Rorstrand, Stockholm, Sweden. Group of three pieces of Swedish mid-century modern art pottery all designed by Carl Harry Stalhane (Swedish, 1920-1990) and marked with his initials and the Rorstrand company mark along the underside, including one small vase in dark blue glaze, marked "SAF" along the underside; one larger vase in hare's fur glaze, marked "CEB" along the underside, formerly part of the collection of Marion Nelson, an art professor at the University of Minnesota; and one bowl in a mottled dark blue-green matte glaze, marked "CER" along the underside.Dish; height: 1 1/2 in x diameter: 8 1/2 in. Small vase; height: 4 3/4 in x diameter: 3 1/2 in. Large vase; height: 6 1/2 in x diameter: 6 in.
No visible cracks, chips, or losses. No visible signs of restoration under UV light. No visible chips to the rim or footrim. Very light wear throughout, consistent with age and use. Throughout all three items, there are a few minute scattered areas with adhesive residue that are fluorescent under UV light, which can be easily cleaned. Light wear along the underside, consistent with use and age. Along the upper-side of the plate, there are networks of surface bubbles; however, it appears to be an original glazing flaw. Along the rim of the plate, there is very light crazing, only visible under UV light.
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