Posted 2 years ago
After opinion from others members and research much deeper in the right direction, I concluded ; i was completely wrong with my attribution to Fritz Heckert, Ive look at hundred of picture of Helios decor and similar glass construction, this vase seems to have all it`s need to be attributed to Ferdinand von Poschinger (Buchenau), from early 1900
Another one being in the mail for quite some time, almost a month, very happy is finally home.
Possibly a new Fritz Heckert early shape, decor and dek, this vase have everything to be Heckert, first the vase as deep ground polished pontil with an etching mark, that include, ``f h, number 33 and another series of number 119``, why so many number, the reason is simple, the vase as a dek on, almost fade out, but we see it specially the top part of the vase, and sure the shape number, now witch is witch, that a mystery for now, even the letter f h, are hard to figure, i post this vase on another group prior to receive it, the comments are 50% not Heckert and 50% Hecker, I re-post tonight with lot more pictures, will see.
Now, the ground color is Yellow Gold with a Papillon look/texture finish, the vase as swirl incrustation in the glass going up to down at 9 time around it, this technical aspect of the glass, could be the ancestor of the changeant type decor, the bottom is just fabulous to look, i will definitely find out more as the time past, because it's a keeper.
Stand at 8.50 inches by 4.25 inches wide.
MANY THANKS TO larksel, AND Bambus1920 FOR THERE HELP TO CLARIFY THIS ID, VERY MUCH APPRECIATED.