Inventory Number C0188

Size 13" H x 5" W

Material Stoneware

Period Art Nouveau

Country of Origin Germany

Year Made c. 1900

Condition Excellent

An example of lead-glazed slipware by Max Laeuger, this vibrantly colored vase depicts long-stemmed orange flowers in low relief against a background of bubbly green and inky black. Laeuger was well-known for incorporating similar decorations and motifs in the 1890s. Most of his ceramics were produced at the workshop of J. Armbruster in Kandern.

Marks: Stamped artist's cipher, MKL, GESETZL. GESCHZT, inscribed 72, H, Maison Moderne paper label on base.

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