WGP 7274 Karlsruher Dish Price
$95.00 USD Condition
Pottery – West German – Handle Dish Availability
In Stock 1 Item #
PYH – 4197 Description
This striking large, low bowl was made in the 1960’s by Karlsruher Majolika Manufaktur in Karlsruhe, West Germany. The company began in 1901 and is still in business. This piece was designed by Friedgard Glatzle; she worked there from 1951 to 1980, designing more than 1200 models. (more…)
With its geometric shapes and streamlined, Cubist form, this small box epitomizes the Art Deco era. It is made of off-white china and swirled with green, brown and rust to convincingly mimic marble. The stamp on the bottom of the box is in green under the glaze and consists of the name Moriyama in script curved over a basket of flowers with the words Made in Japan in capital block letters underneath it.
This mark was one of two used by the famed Moriyama Pottery Company, located in the
Shizuoka prefecture in Japan. The company was started in 1911; this piece dates prior to World
War II. It is about 4 ½ inches tall to the top of the knob on the lid. The lid is about 3 ½ inches square and at its widest point (from the outer edge of one leg to the other) measures 5 inches.