Posted 6 months ago
In this bowl the spatter is cased between an inner and an outer layer of amber glass. It was then given a satin finish. You cans see the predominantly white spatter at the rim. Of course with an amber casing the white becomes beige and the colours muted. The outer casing is thicker than the inner casing.
Image two shows the bases of my only three examples, as the base of any spatter gives the best representation of it. In this case there is no clear indication whether or not they share a maker.
Image three shows the bowl with the pieces I bought six and seven years ago. I was incredibly pleased to trip over this bowl as I love the décor in spite of it remaining unidentified for so long.
Image four shows the candlestick with the 'same' shape made by Welz. The obvious differences between the two rule out Welz as a possible maker imo. Why would Welz want two versions of an oddball candlestick shape? If anyone has thoughts on ID I'd be happy to listen.
Diameter 22cm./8.5 inches