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WÜRTZ Ceramics Contemporary Grey-Patterned Glazed Stoneware Vase - Mollaris.com
WÜRTZ Ceramics Contemporary Grey-Patterned Glazed Stoneware Vase - Mollaris.com
WÜRTZ Ceramics Contemporary Grey-Patterned Glazed Stoneware Vase - Mollaris.com
WÜRTZ Ceramics Contemporary Grey-Patterned Glazed Stoneware Vase - Mollaris.com
WÜRTZ Ceramics Contemporary Grey-Patterned Glazed Stoneware Vase - Mollaris.com

WÜRTZ Ceramics Contemporary Grey-Patterned Glazed Stoneware Vase

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A beautiful Würtz studio vase with an abstract dark and grey patterned glaze, made in Denmark. The vase is marked with the Würtz hallmark.

Condition: The vase is in excellent condition, with some scuff marks and age related patina.

Dimensions: The vase is 24cm tall (approx. 9 3/5 inches).

About Würtz: Aage and Kasper Würtz are an internationally sought-after father and son team of studio ceramists. While their location is Horsens, Denmark, a provincial town on the Jutland mainland, they are becoming known far and wide for their hand-thrown, hand-glazed designs — most notably the crockery they produce for a growing number of New Nordic and other contemporary gourmet restaurants around the world — from Noma and Amass in Copenhagen to Törst and Luksus in Brooklyn. Produced under the K.H. Würtz trademark, Würtz ceramics — typically made of stoneware, occasionally of porcelain — possess a leading-edge 21st century aesthetic, yet each piece is created completely by hand, using mostly ancient wheel-turning and glazing methods. Würtz tableware, in particular, exhibits certain signature characteristics, such as an assured inner-outer ratio, a subtle concavity even in the flattest dinner plates, unexpected rims, moody colorations, random flecked and mottled surface effects, and a robust heft that makes each piece a delight to hold in the hand. All in all, the Würtz style is simultaneously contemporary in design and archaic in the crafting. It’s been described as timeless but is also future-oriented in the way it supersedes both heavily floral traditional fine china dinner sets and early 21st century minimalist white faience.


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