Elchinger two-tone vase free form of the 50s / signed / Fernand Elchinger / vintage / Mid-Century / France / French ceramics

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Vintage from the 1950s




Height: 15 Centimeters; Width: 15 Centimeters; Depth: 6 Centimeters

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This two-coloured yellow and black vase by Fernand Elchinger from the 50s is an iconic reference to his years when artists work in free form and produce sculptural objects.

Ceramics Elchinger" is a family business established in Soufflenheim, Alsace in 1834. Since that time, generations have followed one another and offer a production as varied as avant-garde. Léon Elchinger (1871-1942) will mark the spirits with artistic sandpicks as well as magnificent Art Nouveau and Art Deco pottery, with magnificent colours and brilliance. Less well known than the Chambost, Ruelland, Jouve and Capron, Fernand Elchinger ( 1911-1975) will be one of the great mid-century ceramists. We are a fan of his productions free forms, vases "handkerchief" and especially games of contrast between deep blacks and yellows,
bright reds or greens!

Ceramics, matte black exterior and shiny yellow interior

Craft manufacturing / artist's signature / collector's item / 50s / France / Mid-Century / decoration / 20th century

Circa 1950

Height: 15 cm
Length: 15 cm
Width: 6 cm
Weight: 270g

Excellent condition

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