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Domingo Punter ashtray, mid-century signed Spanish pottery, green black ceramic

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Item details

Condition
Used
Design
Abstract
Type
Ashtray
Secondary Color
Black
Color
Green
Original/Reproduction
Antique Original
Object Type
Ashtray
Material
Ceramic
MPN
R-27

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This is a lovely mid-century Spanish signed pottery ashtray, by ceramics artist Domingo Punter.

In excellent vintage condition.

Handmade by the famous Spanish ceramicist Domingo Punter, dates from the 1950s. The bottom of the piece shows the artist's signature and R27 object reference code.

Beautiful piece for decoration in a mid-century / bohemian / cottage / folk theme.

Domingo Punter and his sons built a legacy of 5 generations of ceramists in Teruel (Aragón), in northern Spain. Punter is famous for reproducing the Spanish Romanic style ceramics from the 14th century. Hence the primitive designs using black and green, which were the colors used during that period.

Punter ceramic is very dense, so the piece is heavier than it looks. The clay in this part of Spain is a dark red, which can be seen peeking from under the glaze in various points as well as on the base.