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Art Nouveau353 of 3261Art Nouveau Harrach Formos Vase, Early 1900Friedrich (Fritz) Wilhelm Heckert-OTTO THAMM, CENTRE PIECE BOWL,  Circa 1902
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    Posted 4 years ago

    hszafran
    (2 items)

    This was given to my grandfather in Lowell, Massachusetts, along with several other items, by his employer, a well-to-do woman who often gifted him with lavish, if outdated, objects. ANY legitimate information would be greatly appreciated!!

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    1. Junkman60 Junkman60, 4 years ago
      It looks to be from the 1920s art deco period and probably made in Italy
    2. Manikin Manikin, 4 years ago
      Beautiful !
    3. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 4 years ago
      Some damage I see to shade. These were made in the early 1920's and probably in Italy where this type of alabaster was being heavily used at the time.
    4. hszafran, 4 years ago
      Thanks for the info, y'all! I had narrowed it down to '20s Italy, but I'm no expert. I appreciate you corroborating that information. :)

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