Friedrich Deusch silver overlay vase, shape designed by Prof Franz Joseph Karl.

Stock Number: – OWA3164

Date: – Circa: 1955-60

Materials: – Bavarian/German Porcelain. The silver from Schwåbisch Gmünd studios of Friedrich Deusch

Country of Origin: – Germany

Description: – A scarce and stylised Bavarian porcelain vase, superbly decorated in the silver studios of Friedrich Deusch. The striking black, white & silver design is in-keeping with a series of designs by Prof Karl in collaboration with Hans Neurer porcelain company. 

Size: – The vase is 11.5cm tall and weighs 135g. 

Condition: – The porcelain and silver are in very good condition without any chips, cracks, losses or restoration. The silver may have slight surface scratches due to 65 years of loving care and cleaning. The interior of the vase appears to be discoloured but this is due to image. The interior of the vase is bright white porcelain.

History & Marks: – The shape used by Hans Neuerer Porcelain was initially designed by Designed by Prof Franz Joseph Karl (b 1899 Hungary – d 1969 Germany). The silver has the traditional Deusch Coffee Pot mark along with the silver being stamped 1000 very lightly to the low rim, as can be seen in the images..

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Additional information

Weight .135 kg