This one-off coffee table by the Belgian artist Rogier Vandeweghe was produced in his own ceramic workshop located in Bruges in the mid 1950s. The hand-formed tiles are finished with a chromium red glaze. The firing of this specific color required a very precise temperature, as over-heating would turn the glaze to black. The table has a nice wooden frame and four black metal legs.
This vintage blue ceramic pot with a lid is signed on the base and has the original sticker on the lid.
- This very large bowl was designed by Rogier Vandeweghe for his workshop Amphora in the 1960s - The bright glaze is in different shades of yellow, orange, and red - A rough black finish on the outside edge
- Red glazed ceramic vase designed by Rogier Vandeweghe (1923) - Executed by Amphora, a Belgian ceramic workshop located in Brugges (B) around 1965 - Features engraved surface decor - Remains in excellent condition Dimensions: - Height: 10.23 inch (26 cm) - Diameter: 8.66 inch (22 cm)
This vermilion red coffee table was produced by Amphora, Belgium. Ceramist Rogier Vandeweghe founded the company together with his wife and ceramic painter Myranna Pyck in the early 1960s. They produced ceramic vases, tiles and tables with strong colors and different types of glazing. Before Amphora, Rogier Vandeweghe ran Perignem together with his brother Laurent. This table dates from the mid-1960s and is an example of the bright color and glazing used.
This vintage ceramic green and cream lidded pot is marked on the base with the Amphora stamp.