique was created by Daniel Folkmann Andersen (one of fours sons of the founder Jens Michael Andersen) in the early 1930s. At the World Exhibition in Brussels, in 1935, Daniel Folkmann Andersen won the gold medal for this new glazing technique, and thus emphasizing the Pottery’s position as one of leading in creative and innovative ceramic design, in Denmark.
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Meet the Designer
Einar Johansen was a Danish ceramicist, who trained as a painter at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, but later changed his mind and became a pottery maker. He had his own pottery in the period 1935-1958. He was employed at Søholm in …
Originally produced by
ABO Randers A/S was a small lighting company, situated in Aalestrup, near Randers, in Jutland. It was founded in the late 1960s, and mainly based on one product idea – the successful Ball magnet wall lamp, originally designed by Benny Frandsen. The gen …