An unusual and very stylish German Bauhaus attributed ceramic glazed bowl or plaque made between 1930 and 1950. The bowl is lightly hand crafted in a red terracotta earthenware and stands raised on a narrow round foot with a splayed wide round shallow body. The bowl is decorated in typical abstract Bauhaus style with a central bright red glazed ‘eye’ set between two cross over boomerang shaped designs decorated in black and brass colored metallic glazes with the whole design set against a black speckled chocolate brown glazed ground. The underside of the bowl is decorated in matt black glazes with a small hanging hole applied to the foot rim. The bowl has an indistinct hand incised makers mark to the base.
Provenance: Acquired from the UK Art Market.
In good condition with light wear associated with age and use.
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