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@@ LUCIE RIE Conical bowl, circa 1979

LUCIE RIE Conical bowl, circa 1979 Porcelain, golden manganese glaze with turquoise ring and terracotta well. Impressed with artist's seal.

Large footed bowl, Mixed clays thrown together to create an integral spiral of colour and texture. 23.7 cm (9 3/8 in.) diameter, c.1968

Large footed bowl, Mixed clays thrown together to create an integral spiral of colour and texture.

Lucie Rie, large open bowl, Stoneware, manganese lip, blue inlaid design beneath a shiny white glaze. 11 3/8 in. (28.9 cm.) diameter, 1980

Large open bowl, Stoneware, manganese lip, blue inlaid design beneath a shiny white glaze.

Blue bowl with golden rim, Stoneware, vivid blue and manganese glazes. 3 1/2 in. (8.9 cm.) high, 9 1/2 in. (24.1 cm.) diameter, c.1987

Blue bowl with golden rim, Stoneware, vivid blue and manganese glazes.) high, 9 in.

Lucie Rie Conical bowl, c. 1970Porcelain, the interior manganese with a concentric sgraffito design, the exterior with inlaid concentric manganese bands. 21.5 cm (8 1/2 in) diameter Impressed with artists seal.PROVENANCE Sothebys Belgravia, Decorative Arts Part II: Art Pottery and Studio Ceramics, December 11, 1981, lot 330EXHIBITED Lucie Rie

Lucie Rie Conical bowl, c. 1970Porcelain, the interior manganese with a concentric sgraffito design, the exterior with inlaid concentric manganese bands. 21.5 cm (8 1/2 in) diameter Impressed with artists seal.PROVENANCE Sothebys Belgravia, Decorative Arts Part II: Art Pottery and Studio Ceramics, December 11, 1981, lot 330EXHIBITED Lucie Rie

Resultado de imagem para cobalt blue

Gertrud Natzler and Otto Natzler: Earthenware, “mystic” blue glaze.

LUCIE RIE, 1902-1995

Lucy Rie (Gomperz), OBE born in Vienna a Jewish émigré who safely sought refuge in England. In a career, which spanned almost 70 years, Lucie gave ceramics a new identity. In 1937

Lucie Rie

Footed bowl, Porcelain, glassy green glaze with manganese speckle and bright golden manganese rim.

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