Gerald Gulotta

70s Chromatics Block Blue and Green$365.00

  • 70s Chromatics Block Blue and Green by Gerald Gulotta
  • 70s Chromatics Block Blue and Green by Gerald Gulotta
  • 70s Chromatics Block Blue and Green by Gerald Gulotta
  • 70s Chromatics Block Blue and Green by Gerald Gulotta
  • 70s Chromatics Block Blue and Green by Gerald Gulotta
  • 70s Chromatics Block Blue and Green by Gerald Gulotta
  • 70s Chromatics Block Blue and Green by Gerald Gulotta
  • 70s Chromatics Block Blue and Green by Gerald Gulotta
  • 70s Chromatics Block Blue and Green by Gerald Gulotta
  • 70s Chromatics Block Blue and Green by Gerald Gulotta
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Gerald Gulotta
70s Chromatics Block Blue and Green

1960s Block Chromatics Blue/Green Dinnerware 12 pc Set

Materials: Porcelain

Brand / Maker: designed by Gerald Gulotta, Porzellanfabrik Arzberg, Germany

Era: 1970s

Graphic, stackable and of obviously high quality, the Chromatics dinnerware pattern is one of the most stunning modern dinnerware patterns to come out of the late mid-century period. Introduced in 1970 by Block China, it consisted of boldly-colored sculptural pieces in porcelain that were designed to stack and fit together with their concave and convex edges. The pattern came in several complementary color combinations (Brown/Gold, Black/Beige, Blue/Green, and especially rare Black/White).

Block Chromatics was designed by Gerald Gulotta, an American industrial designer and educator who, among other accomplishments, studied under modern master Eva Zeisel at Pratt and eventually took over teaching her ceramics class when she retired.

12 pc Blue / Green Set includes:

4 Salad Plates, 4 mugs, 1 Serving Platter, 1 Divided Dish, sugar bowl, creamer

Divided serving dish: 10. 5" long x 6. 5" wide x 1. 75" deep

Serving Platter: 15" long x 9. 25" wide x 1" tall

4 salad plates: 7 3/4" diameter, Model 33135

4 convex mugs: 3" tall x 3" wide at handle

Creamer: 2 1/4" tall x 5" wide at spout

Sugar Bowl with lid: 2 1/4" tall x 4 1/4" wide

This item is sold from a vintage boutique in New Haven, Connecticut.

1960s Block Chromatics Blue/Green Dinnerware 12 pc Set

Materials: Porcelain

Brand / Maker: designed by Gerald Gulotta, Porzellanfabrik Arzberg, Germany

Era: 1970s

Graphic, stackable and of obviously high quality, the Chromatics dinnerware pattern is one of the most stunning modern dinnerware patterns to come out of the late mid-century period. Introduced in 1970 by Block China, it consisted of boldly-colored sculptural pieces in porcelain that were designed to stack and fit together with their concave and convex edges. The pattern came in several complementary color combinations (Brown/Gold, Black/Beige, Blue/Green, and especially rare Black/White).

Block Chromatics was designed by Gerald Gulotta, an American industrial designer and educator who, among other accomplishments, studied under modern master Eva Zeisel at Pratt and eventually took over teaching her ceramics class when she retired.

12 pc Blue / Green Set includes:

4 Salad Plates, 4 mugs, 1 Serving Platter, 1 Divided Dish, sugar bowl, creamer

Divided serving dish: 10. 5" long x 6. 5" wide x 1. 75" deep

Serving Platter: 15" long x 9. 25" wide x 1" tall

4 salad plates: 7 3/4" diameter, Model 33135

4 convex mugs: 3" tall x 3" wide at handle

Creamer: 2 1/4" tall x 5" wide at spout

Sugar Bowl with lid: 2 1/4" tall x 4 1/4" wide

1960s Block Chromatics Blue/Green Dinnerware 12 pc Set

Materials: Porcelain

Brand / Maker: designed by Gerald Gulotta, Porzellanfabrik Arzberg, Germany

Era: 1970s

Graphic, stackable and of obviously high quality, the Chromatics dinnerware pattern is one of the most stunning modern dinnerware patterns to come out of the late mid-century period. Introduced in 1970 by Block China, it consisted of boldly-colored sculptural pieces in porcelain that were designed to stack and fit together with their concave and convex edges. The pattern came in several complementary color combinations (Brown/Gold, Black/Beige, Blue/Green, and especially rare Black/White).

Block Chromatics was designed by Gerald Gulotta, an American industrial designer and educator who, among other accomplishments, studied under modern master Eva Zeisel at Pratt and eventually took over teaching her ceramics class when she retired.

12 pc Blue / Green Set includes:

4 Salad Plates, 4 mugs, 1 Serving Platter, 1 Divided Dish, sugar bowl, creamer

Divided serving dish: 10. 5" long x 6. 5" wide x 1. 75" deep

Serving Platter: 15" long x 9. 25" wide x 1" tall

4 salad plates: 7 3/4" diameter, Model 33135

4 convex mugs: 3" tall x 3" wide at handle

Creamer: 2 1/4" tall x 5" wide at spout

Sugar Bowl with lid: 2 1/4" tall x 4 1/4" wide

This item is sold from a vintage boutique in New Haven, Connecticut.

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