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Offline Anik R

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Re: Dating Czech booklet 1920s?
« Reply #10 on: October 05, 2011, 10:28:13 AM »
... the word document has Brychta as headmaster/director from 1948...

Ah, right.  When I clicked on Anne's last link last night, 'nothing' happened.  I didn't notice that a tab appears at the bottom of the screen...    Now I see that Brychta did indeed function as director. 

By the way, well done with identifying 'new' Schrotter designs.
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Re: Dating Czech booklet 1920s?
« Reply #11 on: October 08, 2011, 08:47:09 PM »
C looks Moser to me  :ooh:  :pb:

scroll down to # 618


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Re: Dating Czech booklet 1920s?
« Reply #12 on: October 08, 2011, 09:37:17 PM »
Hi Pamela,

That adds to the case a little  :o as I posted that piece in a separate thread and got:

Quote from:
Blumenvase „Fächer“ Nr. 4928
grĂĽnblaues Berylglas, Entwurf Lotte P. Moser 1925
Ludwig Moser & Söhne, Karlovy Vary [Karlsbad], 1928
aus Mergl 1997, S. 122

The auction states:
Böhmen, Karlsbad, Moser, Lotte P. Moserová 1925, 1950–1975. This data is repeated elsewhere.

Notice that Lotte P. Moserová (b. 1897) was the daughter Rudolf Moser so the designer name in PK is correct... What is puzzling are the 1928 and 1925 dates, does 25 refer to design date at 28 production? Clearly this vase was in production by 1929 and what is the significance of 1950-75. Manufactured again? She had relocated to France just before WW2 and stayed there.

Ref Mergl - Moser 1857-1997 via
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