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1960s Blue Vase Cari Zalloni

$145.00 Sale price Regular price
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We join Ève and Arnaud of ODA Paris in presenting an edit of rare, mid-century pieces for the home. They began as a vintage home goods vendor at one of France’s most respected Flea Markets, Marché Paul Bert in Saint-Ouen. Now, the duo seeks to create atmospheres and find objects that recollect a juxtaposition of contexts, spaces, and elements evoking emotion and fostering new memories.  

German ceramics have had a unique history compared to other countries in Europe. Due to isolationism, German ceramics of the interwar period remained stagnant, without influence from Scandinavian, or other countries’, innovations. In the 50s, Bauhaus reappeared, and ceramic inspiration sparked again. Zalloni was known for creating ceramics with contrasting minimalist shapes paired with bold blue and red colors, as seen with this vase. Influenced by Bauhaus architecture, this vase’s simple and refined design makes it a collectable treasure. 

Height: 4"

This piece ships to the USA only, international orders will be cancelled. 

Each piece from ODA Paris is decades old and preloved. Due to this, homeware will have minor signs of wear that contribute to its overall character.

ODA Paris pieces are returnable for site credit only. No refunds will be available.