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"DECHIWO DEVILS" RARE ANTIQUE WELLER DECHIWO JARDINIERE WITH DANCING SATYR DESIGN SIGNED R. LORBER

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    Posted 8 years ago

    vintagelamp
    (1100 items)

    Known as "Dechiwo Devils" (Satyrs)

    Intricately designed, early, rare Lorber Dechiwo design of Weller art pottery depicting faun creatures playing in a woodland setting. It is in great condition without chips, cracks or repairs. The simple brown stain with hand rubbed lightened accents enhance the detailed portrayal of Lorber's mythical satyr scene making this large jardiniere an impressive piece. Made in America before 1914. Signed R (Rudolph) Lorber.

    On the internet:

    The name De-Chi-Wo was coined to note three themes in the Dechiwo line, including De-devils (satyrs), Chi-children, and Wo-women.

    Rudolph Lorber (b. 1873) was an Austrian-born ceramics modeller who was living at 97 Russell Street, Dresden in the 1901 census.
    Later in 1901 he moved to the small Ohio town of Tiltonsville, where he designed for the Vance Faience Co. pottery.
    By 1904 he was in Zanesville, Ohio, where he modelled for the Weller Pottery Co. Apparently in between, September, 1903, to be more exact, he was back in Longton, where he married Maud Sadler.

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    Comments

    1. Celiene Celiene, 8 years ago
      Amazing!
    2. vintagelamp vintagelamp, 8 years ago
      Nicefice, Thank you!
      Celiene, Thank you!
      Straight from and estate sale a few hours ago
    3. racer4four racer4four, 8 years ago
      Wow. Wonderful Weller.
      What a return!!
    4. vintagelamp vintagelamp, 8 years ago
      racer, I just couldn't leave this behind. Thank you!
    5. SEAN68 SEAN68, 8 years ago
      this is keeper!!
    6. vintagelamp vintagelamp, 8 years ago
      SEAN, Could not believe that I found this and got $200 off of the price! Thank you!
    7. vintagelamp vintagelamp, 4 years ago
      MsCrystalShip,
      Yes, I love them also! Was able to find this at a neighbor's estate sale. The smaller version is no going for less than I paid for this large version. TY!!!!

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