Posted 1 year ago
This is a post on some examples of German-identified Jugendstil glass. I do not really collect it but have a few examples.
I made a mistake on a post by Mac, calling his vase Schliersee. It's actually Steigerwald . Both companies occupy one case in the Passau Museum, and are covered in PMC V.
I will post the pictures from the PM. Meanwhile, the first two are Steigerwald and the second two Schliersee. The first 3 are 10"; the last 0ne , only 8".
The 3rd vase is actually being offered on E-Bay as French enameled glass.
The grapes on the 4th are actually etched. I have seen a variant where each bunch of grapes (it has three) has a different color.
There's no category for German Jugendstil glass; therefore, I have used the Bohemian glass category.