Friedrich Deusch: Josephine glass vase designed by Alexander Pfohl

Friedrich Deusch: Josephine glass vase designed by Alexander Pfohl

Code: OWA1510

£365.00 Approx $454.55, €425.9
 

Stock Number: – OWA1510

Date: - Circa 1927

Materials:   Josephine Glassworks (Szklarska Poręba Poland - Lower Silesia) & Pure Silver Overlay from the Schwåbisch Gmünd silver studios of Friedrich Deusch

Country of Origin: – Poland-  For Historical information about the area in Poland see:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Szklarska_Por%C4%99ba

Description: – A very fine blue coloured cased-glass vase made in the Josephinenhütte Glassworks, the high quality lead crystal body has been decorated in the silver studios of Friedrich Deusch with a stylised floral design in fine silver overlay. 

Size & Weight: – The vase is 12.3cm tall & 10cm across the rim. The vase is 650g in weight. The silver is marked 1000/1000 to the upper rim,  an example of this design can be seen: 

Condition: – The vase is in Excellent with no damages or restoration to the glass. There are no losses to the silver overlay.

Photography: The glass vase and silver are in excellent condition the slight colour discolouration and light spots seen on the body of the vase are  made in the photography and does not represent any changes to the body colour in reality. 

History & Marks: The silver is marked 1000/1000 to the upper rim,  an example of this design can be seen in: 

Ref: Stefania Zelasko, Josephine Glassworks “Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Modern” 1900-1950  page 292 & 293.                   ISBN 3-927218-92-8

Declaration: This vase approximately 90 years old and is as described.

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