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Author Topic: 3-section salad bowl, possibly a Brockwitz pattern. ID = Inwald  (Read 250 times)

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Offline LinzH

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I have no history for this bowl, other than my mum picked it up in a charity shop a few years ago because she thought it was unusual.

The bowl measures 25cm diameter and approx. 7cm tall.  It has a fixed glass divider sectioning the bowl into three, similar to those in the bowls in the 1931 Brockwitz catalogue, tafel 41. (on glas musterbuch)

The reason I say that it looks like a Brockwitz pattern is because there is a plate and a dish in the 1926 Brockwitz catalogue that looks to be incredibly similar. (also on glas musterbuch) Tafel 061, No 8070 & Tafel 88, No 9017.

It is similar to Davidson design 303519 but it doesn't have the patterning along the bands.

If anybody has any ideas I'd be grateful.

Lindsey

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Re: 3-section salad bowl, possibly a Brockwitz pattern
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2019, 11:37:53 AM »
Just answered my own question!  ;D

Found it in a Josef Inwald catalogue, pattern 6891, c.1925-1935.
Lindsey

 

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