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Loetz Rosewater Sprinkler Phanomen Genre 6893 Prod Number 7646, an iconic shape.

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    Posted 11 years ago

    famatta127
    (207 items)

    Heres a shape that dates back to early Middle Eastern Turkey commonly known as a "Rosewater Sprinkler". Tiffany used it as well in their early production lines. A little uncommon, look closely at the line drawing and it shows this decor drawn in and even documents this color as "creta" or green with silver. Stands 10.5" tall.

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    1. Mrj303 Mrj303, 11 years ago
      Hmmmm...... interesting shape....... pretty
    2. vetraio50 vetraio50, 11 years ago
      Stunning! It reminds me of the carnivorous pitcher plant and the heart shape of the lip adds another dimension to this intersting form. Thanks for sharing! I find the German at the top of the drawing a little hard to discern. I love the way the dimples are suggested in the drawing too!

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