Jan van der vaart, attributed, rare geometric vase


Stunning and rare vase, attributed by Jan van der Vaart. Jan van der Vaart is one of the most influential Dutch ceramists of the 20th century, known as founder of the abstract-geometric ceramics in the Netherlands.This vase with its sleek torsion body a great example of this continuous search for new and interesting forms, playing with optical illusions. The vase comes directly from the family of the artist and is likely to be a unique prototype. Marked: this piece is unmarked



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“vase”, unsigned

| DIMENSIONS    h 25 cm w 6,5 cm d 6,5 cm
| PERIOD   1970s
| PLACE OF ORIGIN   The Netherlands
| PROVENANCE   private collection, NL
| MATERIALS   clay, black glazing
| CONDITION    in good vintage condition
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Please note: This is a unique vintage item and has trace of use/storage and may have cracks/loss of paint.
Artworks are hard to photograph, we tried to get the colors to match the actual artwork. However, some differences may occur. Please take a close look to the photos.

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