Paul Dachsel Co. Art Nouveau Earthenware Vase With Stylized Windflowers
Model no. 111, circa 1906-07
Of flower form, with a bulbous mouth, waisted neck, and globular body, decorated with plum and blue colored stylized blossoms and leaves, which emanate form long slender gilt stems, in bas relief, against a mottled light blue and white ground, heightened with gilt, printed stamp mark. Height 11 3/4 inches.
John Cobabe, Redondo Beach, CA, at The Triple Pier Show, NYC, March 13, 1999.
Literature: Ceramics from the House of Amphora 1890-1915, by Richard L. Scott, Jan Mergl and Lenka Merglova Pankova, p. 245, fig. 449 and 450, for a color illustration of two other vases of this model.
C The Flower Family Collection
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