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European Art Pottery1885 of 2101AUSTRIA VASE WITH DEER HEAD NUMBER 12071hans de jong poettery 70s
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    Posted 10 years ago

    artislove
    (143 items)

    these zebras are made for supporting books but i dont use them for that purpose i just enjoy the black and white and their gracious pose the signature is clear but i dont know who made them and where

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 10 years ago
      Nice items. Leopold Anzengruber, I think. It reads Anzengruber under the glaze and the monogram is his first name "Leo".
      Wher's Amanda Addams?
      Anzengruber Keramik Wien.
      http://www.ceramicum.at/?id=4&bid=4

      I've got this figure and another one too from the "student series":
      http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/41787-leopold-anzengruber-keramik-wien-c-1950



    2. artislove artislove, 10 years ago
      wow thats fast thanx for the documentation vetraio 50 you really know a lot
    3. artislove artislove, 9 years ago
      many thanks sarahof vintagemad fantastischglas bratjd ozmarty hunter and czechman!

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