Eeva Jokinen “Rice grain porcelain is an old ceramic method. The wall of an object is first pierced through with a sharp tool. After the biscuit firing the hole is filled with glaze which melts into the hole in the later firing creating a small translucent window.” Reminds me of this bowl but the holes are covered with glaze.
RUSCHA KERAMIK | GERMAN CERAMIC VASE | FORM 313 Ruscha Keramik - west german ceramic vase, Mid Century 1950/60's. Form-Number 313, Design by Kurt Tschörner. Beige-gray craquelling glaze. Impressed Form-Number on the base. Height 15cm, width 19cm.