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Vase Dagobert Peche Gmunden Ceramics Model 290 Made circa 1919

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Elegant vase  made of cream white ceramics / glazed and partially black painted very interesting stylized pattern Bibliography: Waltraud Neuwirth, Markenlexikon fuer Kunstgewerbe, vol.3 , Wiener Keramik (Modelle 1906-13), (= Encyclopedia of Marks of Applied Arts / Viennese Ceramics - models 1906-13) , page 206 manufactured circa 1919 Designed by Dagobert Peche, circa 1912 Dagobert Peche (3rd April 1887 - 16th April 1923) was an Austrian artist and metalworker designer. After having studied in Vienna, Peche made a study trip to Great Britain where he learned to know the technique of black-white design of graphic artist Aubrey Beardsley (1872–1898) which influenced his work strongly then. Peche was in Rome, too, during year 1912. After his stay in Rome Peche worked for magazine 'Kunst und Dekoration' (= 'Art and Decoration' / edited in Darmstadt): He was very productive, having created designs for wallpapers, woven fabrics, further for works made by lace bobbins and embroideries, for jewelleries, works of ivory, frames for mirrors, even for furniture pieces, ceramics, paperworks, metal objects and fashion. Climax of Peche's work was the cooperation with Josef Hoffmann (1870–1956) as from the year 1915 when he was engaged to work on behalf of WIENER WERKSTAETTE. Sadly Dagobert Peche died very early - at age of 36 - in Moedling near Vienna. Diameter: 4.33 inches (= 11.0 cm) Height: 7.01 inches (= 17.8 cm) Hallmarked: Mark of Gmunden Ceramics (GK) model number 290 Condition: Excellent / there aren't any damages existing ! there aren't any hairlines, cracks, chips etc. existing - the reflexions visible on vase's surface derive only from flashlight as well as from glaze on vase's surface.  

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  • Condition
    Excellent. there aren't any damages existing ! there aren't any hairlines, cracks, chips etc. existing - the reflexions visible on vase's surface derive only from flashlight as well as from glaze on vase's surface.
  • Dimensions

    H 7.01 in. x Dm 4.33 in.

    H 17.81 cm x Dm 11 cm

  • Diameter
    4.33 in. (11 cm)
  • Seller location
    Vienna, AT
  • Reference number
    LU101448860083

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