Bay pottery

Bay pottery (Bay Keramik) was founded by Eduard Bay in Ransbach-Baumbach in 1933 and was one of the most successful ceramics factories in West Germany. Their most famous designers were A. Seide and Bodo Mans. Today Bay ceramics, which range in design from the highly bizarre to extreme Modernism, are highly popular with interior designers and collectors alike. The factory, no longer able to continue with their costly production process, ceased to exist in 1997.

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  • Bay 82-20
    Bay 82-20

    With its bright orange glaze, and decor of flowers done in black and yellow fatlava, this vase shows off every bit of its 20 cms and is in excellent condition.

    € 27,50
  • Bay 97-20
    Bay 97-20

    Handled vase from the hand of designer Bodo Mans in a molded floral pattern in a golden glaze relief over a shiney brown glaze. Original sticker and excellent condition. A real collector's item. E147

    € 35,00
  • Bay 636-25
    Bay 636-25

    Well made vase in shades of beige and tan with a brown lava pattern circling the body. Available on its own or with its twin which has the original sticker. Excellent condition. E157

    € 22,50
  • Bay 991-20
    Bay 991-20

    Beautifully designed vase, partly with a leaf pattern in a grey on white dull glaze and partly in a glossy geometrical pattern in rusty brown. 20 cms. Excellent condition. E397

    € 25,00
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