(Cats and batteries not included.)
Waldershof: This Op-Art porcelain vase was made by Waldershof in W. Germany, circa 1970. This version captures several aesthetic aspects from that era, particularly with the mix of textures. The all-white versions of German porcelain are currently best known, largely due to a surge in popularity around 2005, but most forms were also done in some intriguing color combinations, such as these highlights of green and silver. (Waldershof Porcelain closed in 1977.)
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