Friedrich Deusch Persian inspired silver overlay glass vase

Friedrich Deusch Persian inspired silver overlay glass vase

Code: OWA3051

£395.00 Approx $491.91, €460.91
 

Stock Number: – OWA3051

Date: - Circa 1930

Materials: –  Probably Jean Beck Glass & Pure Silver Overlay from the Schwåbisch Gmünd silver studios of Friedrich Deusch

Country of Origin: – Germany 

Description: – A fine Jean Beck blue glass  vase decorated with a striking  complex Persian inspired design in thick  silver overlay. The silver shows a delightful flora and butterfly design.

Size & Weight: – The vase is 17cm tall & 7cm across the rim and weighs 235g.

Condition: – The vase is in Excellent condition with no damages or restoration to the glass. There are no losses to the silver overlay. As one would expect on a silver vase of this age, there are some micro surface scratches to the silver following 90 year of love, care and attention.

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 stamped 1000/1000 to the lower rim. The base has the Inventory mark 920..

Friedrich Deusch established a silver overlay workshop  in 1895 (Schwäbisch Gmünd ) Germany. Deusch exhibited silver overlay works at the  1907 World Exposition (EXPO) and was awarded a Silver Medal. He gained Gold at the 1913 World Exposition in Gent / Belgium for his sumptuous Silver Overlay Porcelain and glass.

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

 

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