Mid Century Modern Danish Nut Dish/salt Cellar Dybdahl Bird Retro Art Pottery For SaleMid Century Modern DANISH Nut Dish/Salt Cellar DYBDAHL Bird RETRO Art Pottery
You are offerding on a fun, mid-century Danish nut dish/salt cellar in the shape of a little bird. This colorful pottery figure measures 2-7/8” from the bird’s beak to the tip of his tail and stands 1-1/4” tall. There are no chips, cracks, or crazing and the colorful matte finish shows no sign of fading. The bottom of this little dish is marked “Dybdahl” and “Denmark”. It would be a lovely addition to any Retro/Mid Century Modern décor or collection. We acquired this beautiful Dybdahl nut dish as part of a similar, but not identical pair. The second one has a different color scheme and is a little bit larger. We are listing both pieces this week and will happily combine shipping for multiple item winners. Some info we found at retropottery.net:Margrethe Dybdahl (1916-1999) was educated at Rostrup-Boyesens Art School 1934-36 and at the School of Design 1937-38. She worked together with her husband Palle Dybdahl (1918-2001) in their workshops in Northsealand, in the town of Allerød. Margrethe decorated the stoneware pottery which Palle made.
They made articles for every day use including bowls, dishes, and decorative things like eggs and birds.
The pottery was sold from their workshop. Margrethe and Palle also established the association of the potters of Northsealand Buyer pays postage. We gladly ship WORLDWIDE.Many thanks for looking!
Christianne & Mike - Funkijunk
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