It is a very attractive piece of vintage Danish Royal Copenhagen pottery. It is a great piece for display in a Scandinavian-inspired mid-century interior.
It is a lovely vase designed by Kari Christensen (1938 – 1997) and is part of the Tenera range (Pattern No. 427)
Christensen was a leading Norwegian ceramic artist She studied at the National College of Art and Design, Oslo between 1956 and 1961. Between 1961 and 1965 she was employed as a designer at the Alumina factory (Royal Copenhagen) where she was one of a group of six young designers who worked on the Tenera range developed by the then art director Nils Thorsson.
In 1967 she set up her own studio in Oslo. She was also a visiting lecturer at the National College of Art and Design.
It is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. Have taken lots of images for your inspection.
Dimensions: Height is 8 3/4 inches. The width is 8 inches and the depth is 4 inches.
The weight unpacked is 1 kg
These fine vases are now very collectable and this is reflected in my asking price.
Postage in the UK will be capped at £4.95 for this piece. It will be sent to you with Parcelforce48 to keep it safe in transit. This will be applied at checkout.