Erhard Goschala Bauhaus White & Blue Crystalline Glaze Chimney Ceramic Vase, 1960s 70s, Very Rare

Erhard Goschala Bauhaus White & Blue Crystalline Glaze Chimney Ceramic Vase, 1960s 70s, Very Rare

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This exquisite work of Bauhaus inspired Modernist design is a very rare piece by Erhard Goschala (b. 1928 - d. 2003) of Meuselwitz, Germany.

Goschala's style was focused on surface design through extraordinary glazes and throughout his life, he remained connected to Bauhaus design with symmetrical shapes and crystalline glazes. However, producing crystalline glazes at the time was problematic, due to difficulty in acquiring raw materials in the GDR and is what makes this piece a particularly rare find.

The base glaze of this piece is a semi-matte white upon which the Azure blue crystalline glaze flows onto. The neck of the vase is a lightly metallic black that intersperses as an espresso brown into the blue.

Overall, this stunning piece which would suit a room inspired by themes of Art Deco, Modernist or even Industrial decor.

Additional dimensions information:

11 cm in diameter


W11.0 x H13.0 x D11.0 cm



Wear condition


Date of manufacture


Place of origin



Mid 20th Century


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