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European Art Pottery428 of 981Yet another mystery vaseGerman Vase Hutchenreuther 1814
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Posted 12 months ago

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SusanneDalby
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Mystery vase bought in brussels in 2011. I simply love this vase but I have no idea WHO made this or how old this is...so please help if you can.

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  1. SusanneDalby, 12 months ago
    Hello, I hope there is some pottery lovers out there who can tell me a Little bit about this vase.
  2. vetraio50 vetraio50, 12 months ago
    No signature?
  3. vetraio50 vetraio50, 12 months ago
    Very striking decoration!
  4. SusanneDalby, 12 months ago
    Hello vetraio, no sadly there is no signature at all the vase is 25 cm high and has a diameter of 12 cm
  5. sarahoff sarahoff, 11 months ago
    Can you show us a pic of the base?
  6. sarahoff sarahoff, 11 months ago
    I think it could be Scandinavian, is the bottom covered in a dark glaze?
  7. SusanneDalby, 11 months ago
    Hello Again, YES !!! the bottom is covered in a dark glaze but there are neither numbers, marks or names ...
  8. SusanneDalby, 11 months ago
    sarahoff.... you were absolutely right about the bottom being covered in a dark glaze, does this mean you know more about who made it and where it was made ?
  9. sarahoff sarahoff, 11 months ago
    If you can post a photo of the bottom I may be able to help more. It reminds me of mid century Scandinavian pottery many of which have dark glazed bottoms.
  10. toolman, 7 months ago
    hi
    if you still have this vase try Google for stig lindberg from Sweden worked for gustavsberg
    hope this helps
    tooolman

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