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Amphora

Coral Flash, ca. 1899

Hard Earthenware
13 3/4 × 5 1/2 in
34.9 × 14 cm
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New York
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Jason Jacques Gallery
New York
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Phosphorescent pink roots descent through the iridescent gunmetal blue and oxidized copper green …

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Phosphorescent pink roots descent through the iridescent gunmetal blue and oxidized copper green detritus decorate this elegant baluster form. Weird is the word. Amphora at its weirdest mastery of the wonderful and bizarre. Marks: stamped manufacturer's cypher; 3256; G.

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In 1892 Alfred Stellmacher, after 17 years as a leader in ceramics production, encouraged his son …

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In 1892 Alfred Stellmacher, after 17 years as a leader in ceramics production, encouraged his son and sons-in-law to establish a porcelain manufactory. Named for its owners Riessner, Stellmacher and Kessel (RSt&K), and also employing son-in-law Paul Dachsel, the firm consistently marked pieces with the word …

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Jason Jacques Gallery
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Phosphorescent pink roots descent through the iridescent gunmetal blue and oxidized copper green …

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Phosphorescent pink roots descent through the iridescent gunmetal blue and oxidized copper green detritus decorate this elegant baluster form. Weird is the word. Amphora at its weirdest mastery of the wonderful and bizarre. Marks: stamped manufacturer's cypher; 3256; G.

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In 1892 Alfred Stellmacher, after 17 years as a leader in ceramics production, encouraged his son …

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In 1892 Alfred Stellmacher, after 17 years as a leader in ceramics production, encouraged his son and sons-in-law to establish a porcelain manufactory. Named for its owners Riessner, Stellmacher and Kessel (RSt&K), and also employing son-in-law Paul Dachsel, the firm consistently marked pieces with the word …

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Amphora

Coral Flash, ca. 1899

Hard Earthenware
13 3/4 × 5 1/2 in
34.9 × 14 cm
Contact For Price
location
New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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