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West German Pottery, Ceramics and Fat Lava

June 29, 2017
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West German Pottery Spotted (51) – Reclaim Magazine Issue 15 July 2017

In the July 2017 edition of Reclaim magazine there is a feature on the home of Hayley Stevens and Benjamin Scott, who run “Junk Deluxe, a unique furniture and homeware shop specialising in mid-century and industrial design, based in Margate”.

Thier home features some West German Pottery, images shown below.

Livingroom with WGP on the shelves

From left to right, Jlkra (sometimes referrd to as Ilkra) and Ruscha (Filigran decor by Adele Bolz)

Vase possibly by RRK

Thank you very much (again) to our friends and fellow West German pottery collectors for sending in this suggestion.

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April 25, 2017
by Aidan@Potsandpots
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West German Pottery Spotted (50) – The TV That Made Me

BBc 1 TV show “The TV That Made Me” features lots of West German and Italian pottery. During the show “Brian Conley journeys through the fantastic world of television with celebrities as they choose the TV moments that have shaped their lives.”. You can find out more and watch the show here.

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January 26, 2017
by Aidan@Potsandpots
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West German Pottery Spotted (49) – Anki Overdrive TV Advert

What appears to be a West German vase (perhaps by Bay Keramik or Scheurich) appears briefly in the TV advert for the car racing game Anki Overdrive.

Anki Overdrive West German Vase 2 close up

Shown below surrounded by racing car action!

You can see the video here.

Thank you very much to our friends and fellow West German pottery collectors for sending in this suggestion.

June 20, 2016
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West German Pottery Spotted (48) – UK National Space Centre

The National Space Centre in Nottingham features a display on the 1969 moon landing. It allows you to ‘re-live’ the event in a 1960’s living room. The room features a Krösselbach Fayence bowl – see below.

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It also has a rather nice fat lava ceramic tile coffee table – I’ve never been sure where these are made, maybe France or Italy.