Bowl Nils Thorsson "Marselis" Royal Copenhaguen 50s

Very rare earthenware bowl of great technical quality, from the Marselis series, designed by Nils Thorsson for Royal Copenhagen. Square in shape with rounded edges, fully glazed in straw yellow, decor with parallel broken lines in very slight relief. 50s
Perfect condition
Height 4cm
Width 18cm
Diameter 10,8cm at the base
Weight 0,8kg
Signature MARSELIS and monograms of Nils Thorsson and Royal Copenhagen, numbered 2635


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Nils Thorsson (1898-1975)

Swedish-Danish ceramic artist and designer, Nils Johan Thorvald Thorsson has created a prolific work for ceramic manufacturer Royal Copenhagen. Thorsson was the most prolific designer in the factory, designing at least five of the company's best-known production lines, including Solberg (1930s); Marselis (Alumina, 1950s), an elegant but affordable line for everyday use; Tenera (1960s); Baca (1960s), with very detailed and complex relief patterns; and Diana (1970s). His work is often presented as an example of mid-century Danish modernism in the field of design and ceramics.

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