Art Nouveau Vase Amphora Austria Tepliz Bohemia Organic Form Pottery Vase, Secession Style Jewel Flora Green and Blue, c 1900

CAD $118.00

Description

Offering an early 1900’s Austrian Amphora Art Nouveau Vase from the arts and crafts period. This piece was produced in what at the time was named Turn-Teplitz Bohemia Austria (now known as the Teplice region of the Czech Republic). Featuring textured surface, dark blue enamel florets on mottled beige, green and gray ground. This organic Arts & Crafts pattern is glazed inside and bears the quality stamp of the Crown, Austria Amphora and numbers 1 1850. 

Amphora Porcelain Works, run by Reissner, Stellmacher, and Kessel produced innovative pieces with high quality and interesting detail. Their styles and shapes demonstrated unique Art Nouveau , and were regarded as one of the best producers of secession style artistic design.

Approximately 7 inches tall and 4 1/2 inched wide from outside of handle to outside of handle.

This item is Antique and in very good condition for the age. Over the years some separation has occurred under the base of one protruding side; please see all pictures provided.  

All items are previously owned or vintage estate pieces. They are described as found. Because they come from previous owners they may have light scratches or very light wear. I will always describe any obvious flaws or any type of wear so you are well informed before buying. I take many pictures and I welcome you to ask as many questions as you like. Parcels are packed with foam, peanuts and bubble wrap for safe travel at no extra cost to you. The peanuts are biodegradable and I ask that you please try to recycle my packaging if possible. Together we can do our part in protecting our environment. Shipping costs are kept down without compromising the safety of the items. Combined shipping is always considered when making multiple purchases.

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