Gin-For's Odditiques

Jasba Vase 101

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Jasba Vase 101, first view

Jasba Vase 101; description, purchase info below.

Jasba vase 101, bottom photo

Jasba vase 101, Detail Jasba vase 101, second view

Description, Buying, and Such Things

Description: This Jasba vase likely dates to the late 1950s, still showing the coloring of much pre-war pottery but with the gold rim made popular by Carstens. The glaze seems rather simple but to me captures a soft abstract version of a forest scene with the vertical lines suggesting waterfalls and the green horizontal lines suggesting treetops and grass.

Height on this vase is about 10".

Condition: is excellent with no damage and no repairs.

Price: is $65 plus shipping/insurance

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