Porcelain vases

Pavel Janák
Vlastislav Hofman
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Vases

# Products 32
 Authors: Pavel Janák,  Vlastislav Hofman
 Epochas: Czech Cubism
 

Janák´s vases from 1911 are a lesson in good design – two curves, three sizes and five variations on a decorative pattern – a collection of 30 vases that look so original and contemporary it is hard to believe they were designed almost a hundred years ago.

Reproduction of the original held by the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague.


Material: earthenware or porcelain vases

Manufactory: hand-decorated glazed cast

 

Between 1911 and 1920, Hofman developed ground-breaking Cubist ceramics, and metal and glass objects for the manufacturing co-operative Artěl. His vases, ashtrays and coffee sets number among the most distinctive Cubist decorative objects of their time alongside Janák’s Crystal box.


Material: earthenware



 

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