This beautiful vase with its green enamel sprinkled with metallic gray spots dates from the Art Deco period, between 1930 and 1950.
Its ovoid shape and mirror-like enamel make it a particularly beautiful work.
Under the foot, you’ll find the engraved signature “Ehrmann Meissen”, which not only dates it, but gives it a provenance: East Germany.
The town of Meissen is world-famous for its porcelain, but it is also the place to find top-quality glazed terracottas, as this vase attests!
Accidentally broken, I restored it using traditional Japanese lacquer, called Urushi, and 24-carat gold.
You can reuse this vase, or simply keep it as an object to admire.
It measures 18 cm in height, and is completely unique.
The Royal Meissen manufactory is the German equivalent of our Sèvres manufactory.
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