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Anthropomorphic vase. Hand-turned in red clay with applications. Double-faced decoration applied by brush in white zinc, blue and green glaze. Year of production 1964. Re-edition in 2008. Limited Edition 199 pieces. H 36 cm - Width 13 cm.


The historic Bitossi Ceramics factory first presented a figure-shaped vase in 1964, the year in which the then artistic director Aldo Londi created this anthropomorphic sculpture with light-hearted features. In the 2000s, the company, a leader in the ceramic processing sector, proposed a series of reissues from the Aldo Londi historical archive, including that of a figure-shaped vase from 2008. Hand-turned in red clay with applications, with a two-faced brushed decoration in white, blue and green enamel, this product, as well as being a vase, is a unique piece of furniture, able to add personality to any kind of setting. Perfect as an addition to a desk or a bookcase, the Vase in the shape of a figure is available in a limited edition of only one hundred and ninety-nine exemplars. It is one of the many products of Italian premium quality chosen for the exclusive Emporio Treccani showcase.  

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Technical characteristics:
  • - anthropomorphic vase
  • - hand turned in red clay with applications
  • - two-faced brush-like decoration in white, zinc, blue and green enamel
  • - dimensions ø 13 x 36 cm
  • - year of production 1964, reissue 2008
  • - limited edition 199 pieces
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