Set of four turned wood vases, three by Rude Osolnik, USA, 1960s

Osolnik, Rude
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Other
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United States
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1960s

A set of four small vase made of turned wood, three of them by the American craftsman Rude Osolnik.

The three smaller pieces by Osolnik are made of maple, mahogany and poplar. The largest, walnut, vase is made by an unidentified woodworker.

The smallest piece is 7 cm high with a 7 cm diameter. The tall vase is 20.5 cm high.

  • 4780
  • EUR 2850.00
  • 8.1 In / 20.5 cm
  • 3.3 In / 8.5 cm
  • 1.8 In / 4.5 cm

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