Vintage Fratelli Fanciullacci Large Pottery Bowl, Mid Century Italian Ceramics. Search for items or shops. Vintage Art Deco Pottery Jug Vase, Old Bright Bold Geometric Home Decor. Danish mid century artistic original fine art ceramic studio platter with abstract horse motive – made by Gustav Hjortlund in 1946. Vintage Vase Large Cornucopia Shaped Mid Century Australian Ceramic Art Yellow Orange Purple Glazed Pottery. Thomas Toft, Large Wall Hanging Chamotte Bowl, Denmark, Mid Century, Scandinavian Studio Pottery. SHOP SALE, Art Studio Pottery, Stoneware Bowl, by Michael Pugh, Australian Pottery, Pottery Bowl, Birthday Gift. Eligible orders get 20% off. Mid Century Vase, Fratelli Fanciullacci Vase, Vintage Ceramic Deer Italian Pottery Fratelli. Beautiful Fratelli Fanciullacci Bowl. Zoom image 1 of 10. Zoom image 2 of 10. Zoom image 3 of 10. Zoom image 4 of 10. Zoom image 5 of 10. Zoom image 6 of 10. Zoom image 7 of 10. Zoom image 8 of 10. Zoom image 9 of 10. Zoom image 10 of 10. LOW IN STOCK, ONLY 1 LEFT. SALE ENDS IN 8 HOURS. Additional GST may be applied by Etsy at checkout. Vintage Fratelli Fanciullacci Large Pottery Bowl, Mid Century Italian Ceramics, Modernist Home Decor. 5 out of 5 stars. If you order today. Vintage from the 1950s. Width: 24 Centimetres; Height: 5.5 Centimetres. A beautiful and large skilfully crafted Pottery Bowl by Fratelli Fanciullacci. Incised Decoration of Four Women. Signed on reverse 671/2732/2 ITALY. 24 cm (9.45 inches) in Diameter x 5.5 cm (2.165 inches) in height and rim is 1 cm. 1100 g (38.8 ounces). (No chips or cracks). The brothers Fanciullacci was prolific Italian pottery, who’s work is starting to become more widely known in the past few years, and is keenly sought amongst collectors. As a style it is hard to pin down as there were so many styles and produced – on a variety of clay bodies. Also, because most records were lost it is hard to identify designers or artist – except it is known that Aldo Londi worked there prior to going to Bitossi. Pieces from the FF factory were rarely marked – except for some pieces simply marked FF. Most though will have nothing or simply “Italy” and a number. After a while however, with experience, pieces by this maker start to stand out from the rest. In good condition see pictures for further information and condition.