Vintage 70s Rustic glazed Ceramic pitcher / jug from KNODGEN Germany


Mid Century German Pottery Ceramic vase:

  • Height – 33 cm
  • Width – 10 cm
  • Made in West Germany
  • Condition – great / signs of age may appear / few scratches on the bottom

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Vintage 70s Rustic glazed Ceramic pitcher / jug from KNODGEN Germany.

KNODGEN was founded in 1892 by Jacob Leopold Knödgen in Ransbach Germany. It was then called: ‘Erste Ransbacher Feinsteinzeug-Fabrik J.L. Knödgen’ Typical ‘Westerwald’ products were made such as beer jars, wine jugs and bowls. Between the two world wars, production was switched to ceramics for use. In 1936, Richard Knödgen took over the company. After the Second World War, the production of decorative ceramics was resumed and the range was further expanded. After 1955, mainly vases were produced that stand out because of their shape and glaze. The designers from that time are Ernst Werner (son-in-law of Richard Knödgen), Josef Koch and Edmund Peter.  During the late 1960s, the demand for decorative ceramics declined and people switched to the production of plant pots.

  • Height – 12 cm
  • Diameter – 14 cm
  • Capacity – 700 ml
  • Vintage era – 70s
  • Made in West Germany
  • Manufacturer – KNODGEN
  • Condition – great / signs of age appear / 1 scratch on the surface / a factory fault – a small air bubble on side – see images / see images
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