Hansa-Gotha Keramik

The Gotha ceramic factory "Hansa-Gotha Keramik" emerged from the Thuringian stove and wall panel factory Hilmar Merten, founded in 1850. Wilhelm Diebener took over the company in the 1930s, in GDR times the manufacture continued as VEB Hansa Gotha Keramik and closed in the early 1970s.
From the 1920s onwards, the reduced and simple, beautiful style inspired by the Bauhaus was committed. The successful glazes and clear color design still make the ceramics in demand today.


 

 

Wilhelm Diebener, Jug WD001

Black ball shaped jug with silver oxid glaze. 1950s. With studio mark. Height app. 15,5 cm. Excellent condition.

WD001

59,90 €

  • 1 kg
  • available
  • shipping more than 5 days1

 

 

Wilhelm Diebener, vase WD002

Ball vase with orange uranium glaze. 1940s or 1950s. With studio mark. Height app. 15 cm. Excellent condition.

WD002

49,90 €

  • 1 kg
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  • shipping more than 5 days1

 

 

Wilhelm Diebener, small jug WD003

Small jug with matte black glaze. 1950s. With studio mark. Height app. 11 cm. Excellent condition.

WD003

49,90 €

  • 1 kg
  • available
  • shipping more than 5 days1

 

 

Wilhelm Diebener, vase WD004

large vase with black silver oxid glaze. 1950s. With studio mark. Height app. 23 cm. Excellent condition.

WD004

59,90 €

  • 1 kg
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  • shipping more than 5 days1

 

 

Wilhelm Diebener, vase WD005

Small vase with black glaze. 1950s. With studio mark. Height app. 10 cm. Excellent condition.

WD005

19,90 €

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