There is a huge variety of the most wonderful patterns and designs. Some with beautifully feathered and coloured glaze decoration, and others with beautifully simple flourishes drawn into the glaze. Others are plainly glazed, letting the forms speak for themselves.
I've come across some of the smaller pieces before, but never the stunning large vases in the images below.
They are the work of several ceramicists who worked at Kahler, and many appear to be from earlier in the 20th Century.
Added: See comments section below for some more information about the forms and their decoration
The following background on the collection is from the Lauritz website:
Lisbeth Dahl and Mark Zweig’s collection represents a wide selection from Kähler’s rich, historical repertoire. There are pieces by among others Svend Hammershøi, Karl Hansen Reistrup, Jens Thirslund, etc. .....A number of the lots at auction at Lauritz.com come from ceramicist Hans Jørgen Knudsen’s unique collection, which after his death came to be owned by the private foundation, Rødeledfonden. The foundation sold a large number of the pieces from Hans Jørgen Kundsen’s collection at Lauritz.com in 2007, where Lisbeth Dahl and Mark Zweig acquired a wide range of very exclusive objects.
Kähler Keramiske Fabrik was established back in 1839, when potter Herman Kähler opened a workshop for tiled stoves and kitchenware at Kählers Bakken in Næstved, Denmark. But this is not the Herman Kähler whom today we associate with Kähler and who made the factory famous. This rather is his son Herman A. Kähler, who lends his name to the signature on the underside of the products......
A wide range of distinguished Danish cultural personalities, artists and ceramicists have been associated with Kähler over time. For example, H.A. Brendekilde, L.A. Ring, P.S. Krøyer, Thorvald Bindesbøll, Svend Hammershøi, Kai Nielsen and more recently, for instance, Cecilie Manz, Louise Hindsgavl and Ursula Munch-Petersen.