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    Posted 8 years ago

    AmberRose
    (364 items)

    Two pieces of pottery. Robert Maxwell and WMF. R Maxwell is growing in popularity and I will connect a link in the comments. Pretty interesting stuff. The vase is a beast, probably 20 inches plus tall.

    I am mostly familiar with WMF metal, a tiny bit of glass, but not much pottery. Looking pretty good. Fits in with all the West German pieces I am tracking.

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    1. AmberRose AmberRose, 8 years ago
      Here is the Robert Maxwell link:
      http://www.robertmaxwellceramics.com/1a_Collecting.html
    2. Moonstonelover21 Moonstonelover21, 8 years ago
      Wow...great finds...nice score!!
    3. SEAN68 SEAN68, 8 years ago
      stunning vases Amberrose :)
    4. AmberRose AmberRose, 8 years ago
      So fun and so different...thanks!
    5. SEAN68 SEAN68, 8 years ago
      your very welcome darling:)
    6. AmberRose AmberRose, 8 years ago
      Sean I bought a credenza for my house today. Danish rosewood will send a picture tomorrow
    7. AmberRose AmberRose, 8 years ago
      I will, just got it all cleaned up. Need to let the sun get brighter too :))
    8. AmberRose AmberRose, 8 years ago
      The Danes
    9. pickrknows pickrknows, 8 years ago
      Wow, great find A.R.! He's a true artiste! Very interesting link, and a beautiful piece!
      Love the W.German, I've been scoring bunches of it lately myself! Needing to get working on building some new display shelves!!
      Have a great week-end, & Happy Hunting!!
      Cheers!
      B
    10. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 8 years ago
      The mark for the WMF vase is very simmilar to the Ikora mark and I think it comes bak form the 20s and 30s. I've learnt that the tower is the symbol of Geislingen, so that's wherethe little vase was made in.

    11. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 8 years ago
      By the way: http://germanmodernism.com/articles/view/37
    12. AmberRose AmberRose, 8 years ago
      Very interesting Austro! I am trying to get myself educated on the German potters. I find it odd that WMF was cranking out these little pots throughout the Second World War.
      Picker, me too!
    13. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 8 years ago
      I guess the frame of time is that of the period when they used that mark... but I think yes, the factories would probably going on with production (although I guess ast a much smaller scale, as many of its workers would be fighting and the demand would certainly be smaller). I know Löetz kept on producing glass goods during WWI. As for WMF I think that during both WWI and WWII they switched to military goods production, so I guess the vase was made some time between 1936 and the begining of the war.

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