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Huge Gouda Style Vase (marked Japan)

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Posted 4 years ago

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One of my personal treasures - a huge, heavy pot/vase, approx. 13" tall by the same width - super bright colors - Gouda-style, but marked Japan, so not Gouda. But just gorgeous, nonetheless!

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  1. MsDowAntiques MsDowAntiques, 4 years ago
    To learn all about Gouda Pottery -- check out this awesome website: http://www.goudadesign.co.uk/page1.html
  2. PhilDavidAlexanderMorris PhilDavidAlexanderMorris, 3 months ago
    That is a beautiful vase. I don't know if you have gone to my site lately since I added the page 1174 from the Ency. of Bronzes 1830-1930. The site you directed me to was removed by the creators since they found they were not made by Gerdago. Gerdago never worked in Spelter, only bronze. They were originally made in 1930 by Henri Fugere who was an art deco sculptor mainly working with dancers and pixie figures. I also show the Ignacio Gallo who sculpted the pixie lamps with Millefiori shades.

    http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/110171-bookend-lamp-contemplar-by-henri-fuge?in=user

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