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This is a stunning Soholm Stentoj Denmark plate/trinket dish by Maria Philippi. This beautiful piece of Scandinavian art pottery was made in the 60's. It features a deep blue glaze (which is complimented by a speckle effect produced by the texture of the clay) and a mod geometrical pattern of rounded rectangles around the rim.

This piece is in excellent vintage condition, with minimal signs of wear. There is a small patch inside the bowl which catches the light oddly and doesn't shine like the rest of the glaze; it looks a bit rough compared to the rest of the high-gloss glaze, but it's smooth to the touch and I can't tell if it's a bit of persistent residue (I don't want to scrub at it too hard) or an irregularity in the glaze.

This dish is approx. 6" (15.2 cm) in diameter and approx. 1.2" (3 cm) tall from table to rim.

**This listing is for the dish only - no props are included.**


Shipping to AUSTRALIA is via SURFACE MAIL, with no tracking or delivery confirmation. Expected delivery within 4-8 weeks, but it can take longer.

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RESERVED - Soholm Stentoj Scandinavian Dish Maria Philippi Dark Blue Danish Pottery 60's Vintage


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
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