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VINTAGE Anna Hackathorn

Otto Kerstner Vase w/ Cap, 1971

$595.00
Est. Arrival: Jun 03 - Jun 06
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COLOR green/blue/brown
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 9" W x 14" H
ERA Vintage: 1970s
MADE OF ceramic/wood/cork
SKU 77294486
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jun 03 - Jun 06
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
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Los Angeles-based interior designer Anna Hackathorn is known for unexpected combinations of color, pattern, and form, which she uses to create timeless interiors with a sense of the exotic. With a passion for travel and for a broad range of aesthetic styles, she has designed residential and commercial projects around the world. Her well-chosen vintage treasures, decorative accessories, and furniture continue to delight and inspire her clients.
Why we love this
Blue and green glazed ceramic vase. Features a removable carved wood-and-cork cap and cork base. Signed by California artist "Otto Kerstner Dec 1971" on underside of the wood cap, and dated 1971 on underside of vase. Height without wood cap: 11.75"; top: 6.25"Dia; bottom: 5"Dia.
About the Seller
Los Angeles-based interior designer Anna Hackathorn is known for unexpected combinations of color, pattern, and form, which she uses to create timeless interiors with a sense of the exotic. With a passion for travel and for a broad range of aesthetic styles, she has designed residential and commercial projects around the world. Her well-chosen vintage treasures, decorative accessories, and furniture continue to delight and inspire her clients.
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