A modular system from 1960s Germany, designed by Caesar Stoffi for BMF Nagel, the design is from 'the Space Age ' movement, collectable and iconic. Build a tower, molecular shapes or use them individually...too many options to photograph! Made in polishable plated nickel. There are nine triangular sections (11x11x11x7cm high) and the pillar is 20.5cm high.
A design classic from Hornsea pottery from the 1960s, Tanglewood was designed by John Clappison and produced from 1964-65. It has a satin glaze in dark olive/charcoal, almost black in some light, with an incised/scraffito linear design around the base. The taller vase is 355mm high, medium size 295mm, and smaller one is 185mm high. All in excellent condition.
Ref: EM0782, EM0783, EM0784
EM782 An interesting coffee pot using the breakthrough material of the day - Pyrex. The pot is in good condition and comes with a warming stand which takes a tea light candle for that intimate dinner party...worth the money to impress the guests! With original packaging .
EM0783 The classic Cathrineholm Lotus design coffee pot in blue and white enamel. Designed in Norway by Grete Prytz Kittelsen in the 1950s. Condition is very good.
EM0784 Stelton Vacuum jug in ABS plastic and glass. 1 litre. Designed by Eric Magnussen in 1977 and a graphic, minimalist classic. Spare packaged liner.
The classic stoneware set in a dark olive matt glaze, Chevron was designed by Denby in 1962. The set comprises Six medium plates, six small, four cups, four saucers, a tea pot, large and small cream/milk jugs, a lidded butter dish, sugar bowl, salt and pepper pots and a mustard pot. Condition is hardly used so very good.
The Chevron design classic 60's coffee set in dark olive green matt glazed stoneware and designed by Denby in 1962. The set has a magnificent coffee pot (340mm tall), six coffee cups with saucers, a milk jug, sugar bowl and six small cake plates. All in very good, hardly used, condition.