Brutalist Studio Pottery Flowerhead Conical Shape Vase By Bernard Rooke Ceramicist
Add a unique bit of beauty to your living space with this gorgeous vintage brutalist conical vase! It's the perfect piece for the true connoisseur of the ceramic arts, with its one-of-a-kind design and large flowerhead shape, designed and crafted by renowned ceramicist Bernard Rooke. A blooming' masterpiece!
- Studio pottery conical vase in the form of a flowerhead, with applied naturalistic decorations around the sides, which gives the impression of flowing movement. It is on a stepped circular base, with Bernard Rooke company label shown on the base. A good size being 25 cm high.
- It has a wonderful surface texture to the touch and love the different colours of light blue, golden brown and off white.
- Beautifully made and so collectible and sought after.
- Bernard Rooke (born 1938) is a British artist and studio potter. Rooke has exhibited his "Brutalist" ceramics and painting both in the UK and abroad with work in many collections both public and private including the Victoria and Albert Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art, Nuffield Foundation, Paisley Museum and Art Galleries, Leicester Museum, Buckinghamshire County Museum, Röhsska Museum in Sweden and the Trondheim Kunstmuseum in Norway.
- His work has become sought after at auction houses in the UK and USA.
- Made from ceramic pottery.
- With beautiful patina.
- It would make a fabulous gift.
- Circa late 20th century.
- Condition report.
- Offered in fine used condition with some scuffs scratches wear marks and some very small minor chips in places commensurate with usage & age.
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Dimensions in centimetres approximate
Width (27.5 cm)
Depth (27.5 cm)
Width of base (13 cm)