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Post by styleinvasion on November 25th 2012, 2:12 pm

                             

two handled wilhelmsfeld jaspis / goebel vase with, in my opinion well done glaze...
stamped underneath with the wilhelmsfeld jaspis stamp and numbered 4132

the jaspis means that jasper a quarz has been used in the glaze. that's what i found so far...
but i found different informations about the age:
used between 1915-1919 and used in the 1920s
is it possible to date it propper?
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Goebel Signed Vase

Post by Adam20 on March 13th 2013, 3:47 pm

Here is a Goebel vase with marks to base for 1930s to 50s - has lovely raised pattern on what seems to be a molded body - has signature I cant make out. Any ideas.

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Re: GOEBEL & HUMMEL

Post by styleinvasion on March 13th 2013, 7:29 pm

designed by lotte sund
written in sütterlin script
mark used 1923 - 1937?
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"Art Deco" period napkin holder with two pidgeons - Goebel 1935-49

Post by rocco on December 7th 2014, 8:10 pm

Nice Art Deco period (I would think 1930s) napkin holder, with pidgeon on each side, 18 cm wide, 14 cm high.
Impressed mark to the base, some numbers and an indistinctive symbol (maker's mark?) in the middle.
Bought in Vienna, so not unlikely of Austrian or at least continental origin...

Not my usual area of interest, so any help with ID highly appreciated! :-)

Thanks,
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Re: GOEBEL & HUMMEL

Post by bistoboy on December 8th 2014, 10:22 am

Goebel 1935-49
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Re: GOEBEL & HUMMEL

Post by bistoboy on December 8th 2014, 4:24 pm

no worries - and i think although it's triangular, it's possibly a spill holder vase rather than a napkin holder.
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GOEBEL

Post by dantheman on December 8th 2014, 4:47 pm

Goebel is the mark used by W. Goebel Porzellanfabrik of Oeslau, Germany, now Rodental, Germany. The company was founded by Franz Detleff and William Goebel in 1871. It was known as F&W Goebel. Slates, slate pencils, and marbles were made. Soon the company began making porcelain tableware and figurines. Hummel figurines were first made by Goebel in 1935 and are now being made by another company. Drawings of children at work and play by Berta Hummel, then known as sister Maria Innocentia, are the basis of all the Hummel figurines. Goebel is still in business

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