Posted 1 year ago
Here are three examples of jugendstil era production from Ferdinand von Poschinger, ca. 1899-1900. In dark violet and dark blue glass, mold blown and shaped with matte iridescence; painted in flat opaque enamels in a variety of floral motifs. The most recent find, on the left, is unmarked, but is identical in shape to the second (blue) one, which is marked in the typical manner, as is the third example. The last photo shows the marks present within the polished pontil marks of the last two bowls. The marks and decors are documented in Das Boehmisches Glas, Band V, as well as in Glaeserner Jugendstil aus Bayern, by Christiane Sellner.