Anik, Christine: I do not _like_ labels !
Of course I know they are important for ID, especially of items old enough when nobody has done such tremendous job as some documenting information as long as it is possible..
Personally, for example with this piece, in my eyes the yellow glow of the label spoils the beautiful shine and glow through the ribbing. But I guess I'll have to let it be. :huh: I would rather have it in the base well.
Jindrich: I would not find proper words to express the admiration, appreciation and gratitude I feel for you all (Marcus, you and Max as well as others) for the work you do even in my mother tongue, let alone in English. And it is wonderful despite of all the lack of time you must be facing you still bother to spread the pieces of information here at GMB!
I was very happy to find my vase in Marcus' book. Then even happier to find out that you had solved where it is from.
And now I am extremely happy to see the original beautiful drawing! THANK You. :rah:
Edit: P.S. added: Oh, Christine, thanks for the "jardinière" description. I knew jardin is garden in French but still.... :usd: