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Palshus Light Brown glazed Elephant 12.5 cm Signed K - Kjeld Jordan for Palshus
Palshus 1948-1972: Per Linneman-Schmidt (b. 1912) established a studio with his wife Annelise in Taastrup in 1948, called Palshus. They began to produce very fine ceramics in simple signature glazes openly adopted from Japanese potters. The studio primarily produced vases, bowls, figures, and the occasional teapot until the mid 1970s. The early forms were precise and devoted to minimalism. The matte glaze colors included various shades of brown, blue, green and cream. In the 1960s the studio began to produce high fired, rough glaze pieces with subtle incising and other decoration. These forms and glazes represented a return to the more primitive, functional ware of the Nordic country tradition. Palshus was a production shop with only a few studio pieces marked “unic”.
Artists: (Pl-S): Per Linneman-Schmidt (1912- ); (JM) ; (KAS) ; (KB): Knud Basse (1912 - ); (P&ALS): Annelise Lindeman Schmidt (1918-1969); Frode Bahnsen; Jens H. Quistgaard;