Mid Century Glazed White Porcelain Bull Vase // Cuno Fischer // Rosenthal // Bohemian Home Decor
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Extremely scarce and highly collectible glazed white porcelain bull Op art vase expertly created by famous artist Cuno Fischer for fine porcelain maker Rosenthal in West Germany.
Cuno Fischer was a painter, graphics designer, set designer, publicist and journalist. His iconic designs set the style for textile and wallpaper patterns in the 1950s.
Vase features the highly-coveted gold Studio Linie "S" at the bottom, which means the vase is an early production, special edition version.
Gorgeous bulls with pointy Mid Century style legs. Beautiful shades of orange, black, pink, purple, yellow, green, orange, aqua and white.
Cuno Fischer for Rosenthal Studio Linie
Excellent Used/Vintage Condtion with some wear to the design and unnoticeable shelf wear to the very bottom of the vase.
Listing is for one Cuno Fischer bull vase only. Photo props not included. Vases sold separately.
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- North America : 3 - 5 business days
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