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(NOTE: Items in the gallery are things we've had in the past and are no longer for sale.  For currently available items, check the listings in the left hand column.)
Information About W. German pottery:
Introduction to Lava, Volcanic Glazes on West German Pottery

Collecting West German Pottery

West German Pottery Marks, Companies, Designers

Thoughts About Values of West German Pottery

West German Pottery Research Gallery

W. German Pottery News and Updates

Videos
Pages in the identification (already sold) gallery are in alphabetical order by company.  Click on any of these links to go directly to that section, or take it one at a time: 
Bay;   Carstens and Ceramano;   Dümler & Breiden and ES Keramik;   Gramann and Grootenberg/Dressler (including Uhlemeyer);  Hutschenreuther/Ilkra/Jasba/JopekoKarlsruhe/Keramag/Kiechle/Koerting/Marzi & Remy;   Otto/P-Keramik/Roth;   Ruscha;   Sawa/Eiwa/Wekara (grouped because they're similar styles);   Scheurich;(<You are here.)  Schaeffenacker/Schlossberg/Steuler;   Ü-Keramik/Uhlemeyer

Education and Research Page for Scheurich



Scheurich Shape 200



Scheurich Shape 205




Scheurich Form 263:  Kosmos decor




Scheurich Shape 275
Although this is the second, later, version of 275 it's more collectible than the earlier version because it has better propotions and can be found in a wider range of glazes.  It can be found with either a smooth or hammered surface.



Scheurich Shape 401




Scheurich Shape 517
This shape was often used for floor vases.




Scheurich Shape 532




Scheurich Shape 284




Scheurich Shape 242






Scheurich Shape 201
Since the Scheurich name appears as part of the mark, this vase is dated to the later part of the collectible era.




Scheurich Shape 206
You'll find a very wide variety of variations on this form, but 206 may be the most refined.




Scheurich Shape 267



Scheurich Shape 282
This fossil decor is named Jura. The foamy red over black glaze is the most common but still highly collectible because it works so well.


Scheurich Shape 427




Scheurich Shape 520




Scheurich Shape 549




Scheurich Shape 523




Scheurich Shape 281
Special Note on a Late Scheurich Mark

This embossed three-circle mark appears to have been introduced in the mid to late 1980s and used into the 90s.  Some pieces will still show the "W." even after reunification until the molds were either redesigned or discontinued.  While Scheurich did do some interesting glazes during that time period, much of the work is of lesser interest compared to the previous decades.  Since they are more recent, I suggest being especially picky even with the nicer glazes.  Most of the work from this era should be priced strictly for its utilitarian value with no expectation that it will ever become collectible.





Scheurich Shape 217




Scheurich Shape 269
The form name is Wien or Vienna, found with various glazes and sizes, known in an enormous 65cm (about 25 1/2") version.




Scheurich Shape 285
This is the Amsterdam decor.  (Sometimes called Onion or Sliced Onion by collectors, but now that the company name is known, it's time to stick to that term.)


Scheurich Shape 428, part of the Wien (Vienna) series.




Scheurich Shape 529




Scheurich Shape 553
Shapes 507, 517, and 553 were all classic forms with especially clean lines.  They worked especially well as floor vases.




Scheurich Shape 203
This distinctly colored volcanic glaze identifies items as Scheurich even when shape numbers are obscured.
Pages in the identification (already sold) gallery are in alphabetical order by company.  Click on any of these links to go directly to that section, or take it one at a time: 
Bay;   Carstens and Ceramano;   Dümler & Breiden and ES Keramik;   Gramann and Grootenberg/Dressler (including Uhlemeyer);  Hutschenreuther/Ilkra/Jasba/JopekoKarlsruhe/Keramag/Kiechle/Koerting/Marzi & Remy;   Otto/P-Keramik/Roth;   Ruscha;   Sawa/Eiwa/Wekara (grouped because they're similar styles);   Scheurich;(<You are here.)  Schaeffenacker/Schlossberg/Steuler;   Ü-Keramik/Uhlemeyer

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Information About W. German pottery:


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W. German Pottery News and Updates

Ruscha Catalog

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