Cheshire Antiques Consultant
Cheshire Antiques Consultant is located in Chester, UK
Original Art Nouveau Eichwald Pottery Green Glazed Rocket Flower Vase
Secure Payments By
1 Fine Original Art Nouveau Eichwald Pottery Green Glazed Rocket Flower Vase. With geometric shapes & rings of floral decorations around the sides. So interesting & very unusual with a futuristic design as it has a rocket shaped base. With the Eichwald stamp underneath. Bernard Bloch was a pre-eminent entrepreneur in the field of ceramics in the late 19th early 20th century in Bohemia. The company was one of the few that continued to produce majolica after World War I. Under the Treaty of Versailles, Czechoslovakia was created from territories of both Germany and the Austro-Hungarian Empire. B. Bloch & Company was renamed Eichwald Porcelain and Stove Factory in 1920. The factory was confiscated by the Nazis during the Second World War. The town of Eichwald is now named Dubi. Made from ceramic pottery. Finely glazed. Circa beginning of 20th century 1900's. Provenance bought from out of a fine private collection. Viewings are welcome by appointment only for customer support please send a message thankyou. Cash upon collection. Browse our other exciting collections available in our shop gallery happy shopping. Dimensions in inches & centimetres approximate 3.74" Length depth at base( 9.5cm) 8.14" High (20.7cm) 4.13" Width of bottom base (10.5cm) 2.36" Top opening width (6cm)
Cheshire Antiques Consultant has clarified that the Original Art Nouveau Eichwald Pottery Green Glazed Rocket Flower Vase (LA352654) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being Art Nouveau
Condition report. Offered in fine used condition. Having some various noticeable stains, wear, grazing, cracking, glaze touch ups in places, pinholes marks & very small chips commensurate with usage & old age.
International worldwide shipping is available please ask for a quote.
This Original Art Nouveau Eichwald Pottery Green Glazed Rocket Flower Vase is located in Chester, UK