Author Topic: Gigantic 13"x 9" enamel jug, insects, snakes, drip trail rim. ID = Harrach  (Read 7532 times)

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Re: Gigantic 13"x 9" enamel jug, insects, snakes, drip trail rim. ID = Harrach
« Reply #70 on: January 28, 2013, 07:41:01 PM »
Hi Azelismia

the glass was from Harrach...Petr has confirmed the pattern no and sent me the scans from the book - I posted info earlier in the thread :)
m


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Don't worry m I'm not stalking you on glassmessages....I'm trying to reseach a vase and I came across this one which could be by the same artist as yours (so pleased you managed to id it in the end) ...in amongst the leaves is an enormous insect....

http://pinterest.com/pin/225743000042376639/
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Hi and thanks  for still remembering as I still don't know who enamelled it.
The one you link to is a lovely Emile Galle vase - if you click on that picture it takes you to one of my favourite sites for looking at gorgeous glass.
I'd love if it had been Galle but I'm sure it's not :)
thanks again for keeping an eye out.  I appreciate it :)
m


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Ooopps...sorry....thanks for ID !

I have found this (still reseaching my vase) looks like it might be the same hand....

http://katalog.auktionshaus-wendl.com/de/cmd/d/o/119.72-2756/auk/72/p/1/

Cheers, Mike.
Mike


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thank you Mike :)
I'll investigate some more with the link to possible Haida and the name I was given by Harrach for whom the jug was made.
Many thanks!
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I'm wondering if it's possible this was enamelled by Oskar Jummel for Fritz Heckert?  I came across a few pieces again today page 14 two glasses and page 15 some vases.  They seem similar in the way they've been enamelled although the only similarity in decoration is on the right hand one of the two glasses.
http://www.pressglas-korrespondenz.de/aktuelles/pdf/pk-2012-2w-zelasko-heckert-passau-2012-buch.pdf
Any thoughts much appreciated.
thanks for looking :)
m


 

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