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Ferdinand von Poschinger Enameled Vase c. 1900

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Luster177 of 297Loetz 3-handle pieces in marbled greenSmall antropomorphic "Bronze" vase, Thomas Webb and Sons (Chirstopher Dresser attr., ca. 1878)
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Posted 1 year ago

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LoetzBuddies
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Another Poschinger listed here because there is no German Section on CW. Nicely decorated with flowers and leaves rising from a watery base. Dark violet/ purple iridescent body. Polished pontil. 10 inches high.
Signed : H 12. The present head of Poschinger says they do not know what the letters and numbers on the bottom mean. I think possibly the decorator's inital (H for Betty Heldrich).
F.W.F

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  1. dasullywon dasullywon, 1 year ago
    You're right, Frank; I think there should be a German glass category too.

    This is a nice one - the decoration is very well done. Very Jugendstil.
  2. Moonstonelover21 Moonstonelover21, 1 year ago
    Gorgeous!!!
  3. cogito cogito, 1 year ago
    That's the Hedrich "H" mark. Nice piece.
  4. LoetzBuddies LoetzBuddies, 1 year ago
    Thanks All for comments.
  5. LoetzBuddies LoetzBuddies, 1 year ago
    cogito : Glad you agree the H is for the decorator Hedrich. Wouldn't you think that Count Benedick von Poschinger would know that also ???
  6. Greatsnowyowl Greatsnowyowl, 1 year ago
    Often the people who are running modern glassworks know very little about prewar operations. they tend to leave that to the scholars rather than delve into it themselves. They have the museums and old glass and the records but they don't study it/them.
  7. cogito cogito, 1 year ago
    GSO is correct. Most of the scholarship and discovery is left to the collectors these days. There are a few museum operations that provide excellent work, but nothing generally comes from the manufacturers themselves.
  8. Project_Harrach Project_Harrach, 1 year ago
    Very nice, this was the first Poschinger decor/shaped vase I purchased around 15 years ago. Now I have two, one is a smaller version of the same, with the second one being fairly large. Both are similarly signed.

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