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Art Nouveau2680 of 3124German Handerbeit cast picture of a Moroccan womanPlease help me identify this ewer vase!
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Posted 6 years ago

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I was very exited when i buy this Amazing chandelier and it was completed with his set of 3 shades in vaseline glass . Nice pure brass in Art Nouveau leaf form . Incredible original shape . I definitely Love this kind of Light . I try to find this model in a lot of old catalog that i have but with no ansver .
I decide to post this to everyone who like this kind of art .
* I never find a model like this before .


  1. miKKoChristmas11 miKKoChristmas11, 6 years ago
    Stunning is right!
  2. inky inky, 6 years ago
    I would love to find something like this, beautiful....:-)
  3. cogito cogito, 6 years ago
    Very nice, indeed! The metal work and jointing suggests less of a manufacturing, multiple production origin. Are the electrical sockets original? If so, were they European standard or US? This would be your first major clue as to the country of origin, after which you may be able to whittle down further clues to narrow your search.
  4. cogito cogito, 6 years ago
    BTW - I would classify this as more Art Nouveau than Arts & Crafts. The design features are decidedly Nouveau.
  5. JohannB JohannB, 5 years ago
    This is likely European, maybe Belgian or German. The style is Jugendstil, which is an Art Nouveau form which started in Germany in the 1890's. The shades may or may not be original, but they are period. Typically, European vaseline glass does not glow, as it did not have uranium in it. Check these ones out:
    Thanks for sharing!
  6. Hornet Hornet, 5 years ago
    Thanks , JohannB . cogito . inky . mikkochristmas11 . ad Bellini69 .
    Here sone link for other Lovely Chandelier in same style .
    or .
    [url=http://postimage.org/]picture sharing[/url]
    Sorry cogito : Typically, European vaseline glass does not glow, as it did not have uranium in it.
    Most of Europena Vaseline Glass have Uranium inside like Powell and shades produced for WAS Benson .
  7. Hornet Hornet, 5 years ago
    <a href='http://postimage.org/' target='_blank'><img src='http://s10.postimage.org/e7rnz9rd5/Lampadario_MArco_Agosti.jpg' border='0' alt="Lampadario MArco Agosti" /></a><br /><a target='_blank' href='http://postimage.org/'>picture sharing</a><br /><br />
  8. Hornet Hornet, 5 years ago
    Sorry Many wrong link :
    Here the right ones

  9. SomeonesTreasures SomeonesTreasures, 5 years ago
    Awesome find!
  10. JohannB JohannB, 5 years ago
    Yes, you are correct. James Powell was one of the exceptions, but even he did not use the amount of uranium as American glass companies. With European vaseline it was based on the color of the glass, not uranium as with American. I own both Eupean and Amercan glass, including Powell.

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