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Author Topic: And while I'm at it, Ripple Vase, Scandinavian?  (Read 792 times)

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Offline Gill

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And while I'm at it, Ripple Vase, Scandinavian?
« on: April 04, 2009, 12:41:06 PM »
This is a really nice little vase I think.  Measures about 15cms height.  Looks much nicer in the flesh, especially the rippled bit around the base.  Can't see any marks.  Reminds me a bit of some pieces I've seen by Tapio Wirrkala shapewise.  Probably isn't.  Does has a terrific ding though and rings if you run a fingernail over the ridges, ( as you do).  Can anyone help with ID please?

Still intending to show off my huge collection of Aseda dog bone vases when I get round to it.

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