Next thing I found is this wonderful Scheurich in the most delicious caramel color with a darker brown inside and trim. It's a whopping 42 cm tall and has a beautiful geometric pattern.
From ceramics to plastic! this large pitcher is from Tupperware, and I'd love to know when it was in production. Anyone? It's all black with a white lid and a black little nob that you press down to release the lid.
I really have a thing for ceramic planters and green plants. With this beige and brown beauty from the 70s, it was love at first sight. Notice how she matches her companion, the german guy!
I've finally solved a mystery concerning the origin of some pottery that I found a while ago, thanks to Pep & Salt over at Retro Scandinavian. It's a great blog, if you haven't visited it yet, head on over! The pieces I found are made by Lannem, a pottery from the south eastern part of Norway, that was founded in 1956. Pep & Salt guessed that my pieces are from their earlier production. I love the delicious olive glaze, the geometric shapes and their heavy, substantial quality. It's always great to have a mystery solved! Wish you all a great weekend:-)