Pierced vase with superimposed glaze by Rogier Vandeweghe for Amphora Sint Andries Bruges Belgium.

Hand-thrown earthenware vase covered with multi-layered red/selenium glaze by Rogier Vandeweghe for Amphora c.1962. While today generally considered a boring shape, in terms of throwing, the straight-up cilinder is the most difficult shape to execute.

Lit. Fontier J. Keramiek in Vlaanderen.Tielt 1986. – Juwet W./Mariën-Dugardin A.-M. Keramiek in België ’45’60. Lier 1981. – Heiremans M. Art ceramics, pioneers in Flanders 1938-1978. Stuttgart 2006. – Heiremans M. Amphora-Rogier Vandeweghe ceramics 1957-1975. (Illustrated p.123). Stuttgart 2019. Verkeyn M. Rogier Vandeweghe – Amphora keramiek 1948-1983. Torhout 2007.
Model exhibited at the Amphora Kunstkeramiek en Glaswerk in Bruges Belgium in 1962.

Designer: Vandeweghe Rogier (1923-2020)Manufacturer: Amphora Sint Andries Brugge BelgiumSubject: Pierced cilindrical red selenium vase.Period: 1962Dimensions: H.35,5 x 12 cm. (H.14.2 x 4.8 inch)Condition: Excellent conditionSignature: UnmarkedPrice: 1.250,00 

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