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Carl-Harry Stålhane Hare's Fur Vessel: Rörstrand, 1950s

Carl-Harry Stålhane Hare's Fur Vessel: Rörstrand, 1950s

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This small stoneware pitcher crafted by Carl-Harry Stålhane showcases his proficiency in ancient glaze techniques with this amazing hare's fur pattern - an oil-spot glaze that magically darkens from brown to black at the base & rim. Absolutely fantastic & highly collectible. 

3.25" Diameter x 7.25" H

Carl-Harry Stålhane is a prominent figure in Mid-century Scandinavian Ceramics, having served as the artistic director of Rörstrand from 1950 to 1973. His stoneware vases from the 1950s are known for their sheer and elegant design, with speckled eggshell and hare-fur glazes in subdued tones. These highly sought-after pieces are frequently featured in international interiors and collections.  Stålhane's artistic contributions are displayed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

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