Craig, of course you can use my pictures for your site, but I´ll have to ask for Mr. Baumann´s
permission regarding his.
Thanks for your link to the CW articles. Once more it´s a minefield...
I´m aware I almost, apart from the word ´presumably´, did the same a few answers ago -
basing a maker´s theory on colour schemes. But there´s a difference in Leah´s examples
she´s already described herself - the yellow interior of the lifelight.
And having a closer look I also seem to spot some powder blue spatter in the lifelight, too.
(Or do I see some blue in the labelled Rückl, too?)
So while the other examples may possibly be by the same maker, there´s more than one
difference to the lifelight. Further these come in other decors / colours which have been used
by Welz - striped uranium and honeycomb pattern.
To me there are more details pointing towards Welz than Rückl, although I´m quite fascinated
they made such a very similar decor.
Here´s BTW another vase in these colours - (cadmium) yellow interior, oxblood and powder
blue spatter. Shape looks welz-ish to me, but then again... I collect Welz and I want to believe...