Friedrich Spahr: An aesthetically pleasing silver overlay plaque

Friedrich Spahr: An aesthetically pleasing silver overlay plaque

Code: OWA1257

£485.00 Approx $603.99, €565.93
 

Stock Number: – OWA1257

Date: - Circa 1950s

Materials: – Hutschenreuther Porcelain &  Friedrich Spahr Schwåbisch Gmünd silver

Country of Origin: – Germany

Description: – A striking & aesthetically pleasing Hutschenreuther porcelain plaque, decorated in the silver studios of Friedrich Spahr with a stunning study of stylised flowers in enamels and silver overlay upon a black ground. The silver is marked Spahr 1000 to the rim. The Hutschenreuther porcelain marks were used between 1948 – 1970

Size & Weight: – The Plaque is 32.5cm across the rim and weighs 985g

Condition: – The porcelain has no chips, cracks, hairlines, crazing, losses or restoration. The silver is in great order without any losses to the body. Obviously after 70 years of care there are very minor surface scratches to the silver following those years of love, care and attention. 

Photography: - Please look at the images as they show a true status of this delightful plaque. There are some light reflections seen following the photography and are not discolourations to the glaze.

History & Marks:– This Hutschenreuther porcelain plaque has the porcelain mark used between 1948-70. The Silver is stamped Spahr 1000 to the rim as seen on the images.

Declaration:– This plaque is original Hutschenreuther German Porcelain from the time period described. The silver overlay is that from the Schwåbisch Gmünd silver studios of Friedrich Spahr.

 

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