Mid-Century Italian Blue Ceramic Vase by Fratelli Fanciullacci (circa 1960s)
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Mid-Century Italian Ceramic Decorative Vase by Fratelli Fanciullacci (circa 1960s). Rich blue, geometric shapes, primitive animals suggestive of cave drawings and an elegant form combine for this stunning decorative vase. It will certainly transport you to the Italian Riviera of the 1960s. The piece is in good vintage condition commensurate with age. Marking on the underside: '427 Italy'. Please view the photographs accompanying this listing. Upon request a video may be provided.
About Fratelli Fanciullacci: The brothers Fanciullacci was a prolific Italian pottery, whose work is starting to become more widely known and is keenly sought amongst collectors. As a style it is hard to pin down as there were so many styles produced – on a variety of clay bodies. Also, because most records were lost in 1966 after the biggest flood of the Arno River since 1557, it is hard to identify and correspond designers or artists with a particular form. The production facility was near Florence. After the flood the company lost many of their best staff and lost the spark of creativity they once had. They ceased trading in 1988 and their best pieces are dated before 1966.
H 24 cm / 9.4"Dia 14 cm / 5.5"