Posted 6 years ago
I'm one step closer to my goal of having one of each color of Loetz Phänomen Genre 6893 in my collection. This one has a Thea (Lemon Yellow) ground. PG 6893 is identified by threads drawn into a wave pattern in a mold (often a 16 part ribbed mold) giving the pattern its distinct ribbed appearance. Silver overlayed rim and decoration with a ground and polished pontil. The silver overlay is unmarked and in a jugendstil motif. 8.25" tall. 3" across base. 4" across widest width. The shape is PN I-7492. Circa 1898.
I now have PG 6893 in Cobalt, Rubin, Candia, Mountain Blue, Thea and Crete. Just need orange and metallic red and I'll have all the colors that this decor was made.