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Jacob Bang, pipeholder in stoneware, made for Nymölle Denmark. L: 14,5 cm.

Jacob Bang, pipeholder in stoneware, made for Nymölle Denmark. L: 14,5 cm.

Hans Adolph Hjorth (1878-1966) produced the factory's first stoneware in 1902 for which he received several international awards. The children of Lauritz Hjorth took over the company following their father's death in 1912.  The vase is signed by the artist.

Hans Adolph Hjorth (1878-1966) produced the factory's first stoneware in 1902 for which he received several international awards. The children of Lauritz Hjorth took over the company following their father's death in 1912. The vase is signed by the artist.

Knud Basse, stoneware, own studio Denmark. Tukan.

Knud Basse, stoneware, own studio Denmark. Tukan.

Lene Regius, bowl in stoneware, own studio Denmark.

Lene Regius, bowl in stoneware, own studio Denmark.

Trine Heegaard, bowls and vase i stoneware. Own studio Dennmark.

Trine Heegaard, bowls and vase i stoneware. Own studio Dennmark.

Horst Kerstan (Germany) own studio 1982. Stoneware with oilspotglaze.

Horst Kerstan (Germany) own studio 1982. Stoneware with oilspotglaze.

Finn Cavling Clausen, platter in stoneware, owm studio Denmark. 22x20,5x5 cm.

Finn Cavling Clausen, platter in stoneware, owm studio Denmark. 22x20,5x5 cm.

Torsten Mosumgaard, big bowl in stoneware with ironglaze. Own studio Denmark. W: 29 cm.

Torsten Mosumgaard, big bowl in stoneware with ironglaze. Own studio Denmark. W: 29 cm.

Bente Hansen, Royal Copenhagen, Denmark. Bowl in stoneware.

Bente Hansen, Royal Copenhagen, Denmark. Bowl in stoneware.

Hjorth Denmark, vase in stoneware from the period Hans Adolph Hjorth. H: 10 cm.

Hjorth Denmark, vase in stoneware from the period Hans Adolph Hjorth. H: 10 cm.

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