ES Keramik 683
Description: This version of the ES Keramik shape 683 features a mottled, slightly textured glaze with a hand painted band with geometric designs. Date is circa 1960. (Beginning in 1960 or 61, ES gave handled items a number in the 800 series, so this changed to shape 883 after that time.)
Condition: excellent with no damage and no repairs. Of course, all our sales are fully guaranteed.
Form Number: 683
Height is about 9".
Price: $195 plus shipping/insurance.
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