Vase by Noomi Backhausen and Poul Brandborg for Søholm Stentøj, Denmark
1970's Scandinavian ceramic vase. Glazed by Noomi Backhausen with form by Poul Brandborg for Søholm Stentøj, Denmark.
A beautifully hand crafted Mid Century stoneware vase in earthy tones of brown and cream with subtle green hues. The bold, abstract style and rustic qualities are very typical of this era but this is a unique piece directly hand painted by Backhausen and no two designs will be identical.
This impressive vase is part of the Erika series for Søholm on Denmark's island of Bornholm, a place that was and is at the heart of Danish ceramic excellence.
Maker: Noomi Backhausen / Poul Brandborg for Søholm Stentøj. Backstamp: Maker stamp Materials: Ceramic Stoneware Period: 1970s Country of origin: Denmark
Dimensions: H. 20 cm x W. 16 cm
Condition: Excellent vintage condition. Please review all photographs as they form part of our description of sale.
Details: Noomi Backhausen (B. 1938 – 2011) created work for Søholm Pottery from 1966 until 1990. Søholm Ceramics of Bornholm is one of Denmark's most renowned Mid Century producers and their Stentøj (Stoneware) ranges from the 1960s onwards. Highly collectable and durable, they retain the quality of form and glaze.
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