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    Posted 7 years ago

    MrsWarren
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    I have been trying to research E. Feix, but to no avail. The pair look to be from the art nouveau period, but maybe not? They measure 3" tall, no chips, cracks, repairs, or crazing. Any ideas?

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    Comments

    1. AmberRose AmberRose, 7 years ago
      I easily could agree with icollectglass but that gold top is sooooooo Austrian.
    2. MrsWarren MrsWarren, 7 years ago
      Interesting. Yes, IcollectGlass, I have heard of that hobby. AmberRose now you have piqued my interest.
    3. AmberRose AmberRose, 7 years ago
      I love your eclectic mix you have posted so far. Looking forward to seeing and enjoying more!
    4. MrsWarren MrsWarren, 7 years ago
      Thank AmberRose. I don't really have one specific interest anymore. I just like going to antique malls and yard sales. It is always cool to see something and know it is good, then look it up and see 'how' good it is! ;}
    5. vetraio50 vetraio50, 7 years ago
      On the net there are a few items by "E. Feix".
      One days this:
      "Violet clusters with green and gold stems radiate from the center on a cream ground with green leaves at the gold borders. You can find this pattern in Alan Reed’s Encyclopedia of Pickard China, Plates 816 and 817. All are the hand painted talent of artist E. Feix who worked for both Pickard and Stouffer studios in Chicago.
      Jean Pouyat J.P. Limoges France mark 5, 1890 - 1932 and Stouffers hand painted mark 4, 1906 - 1914."




    6. AmberRose AmberRose, 7 years ago
      Good one V! I was way off!
    7. MrsWarren MrsWarren, 7 years ago
      vetraio50,
      Your comment and information is so helpful. I appreciate it.
      Mrs. Warren
    8. MrsWarren MrsWarren, 7 years ago
      vetraio50,
      I hope you get to see this. Due to your vast knowledge of Pickard, I was able to sell this item for what I am sure is much more than I originally expected. I appreciate your brain and expertise! Much thanks.

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