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Czech Multi Coloured Spatter Lidded Jar with Green Aventurine

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    Posted 8 years ago

    mhgcgolfclub
    (30 items)

    A multi coloured spatter lidded jar with green aventurine not sure of maker. The jar has a cased inner white layer. There are 4 dimples / bumps around the jar. There is a rough pontil mark .
    Height 5.75", diameter 4.5" and weighs 470gm

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    1. welzebub, 8 years ago
      I am of the opinion that the style and colors of the spatter décor on this piece indicate it was produced by Franz Welz. I have a couple of pieces in this décor in my Welz collection. Nice example....
    2. mhgcgolfclub mhgcgolfclub, 8 years ago
      Thanks

      The only couple of similar items I could find with green aventurine were attributed to Franz Welz

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