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Offline rocco

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Dark purplish-blue mould blown vase with textured surface.
Polished and beveled rim. 16 cm high, 9 cm x 10.5 cm wide.

The first two candidates I thought of were Lindshammar (Christer Sjögren), or Wiesenthalhütte (Klaus Breit; they did have colour rather similar to this >> Link). But I couldn't find a match...

Any ideas?

Thanks!
Michael


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A gentle bump :)


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I vote Wiesenthal, the underside is just like mine. And I know from Astrid that not all shapes and sizes made it to the catalogue.
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Thank you, Ivo!

Michael


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Colour should be polarblau then I think.  :)
"Those are my principles. If you don't like them I have others." - Groucho Marx

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Thanks Dirk!
Wiesenthalhütte invented some great names for their colours.
(still love my slab vase in "Spektralgelb" ;D)

Michael


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 ;D not to mention their hornhautumbra and blutergussmauve  ;D :pb:
"Those are my principles. If you don't like them I have others." - Groucho Marx

...working on it...
https://picasaweb.google.com/108140812446658939096


 

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