Dumler Breiden operated in West Germany from 1883 to 1992 producing an enormous range of decorative pottery from traditional to pop-art. It was a leading German Pottery during the 1950s and 1960s.
They made a large range of peices from a white/fawn clay painted in rusts and browns and incised (sgraffito) to show the underlying colour of the clay.
They made a large range of pieces in bold bright glossy glazes.
Goto http://www.fatlava.net/home/west-german-pottery/d%C3%BCmler-breiden/ to see a selection of the pop-art pieces they produced.
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