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WMF Myra Form Nr. J.304 with original retail store label, ca. 1935

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Luster21 of 282Quezal Gold Iridescent Vase c. 1910Victor Durand Genie Vase
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Posted 4 years ago


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Another stunning piece to treasure... and fear. Delicate, beautiful, and labor-intensive to produce, this piece came from a seller in Italy, and has an original retail store paper label from Sarteur & Co, Roma (Rome) - if anyone knows anything about this retailer, please let me know. Photo number 4 is a scan from a 1935 WMF catalogue, as reprinted in the Arnoldsche book WMF Ikora & Myra Glass, by Carlo Burschel and Heinz Scheiffele.


  1. AmberRose AmberRose, 4 years ago
    So beautiful.
  2. magdalenagirl magdalenagirl, 4 years ago
    It is beautiful. I know what you mean about fragile, I have a vase where the rim is so fine and thin that at first I thought it was chipped but it was made that way and the iridescence is almost like onion skin on the rim. I can imagine that one little teeny bump would shatter it.

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