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(#15-10-25) DIAMETER: 7" HEIGHT: 16.75"
Mid 20th Century
Large architectural matte white (bisque) porcelain Op-Art vase, created for Hutschenreuther, Germany in the 1960’s. Designed to fool the eye by creating different shadows and lines depending on the light source. The Hutschenreuther insignia appears under the glaze on the underside of the vase.
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