Posted 10 months ago
We bought this rare pair of bowls several years ago at the fair, I loved the naïve style of the transfer decoration. Both bowls are stamped with the back stamps 34b of Beatrix Adler book Wallerfanger Steingut. This mark dates the bowls after 1919 since at this year the legend made in Saar basin was added. Villeroy & Boch had made so different designs that I was not able to find nothing like these ones on the web. The green one has two medallions, one a couple having tea outdoors with a Thonet like furniture, I speculate they are Eugen and Octavie von Boch in their youth years https://www.villeroy-boch.asia/ru/korporacija/hashi-istopii/eugen-und-octavie-von-boch-und-der-hochzeitstisch.html , and the other is an elegant shepherd with a castle in the background. The red one has blueberries flowers and a medallion inside with a two store house, a bridge and a boat with a man perhaps in the Saar river and a thatched roof cottage.