Ceramic Anthropomorphic Pitchers from Romania 20th

Romania 20th - Private Collection Greece

Pair of anthropomorphic pitchers from the village Oboga, in Olt County (southern Romania). Oboga is a well known ceramic center, which is unique through its sculptural character of the shapes. Among Oboga’s ceramics are vinegar cruets, barrels, zoomorphic and anthropomorphic pitchers decorated in the form of small snakes and tiny frogs. These pitchers are dated around the mid-20th century. Private collection Athens Greece

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