1960s West German Rosenthal Studio Line Olive Green Ceramic Pitcher Jug and 5 Tumbler Set, Stamped

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Vintage German Rosenthal Studio Line Dark Green Ceramic Pitcher Jug and 5 Tumbler Set, Fully Stamped
Vintage German Rosenthal Studio Line Dark Green Ceramic Pitcher Jug and 5 Tumbler Set, Fully Stamped
Vintage German Rosenthal Studio Line Dark Green Ceramic Pitcher Jug and 5 Tumbler Set, Fully Stamped
Vintage German Rosenthal Studio Line Dark Green Ceramic Pitcher Jug and 5 Tumbler Set, Fully Stamped
Vintage German Rosenthal Studio Line Dark Green Ceramic Pitcher Jug and 5 Tumbler Set, Fully Stamped
Vintage German Rosenthal Studio Line Dark Green Ceramic Pitcher Jug and 5 Tumbler Set, Fully Stamped
Vintage German Rosenthal Studio Line Dark Green Ceramic Pitcher Jug and 5 Tumbler Set, Fully Stamped
Vintage German Rosenthal Studio Line Dark Green Ceramic Pitcher Jug and 5 Tumbler Set, Fully Stamped
Vintage German Rosenthal Studio Line Dark Green Ceramic Pitcher Jug and 5 Tumbler Set, Fully Stamped

THE ITEM
This set is from the Rosenthal Studio Line, Germany, collectable and suitable for intended use or display.

The high quality pieces are of a silky light gloss olive green and brown mottled glaze with Modernist form and decor in geometric delineations and light wave shadowing highlighted by a deeper chocolate brown.

This set is hard to find, especially in such superb condition and would suit a room with Modernist, Art Deco or Contemporary themed decor. 

CONDITION

Excellent, please see photos as part of the condition report.

MEASUREMENTS
Pitcher Jug: c. 8.7" / 22 cm tall x c. 6.7" / 17 cm wide from handle, 4.7" / 12 cm wide across base.
Tumblers: 3.5" / 9 cm tall by 3.2" 8 cm diameter and 2" / 5 cm diameter across the base.

Unpackaged weight (full set): c. 2.2 kg / 2,163 g

NOTES
Pieces will be securely packaged and shipping will be insured.
Shipping will be combined for multiple items.

A BIT OF HISTORY
Rosenthal (1879 - present)
The company founder, Philipp Rosenthal, moved his porcelain painting skills from Werl (North Rhine-Westphalia) to Selb in Bavaria, which he industrialised in the castle Erkersreuth with his painting workshop. The company grew from strength to strength over the years, with original pieces designed by artists such as Salvador Dalí, Andy Warhol, Wilhelm Wagenfeld and Walter Gropius. By 1997, Rosenthal was the market leader for high-quality porcelain and glassware in Germany and was the world market leader in conjunction with Waterford Wedgwood. The company had grown from strength to strength over the years, with original pieces designed by artists such as Salvador Dalí, Andy Warhol, Wilhelm Wagenfeld and Walter Gropius. Rosenthal studio-line, a brand of Rosenthal made design-oriented crockery and art objects made of porcelain and glass.

Sadly, in 2008, the Waterford Wedgwood Group wanted to divest the Rosenthal share package due to liquidity difficulties and as a result of the subsequent collapse of Waterford Wedgwood, the company filed for insolvency in January 2009. Today, Rosenthal operates as an independent company and is part of Sambonet Paderno Industrie.