Date: ca 1920
A pair of vases with a rare and elegant tulip-like shape. These Art Nouveau ceramic beauties have been drip-glazed in hues of plum, auburn and lilac, giving way to light blues and green with rust coloured accents. They have a slight iridescence.
They are marked with a ‘59’ to the base, which corresponds in full to the model made by the Thulin Faiencerie (earthen ware company) in Belgium nearby the city of Mons. The company was active between 1887 and 1991.
Dimensions: 29.5 cm high, 5 cm diameter opening, 16.5 cm at widest point, 945 g each
Condition: One of the vases is in perfect shape. There are some pinholes apparent in the glaze (occurs during production process). The other vase has a crack from the base going upwards; the low asking price reflects the price for the one good vase (the damaged one is practically given away).
NOTE: Please bear in mind that colours/hues may vary somewhat; depiction depends on lighting conditions, background, your screen resolution settings, etc. I have provided a photo of a light background as well.
Item cost: 35 €
Shipment costs & info:
This item will be shipped via post.be
Delivery in Belgium: 7,00 €
Delivery France, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands, UK: 17,00 €
Delivery other EU countries: 34,00
Delivery rest of Europe/USA /Med. basin: 34,00 €
Delivery rest of world (most): 67,00 €
You may also pick up the item yourself (in Genval, Belgium) if convenient for you.