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Mid-Century European Wall Cross, Brown, White Painted Ceramic, 1960s

200.00
Wall Cross, Brown, White Painted Ceramic, Handmade in Belgium 1960s
Wall Cross, Brown, White Painted Ceramic, Handmade in Belgium 1960s
Wall Cross, Brown, White Painted Ceramic, Handmade in Belgium 1960s

Mid-Century European Wall Cross, Brown, White Painted Ceramic, 1960s

200.00

Mid-century European ceramic crucifix with glossy white christ figure embossed over caramel brown colored cross. A one-of-a-kind, handcrafted piece that is part of a large collection of European crosses made by artisan potters from the 1950s to 1970s. A unique decorative item for anyone interested in distinctive folk art or religious items as home decor.

DIMENSIONS

6 in. H x 4 in. W x 0.5 in. D

15 cm H x 10 cm W x 1 cm D

This piece is part of a curated European ceramic crucifix collection. From modernism to brutalism, they range from being as futurist as a modernist church to as raw as a brutalist building. Each artist offered a different take on the representation of faith through volumes and colors.

The collection offers an excellent selection for composing a custom wall of modernist crucifixes.

Item Reference: S3_38

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Mid-century European ceramic crucifix with glossy white christ figure embossed over caramel brown colored cross. A one-of-a-kind, handcrafted piece that is part of a large collection of European crosses made by artisan potters from the 1950s to 1970s. A unique decorative item for anyone interested in distinctive folk art or religious items as home decor.

DIMENSIONS

6 in. H x 4 in. W x 0.5 in. D

15 cm H x 10 cm W x 1 cm D

This piece is part of a curated European ceramic crucifix collection. From modernism to brutalism, they range from being as futurist as a modernist church to as raw as a brutalist building. Each artist offered a different take on the representation of faith through volumes and colors.

The collection offers an excellent selection for composing a custom wall of modernist crucifixes.

Item Reference: S3_38