Posted 9 years ago
I welcome ANY information on this subject. Savoy China. No known books, magazines, or manufacturer. There are quite a number of them out there as you can see.I think 13 is the most color variations I have for one vase. Imagine if there are that many for all of them!
The first two pictures are part of my collection. The third picture I could use your help with. In many examples that I have, the "weeping gold" example is smaller than the "splatter" example. Is there a reason for this? Were the molds changed? My general understanding is that the weeping gold was earlier and when it became too expensive they went to the splatter or in some cases the brushed look.
The fourth picture adds another puzzle. The vase is Savoy China but the lamp is Deena China. I have some 50 lamps that are identical to their Savoy counterparts except they are molded to be lamps (not just vases capped with metal fittings). Deena China, Deena Artware, Deena Products, again no books, no catalogues...
You can see why I need your help ! Thanks !