Posted 7 years ago
UPDATE: After finding photos of an original example of PN II-4470, I can confirm that the decor for this shade is Genre 4470. I have also since (a year later!) found the production number for this shade - namely, PN II-4822.
There are a number of lamp shades shown in the Series II Paper Pattern book by Jitka Lnenickova that have decors drawn on the pattern and described that match this shade (pulled leaf design with alternating pink or red spots). In fact, there is a color representation of a shade in this decor on the back of the dust cover for the Series II book - PN II-4470. Although this decor is not listed for this production number, the decor matches the design drawn on the paper pattern for PN II-4470, along with the description - "Gre. 4470 - 3 rosa punkte / 5 teilig elfenbein in Silberstaub getunkt/ blau opal & silber blatt / 5 rosa punkte" - which describes the ground as "Ivory dipped in silver dust". You can see the design elements right on the paper pattern in the last photo. I added a photo (see number 2) that shows that among the dark green threads, there is also blue opal. It is common for the decor to be drawn on, and named after, the PN for which it was designed, and it is also common for this decor to be found on other shapes, as well. The ivory ground glows bright green under black light. This small sized shade (4.5" tall) appears to be created to fit Tiffany-type "tulip" lamps.