Rosenthal Studio Linie, Martin Freyer

Kaskade Porcelaine Noir Candle Holders

Circa 1965 - 1970

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Description

A pair of black porcelain candle holders designed by Martin Freyer for Rosenthal.

  • Sold as a set of 2.
  • Highly textured unglazed surfaces in cascading form.
  • Martin Freyer was an architect, graphic designer (he created the Volkswagen VW logo in 1938), stage designer, textile and wallpaper designer, photographer, painter, teacher and a freelance designer of glass and porcelain for Rosenthal from 1964 to 1974. Many of Rosenthal's studio-linie or Studio Line, which included these holders, aimed to make the surfaces of objects the decoration, dispensing with color altogether.
  • Stamped signature and marked on bottom.
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Minimal signs of handling and use.

Dimensions
Height: 7 inches / 17.78 cm
Diameter: 3.25 inches / 8.26 cm
Materials
Porcelain
Period
Brutalist
Decorative Style
Modern Style
Country of Origin
Germany
SKU

C8PZY

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