West German Pottery Ruscha Vase



It’s probably more of an urn or ewer, but a  vase most will use it for – or a fabulous decorative piece of West German Pottery.  Ruscha were famous for the development of Fat Lava glaze in 1951.  They are also famous for a form known as 313, designed by Kurt Tschorner.  Ruscha dominated the art pottery field in the early years – post WWII, and they were joined by others in 1954.  Ruscha factory dates back to 1900 and they manufactured until 1996.  This tall ewer/vase measures 27cm in height.  No damage.