Posted 2 years ago
1. Here is a set of vases in light green (Norma) with brown swirled inside, its called Ausf 154 and places them among the earliest three handle examples (thanks Loetz.com). The handles are a bit rustic rather than the square prefab rods you see on most pieces. none of these examples are signed.
2. The greens definitely have the most variety, mint, apple, forest, citron, and olive. The green can vary from opaque to transparent. Both green and orange are the most common colors. Most of the time the orange and green are signed with the cursive acid stamp or not signed at all
3. Oranges come in many shades and sometimes have a gradient effect (where the shade changes from orange to gold for example).
4. Blue-violet pieces are generally smaller in size and can vary from blue to violet (sometimes pinkish or grayish). As you can see they are equally rare so I tend to think of them as the same