Wächtersbach/Waechtersbach

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Wächtersbach/Waechtersbach

Post by Pip on November 13th 2009, 5:10 pm

I think this is absolutely GORGEOUS - the form is so elegant.

A Waechtersbach 'Urania' series handled vase designed by Ursula Fesca in the 1950s.


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How about this?

Post by climberg64 on June 5th 2011, 10:18 pm




I liked the 60's cartoon. Is it Hummel?

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Crackle Pedestal Bowl. Mark I thought was Royal Copenhagen or Vienna but no

Post by treasure.hunter.D on August 16th 2012, 5:37 pm

Hey guys. This lovely crackle pedestal bowl is another piece of the collection I am working on. Sheesh, it seems that this week is the week for pieces I can't identify on my own. Anyway, I initially saw it and thought Royal Copenhagen and then Royal Vienna when I decided it wasn't Copenhagen but I don't think now either is correct. It's an absolutely beautiful piece so someone with skill made it. I'm starting to think it may be Asian and that would suck as it would just be another piece of this collection that has turned out to be a copy. This gentleman that owns this collection has good taste but it seems bad luck in finding copies instead of originals lol. That's just me being bitchy lol as this collection is huge and although I know it is in there somewhere I have yet to find the "huge" piece that will just blow me away and be worth all the work this is. Any help as always appreciated. Thanks







Extra info from Volker (vhb64):

It´s the mark of the Wächtersbach Kunstabteilung / art department,
in the 1920s, when E.Schweitzer became director of the art department,
after Neureuther´s death. Crackle glazes are typical for the Schweitzer period until the end of the decade, ignored by collectors for many years but re-evaluated during the last years.
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Re: Wächtersbach/Waechtersbach

Post by styleinvasion on August 16th 2012, 6:50 pm

this stunner should be a christian neureuther design...
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Waechtersbach cups and saucers

Post by vintagebreda on December 11th 2013, 7:39 pm

Waechtersbach cups and saucers

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Waechtersbach Western Germany bowls

Post by olipayton on September 28th 2016, 8:17 am

A nice set of bowls that I picked up the other day

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