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Reduced For a Limited Time. Was $275, Now $235.

Martin Freyer was a talented painter and designer, who worked for Rosenthal from 1964 to 1974. His most important and famous design is the VW emblem for Volkswagen.

This heavy and beautiful vase is made from the finest matte white Rosenthal porcelain. The vase features an amazing abstract geometric/tribal pattern on all sides with a great modern, square shape.


c. 1960s

Almost 12" h by 4.5" d

Matte White Porcelain

Excellent Vintage Condition

Martin Freyer Design for Rosenthal, Germany

Listing is for Martin Freyer vase only. Vases sold separately, but they do look great together!

Mid Century Matte White Tribal Abstract Geometric Porcelain Vase Martin Freyer for Rosenthal

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: matte white porcelain, glazed porcelain, german porcelain, west germany, modernism, floor vase, vintage home decor, danish modern teak, organic vase, geometric vase, tribal home decor, 60s home decor, mad men office
  • Feedback: 76 reviews
  • Ships from Florida, United States to select countries.
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