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European Art Pottery37 of 2112San Giorgio - AlbisolaMade in Germany Pottery Vase
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    Posted 6 months ago

    modfather
    (165 items)

    always looking to learn something new and am clueless about these Holland (Gouda) pieces

    I like the colours and the shape

    this piece was included in a purchase I made of approximately 15 items

    appreciate any comments about the collectability of this mark etc ;-)

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    1. mp.kunst mp.kunst, 6 months ago
      On the bottom of your vase you can see the famous PZH logo. To this day still commonly known as the 'little house' or 'house'. It is in fact a representation of the Gate of Lazarus,. So this vase was made by Plateelbakkerij Zuid Holland (1898 - 1964) = "Plazuid or PZH"

      Decoration is called "Zomer". I guess from the 1920's.
    2. modfather modfather, 6 months ago
      thank you for the explanation, I just reading about the matte glazes used there ;-)

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