Mdina glass ‘Helter Skelter’ vase by Michael Harris, Malta circa 1970’s

This is a beautiful Mdina art glass vase in a fiery red Volcano / Helter Skelter decor by Michael Harris, Malta circa 1970’s.

A fantastic design, very different from Midna’s usual natural Mediterranean inspired work. The tapered body has a wide flat disk rim and thick applied strapping, wrapping around the body in an undulating ‘Helter Skelter’ style. All in a vibrant cased glass with fiery red swirls for dramatic effect.

Catches the light beautifully, through the fiery red glass and applied strappoing, and with light shining on it or through it, perfect as a statement piece for display, as a table centrepiece etc.

Would make a fantastic addition to any collection of Mdina / Maltese / Art Glass and would complement any retro, vintage, 1970’s, minimal, modernist, Mediterranean or contemporary interior.

Measures 25 x 7.5 x 7.5cm / 10 x 3 x 3in.

In excellent condition, no marks, chips or scratches. Signed ‘Mdina’ to the base and has the Mdina and sales labels still intact.

Available in my Etsy shop :http://etsy.me/1BbhYli

ES Keramik ‘Fat Lava’ vase, no.385/11, West Germany circa early 1970’s

This is a Great ES Keramik vase, form no. 385 / 11, made in West Germany circa late 1960’s / early 1970’s.

A Fabulous piece from this high quality West German Art Pottery. The squat rectangular form has a short circular neck and round rim, appearing like a volcano or crater on the top.
The decor with its foamy dripping white glaze over a grey base is a great example of the ‘Fat Lava’ style of the era, and is typical of ES Keramik’s distinctive style.

Would make a Great addition to any collection of West German / Fat Lava / European Art Pottery, and would complement any retro, vintage, space age, 60’s, 70’s, modernist, minimal or contemporary interior.

In Excellent Condition, no marks, chips or scratches. The base is glazed over and unmarked.

Measures 13 x 8.5 x 11cm / 5 x 3.5 x 4.5in.