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Art Nouveau744 of 1427Rosenthal Art Nouveau Pitcher Tankard c1922. Do you recognize pattern or artist?GERMAN JUGENDSTIL: STEIGERWALD, SCHLIERSEE
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Posted 1 year ago

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Alfredo
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As I have stated, Schliersee and Steigerwald occupy one case in the PM. Schliersee has three shelves and Steiger only one, at the bottom.

Pic. 1: Top shelf Schliersee. Notice the similarity both to Harrach and to British glass.

Pic. 2: Schliersee enameled vase, same decor as mine.

Pic. 3: The one Steirgerwald shelf. Notice the vases on the left.

Pic. 4. A Steigerwald souvenir salt or toothpick holder, inscribed Munchen.

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  1. LoetzBuddies LoetzBuddies, 1 year ago
    Alfredo : Photo 1......... looks like Stuart "Albany" (UK).
  2. Alfredo Alfredo, 1 year ago
    Exactly. I remember Wayne Pattinson lecturing us on the difference, and there is one but I cannot remember it. Harrach also made this kind of decor.
  3. dragonflyjohn, 1 year ago
    No, not 'Albany' I'm afraid, this has a 'cloudy' vaseline type glass but 'Cairngorm' which is clear glass and may have green (most common ), amethyst, amber or clear roundels in one or two colours made by Stuart and Sons, Stourbridge, England, c. 1900.
  4. Alfredo Alfredo, 1 year ago
    Made a mistake: the toothpick in the last picture is a Schliersee piece, not Steigerwald.

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