Artist: Rudi Stahl
Description: this set of two vases was designed by the ceramist Rudi Stahl in the 50s in Germany (signature below, picture n°5). The two narrow-necked vases are made of ceramic. Natural colors, their design is very brutalist.
Forming a nice duo, it can also be complemented by other accessories from the Galerie44 collection to form a unique and harmonious set to place on an entrance console table or on a sideboard.
Condition: this product is in good vintage condition.
Restoration: this product has not been restored.
Large model: height: 24 cm - Diameter: 11,5 cm
Small model: height: 13,5 cm - Diameter: 9 cm
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