Hutschenreuther (West Germany) 5" Porcelain Vase
Porcelain (aka porzellan) and Germany have a long history, with some successful manufacturers still in production today, producing classic and timeless porcelain pieces.
Across the mid-century era however porcelain production boomed, with a number of players hitting the market, flooding consumers with an extensive range of products.
Companies in the field across this period included Rieber, KPM, Kaiser, Heinrich, Scherzer and Bareuther to name a few.
The company started production in 1814, established by Carolus Magnus Hutschenreuther in the Bavarian town of Hohenburg an der Eger. He employed artists, craftsmen and sculptors from all over continental Europe.
Dimensions: 13cm (5") tall x 10cm wide x 4.5cm deep
Condition: Great to excellent vintage condition with no wear that we can see. This piece was produced in the 1960s, based on the backstamp used at this time.