Popular early lines included Cortina and Jaspatina, and the major designers were Cilli Wörsdörfer in the 1950s and Christiane Reuter in the 1960s. Wörsdörfer tended to produce pieces in matte glazes and somewhat sedate colors. Around the time Reuter took over as designer in 1960, Jasba started a line called Bunte Welt der Keramik (Colorful World of Ceramics), which featured brightly colored shiny glazes.
Jasba pieces were usually produced in off-white clay. Markings usually included the words West-Germany, either raised or impressed, within a rectangle. If the company name was present, it was generally found within an oval. Paper labels and metal foil labels were sometimes used, and occasionally wax labels can be found intact.
Jasba ceased production of art pottery in the 1970s, but the company is still in business today, primarily involved in the manufacture of tile.
From potsandpots.com, ginforsodditiques.com, petraonpottery.wordpress.com and anseta.com
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