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Art Deco vase Amphora

Large Art Deco vase signed Amphora (Czechoslovakia), ball-shaped with  flared neck, polychrome enamelled decoration representing antelopes and flowers on a mottled beige background. 30s.

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Height 26cm
Diameter 15cm at the neck
Weight 1,450 kg
Signature Stamp Amphora and serial number under the base

CSD1783

120,00 €

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AMPHORA
DURING PERIOD JUGENDSTIL, THE PRODUCTION OF CERAMIC IS VERY IMPORTANT IN AUSTRIA AND MORE PARTICULARLY IN the NORTH OF THE BOHEMIA, IN THE REGION OF TEPLICE. AMPHORA WAS CREATED IN 1892 BY THREE FRIENDS, REISSNER, STELLMACHER AND KESSEL. AT the BEGINNING, THE COMPANY WAS CALLED RSTK. AFTER THE DEPARTURE OF STELLMACHER in 1905, THE FACTORY TAKEN THE NAME OF AMPHORA.NUMEROUS ARTISTS DREW MODELS FOR THE BRAND. WE CAN QUOTE PAUL DACHSEL (TOWARDS 1880-?) AND ALSO THE SCULPTOR OTTO JARL (1856-1915 ) WHO COLLABORATED MORE OFTEN WITH THE PORCELAIN FACTORY OF MEISSEN.

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