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ARABIA Krokus vintage soup plate 20 cm 1

ARABIA Krokus vintage soup plate 20 cm 1

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■ Product introduction
It is a masterpiece crocus of ARABIA. Crocus is a kind of iris flower. There are three types of crocuses: black-and-white, colored, and black-and-white gray rims, but this is the black-and-white version. It is a product that was manufactured for only two years from 1978 to 1979. Due to its rarity, the market price is high. This is a soup plate that can also be used for pasta.

■Details Manufacturer: ARABIA Form Design: Peter Winquist Pattern Design: Esteri Tomula Age : 1978-1979 Country of Origin: Finland Condition: ★★★★☆ (4: Good Condition)
Very thin cutlery marks can be seen near the center and around the edges. Also, although it is not shown in the photo, there is intrusion on the back stamp on the back and around the mountain on the hill. Cracks are cracks that occur on the glaze surface when fired in a kiln. It is caused by the manufacturing process and has passed the manufacturer's inspection. We will send you the actual item in the photo, but we have multiple items in stock. If you would like to purchase multiple copies, please contact us by chat or email.

■Size: Diameter 20cm Height 3.5cm

■ About Esteri Tomra

Esteri Tomura (1920-1998)

Born in Helsinki. Her father, who was a university professor, bought a villa in the countryside called Urjalan in the northwestern part of Helsinki. be done. Esteri Tomura has a congenital dwarf disease and initially majored in pottery at Aalto University of Arts in Helsinki, but due to physical and physical reasons she was unable to handle clay satisfactorily. Therefore, he gave up the path of pottery and sought his own expertise in design. After joining ARABIA, he will hone his skills as a pattern designer with Laija Uosikkinen, who became a lifelong friend. While Uosikkinen preferred abstract and geometric patterns, Tomra seeks the origin of his designs in Finnish flowers, which were the original scenery of his childhood. Tomra, who created masterpieces in spite of physical handicaps, has something in common with Birger Kaipiainen, who designed the timeless classic Paratiisi while suffering from polio.

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Product photos are close-ups so that you can see the condition well. Therefore, the actual product may appear smaller. The wooden spoon is for size comparison, not an accessory, and is 13 cm long.





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