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Hans Coper (German/British, 1920-1981) | An early Vessel, circa 1953

Hans Coper (German/British, An early Vessel, circa 1953 - Contemporary Ceramics - 20 - 24 November 2010 - Auction Atrium

Wilhelm Kage #ceramics #pottery Never seen this before. Lovely!

Vase Designer:Wilhelm Kåge (Swedish, Manufacturer:Gustafsberg Manufactory (Swedish) Date:late Culture:Swedish Medium:Earthenware Dimensions:H.

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Monika Debus - ceramics Nice work, the surfaces are wonderful.

Hans Coper Coper would characteristically throw his work on the potter's wheel, then alter and assemble pieces by hand to achieve the finished form. Thus, although made on the wheel, his work has a sculptural quality and is non-functional. The surfaces of his pots tend to be roughly textured and coloured with oxides, especially manganese oxide. His distinctive pots take on recognizable "forms" he termed Spade, Bud, Cup, Egg, Flower and Arrow.

Hans Coper Coper would characteristically throw his work on the potter's wheel…

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