Handcrafted in the mid-20th century, this exquisite stoneware vase bear the distinctive mark of Søholm Stentøj. Produced by the renowned Danish company Soholm Stentoj on the picturesque island of Bornholm, this vase capture the essence of the era's artistic sensibilities.
The vase exhibit a captivating graphic pattern composed of horizontally arranged rhomboid shapes with circles inside. Crafted from stoneware and adorned with a delicate light blue ceramic glaze on top of a brown glaze, this vase exude a timeless charm.
Søholm Stentøj, or Soholm Stoneware, boasts a rich history dating back to the early 17th century on Bornholm, Denmark's pottery and ceramics hub. Established in 1835 by Herman Sonne Wolffsen and Edvard Christian Sonne in Rønne, Bornholm, this venerable ceramic factory remained in operation until its closure in 1996.
The name "Søholm" originated from the founders' earlier employment at a faience factory near Copenhagen from 1828 to 1839, with a lease taken in 1834. Throughout its existence, Søholm produced an extensive array of stoneware, showcasing various designs and forms.
Height: 15,8 cm
Diameter: 9,5 cm
Good, wear consistent with the age. There are a few small (about 1 mm) bursted bubbles in the glaze. See pictures.