Danish Haresfur Stoneware Vase By Ellen Madsen For Lee Keramik, 1970s

Danish Haresfur Stoneware Vase By Ellen Madsen For Lee Keramik, 1970s

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Haresfur glazed beauty with an abstract motif in an elongated ovoid shape. This unique stoneware vase was designed by danish artist Ellen Madsen and manufactured in her studio Lee Keramik in Denmark during the 1970s. Ellen Madsen designed together with Ole Bøgild several lamp bases for Le Klint during the 70s and 80s. Ellen, in particular, was, like Palshus and Saxbo, inspired by the Swedish masters Stahlhane, Nylund and Lindberg. The subtle softness of the hare's fur technique is a testimony of this.

This vintage item has no defects, but it may show slight traces of use.

Light wear consistent with age and use.

Additional dimensions information:

Diameter 11 cm


W11.0 x H21.0 x D11.0 cm



Wear condition



Ellen Madsen


Lee Keramik

Date of manufacture


Place of origin



Mid 20th Century


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