Kalmar Pottery (Australia) Ceramic Head Wall Plaques | Models H1 and H2 | Circa 1960s *RARE FIND*

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Kalmar Pottery were produced by migrants Julius and Irene Kalmar of Hungary from the early 1950's to mid 1960's. Their first factory was at Lakemba, NSW and they later moved to Punchbowl.

They are renowned for their stunning lustreware pieces - various vases and ornaments with a stunning coloured, lustre finish.


THIS LISTING:

We're excited to be able to offer this incredible set; a pair or ceramic wall plaques, of two beautiful women.

These stunning pieces of circa 1960s ceramics are in excellent vintage condition, with no wear to mention. They are chip and crack free, the colours are bright and shiny, and as a plus - they both have their original brass earrings still intact. They are marked H1 and H2 respectively on the reverse side.

A sensational pair - would absolutely complete a wonderful wall space in a mid-century inspired set up at home.

Both measure approx 21cm long x 16cm wide.

Sold as a set.