Set of 12 1940s/1950s Paul Dresler Ceramic Pots & Jugs

Set of 12 ceramic art earthenware pots, jugs and vases designed by Paul Dresler (1879-1950) who founded the Grootenburg Töpferei Studio in Germany during 1913. Dressler made a name for himself with his famous reduction glazes and earned himself a medal at the Paris Exhibition in the process. All the pieces are in good vintage condition with one repair to the jug, which I've tried to show in the images, a chip on the base of another (non visible) and some wear to the glaze only recognisable by touch.  . Made by hand and not only beautiful in their design and form but also useful and functional.  An incised webbing. A Grootenburg pottery mark is pressed into each vase.  Some more visible than others.  Some of the pots have been used for their original use.

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Various sizes.

Handled Jug: H: 29cm Body Diameter: 20cm

Very Large Handled Pot Dimensions: W: 28cm D:23cm H: 20cm

Tall Hole Handled Jug: H: 33cm Body Diameter: 13cm

Wall Hanging Planter with a hole in the handle: H: 15.5cm W: 19.5cm D: 19cm

Two Handled Planter: W: 18cm D: 16cm H: 13.5cm

Planter with Orange on the base of the inside: Diameter: 17cm H: 14cm

Planter with Orange Rim: Diameter: 17cm H: 14cm

Planter: W: 18.5cm D: 17.5cm H: 14.5cm

Small Square Turquoise Bowl: H: 7.5cm D: 10cm W: 10cm

Two Handled Cup: W: 13cm D: 10cm H: 8.5cm

Planter: W: 17cm H: 14.5cm

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