Cristian Richter Berlin

Cristian Richter became interested in the arts and crafts as a young man and completed an apprenticeship at the "Master School of Arts and Crafts" in Charlottenburg. Afterwards he went to Heiner Hans Körting, one of the leading ceramists in the GDR, and passed his journeyman's examination in Bürgel there. Back in Berlin, he worked for Eva Schulz-Endert and then moved on to the Grothe ceramic workshop in Velten. His next stop were the Hedwig Bollhagen workshops in Marwitz near Velten. He had a deep friendship with Hedwig Bollhagen until her death. After completing his master's examination and employment as a foreman in Marwitz, he went back to Berlin and founded his own workshop. He experimented with shapes and colors, glazing and firing techniques. Christian Richter also became known as a peace activist across the borders of Berlin.



Christian Richter, vase CR001

Large and heavy vase from manganese clay. 1960s or 1970s. Very good condition. Studio mark. Height app 21 cm.

CR001

69,90 €

  • 1,5 kg
  • available
  • shipping more than 5 days1

 

 

Christian Richter, ball vase CR002

Ball vase with delicate smooth glaze. 1960s or 1970s. Very good condition. Studio mark. Height app 12 cm.

CR002

49,90 €

  • 1 kg
  • available
  • shipping more than 5 days1

Christian Richter, vase CR003

Heavy ball vase from manganese clay. 1960s or 1970s. Very good condition. Studio mark. Height app 13 cm.

CR003

59,90 €

  • 1 kg
  • available
  • shipping more than 5 days1

Christian Richter, small cup CR004

Small cup with semi glazed sgraffito decor. 1960s or 1970s. With studio mark. Height app. 6 cm.

CR004

24,90 €

  • 0,5 kg
  • available
  • shipping more than 5 days1

Christian Richter, vase CR005

Baluster shaped vase with glazed engobe and sgraffito decor. 1960s or 1970s. With studio mark. Height app. 20 cm.

CR005

59,90 €

  • 1 kg
  • available
  • shipping more than 5 days1