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Majolica Amphora Vase with Putties by B. Bloch, Bohemia, circa 1890

US$1,950

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Large, one of a kind Art Nouveau Majolica vase made by the famous majolica/ ceramic manufactory of Bernhard Bloch in Bohemia around 1890. This unique shaped majolica vase is adorned by two lovely "putties" sitting on the edge and building artful "handles" at the same time. A wonderful floral design was scratched by hand and colored in a light blue tone. A breathtaking piece of bohemian majolica art, giving the spectator the impression of a metal vase with beautiful patina. Marked on the bottom with the famous stamp "BB" as well as the early Mod. No. 117.

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