Duschthermostat / Serie: Kludi Amphora / Oberflächendekor: Chrom / Ausstattung: mit Temperaturbegrenzer / Montagen: Unterputzmontage, Wandmontage / Feinbau-Set ohne Unterputz-Einbaukörper für Art.-Nr. 35093 und 35158 / ohne Absperrventil
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This Tinaja / Impruneta wine amphora was produced in Spain in the 1800s. It is made from terracotta.
Amphora and Halamphora from coastal and inland waters of the United States and Japan:With the description of 33 new species Bibliotheca Diatomologica Joshua G. Stepanek, Patrick J. Kociolek
Aether, a black ceramic oil lamp with a copper stand, is part of the collection New Roman by Jaime Hayon, a series of containers which reference the shapes of ancient carafes, plates, and the large storage vessels amphorae. Inspired by the vessels of the Roman Empire, this collection transforms antique references into a celebration of contemporary craft.
This outdoor seat, ideal for decorating and using in a garden, is resistant to external elements and ice. The natural materials used such as clay were worked to become terracotta and were processed in a similar methodology as that of the millenary manual production of jars, amphorae used in the past for the preservation of food and wine. This process inspired the designer Mario Scairato to research and create ´´an object that could live in symbiosis with nature, tamed and not, but above all that could acquire fascination with age.´´
Wine Cellar, Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. A wine cellar is a storage room for wine in bottles or barrels, or more rarely in carboys, amphorae or plastic con
This art nouveau ivory porcelain vase (model number 822) was designed by Paul Dachsel for Riessner, Stellmacher & Kessel / Amphora circa 1899-1900. It has been glazed in matte green and light purple with a matte and satin finish and gold highlights in a variation of the summer sunrise pattern.
- 1960s coffee table - Produced by Amphora in the style of Pia Manu - Base composed of heavy metal sled feet - Rectangular mosaic top embedded in concrete - Modernist design - Original condition
This table lamp was made in the 1960s in the modern tradition of Perignem and Amphora. It was designed and made by the Belgian ceramist Baudouin Monteyne, as he worked in the workshop of his son Gilbert-Jean Monteyne in Bruges from 1967 until 1974. The black ceramic base is decorated with simple white and orange floral motifs.
This is a set of black and orange Italian ceramics, made circa 1965. The dimensions of the two pitchers with pouring spouts are: Height: 16cm width: 13cm Amphora: Height: 24,5cm Width: 9cm