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This is a gorgeous porcelain creamer from the famous German company, Zeh, Scherzer & Company. Decorated with dainty wild roses and fine gold scroll work along the scalloped ip and handle, it stands 3-1/2" tall and is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. This antique creamer carries the company's earliest mark, dating it to between 1880 and 1882.
Winterling - Bavaria - Winterling - Bavaria Wild Rose Creamer - Pink Roses,Green Leaves,Scalloped
Black Knight - Black Knight Wild Rose Creamer - Pink&Yellow Flower, Blue/Green Leaves
Harker - Harker Wild Rose (Royal Gadroon) Creamer - Royal Gadroon, Floral Center
Pink Roses ,Scalloped ,Ribbed ,White . Creamer in the Wild Rose-Scalloped (Coupe) pattern by Schumann - Bavaria
This item is a porcelain pierced handle bowl bottom marked, "Hand Painted, Nippon" with an "M" in a wreath done in green. The bowl is 1 5/8" deep by 7 3/8" wide at the handles, 6 3/4" across, with a bottom diameter of 4 1/4". The decoration consists of white wild rose blossoms and buds with green leaves and thorny stems. The background of the decoration is shaded yellow and the rim and handles are trimmed in unworn gold. The bowl has no wear or damage of any type. Please feel free to contact us with any
Sebring - Sebring Wild Rose (Square) Creamer - Golden Ware,Pink Wild Roses,Square
Royal Heidelberg - Royal Heidelberg Wild Rose (No Floral Ctr W/Verge) Creamer - No Floral Center ,Embossed ,Roses On Rim
Syracuse - Syracuse Wild Roses Creamer - Shell Edge Floral
The Weller Pottery Company was established in Zanesville, Ohio, in 1882, the outgrowth of a small one-kiln cabin works Sam Weller had operated in Fultonham. In 1895 the company entered the art pottery field. Through the years it grew into one of the largest potteries in the country and was home to many renowned designers and decorators. The depression brought a slow, steady decline in sales and in 1948 the pottery was closed. This lovely vase is from their "Wild Rose" line, circa mid-1930's. It stands an
A pretty vase in Weller's "Wild Rose" pattern, its cylindrical form accented with two stepped Art Deco "handles". Finished in a beige and green matte glaze, the face features a large wild rose and stem. Marked with the Weller script logo. 6 3/4" tall, in very nice condition. There are two factory glaze slips at the right handle, very light crazing and some mild "scuffing" at the back, typical for matte pieces of this vintage. No chips or cracks.
Pitcher Imperial Germany Blue Signed Ewer. Wild rose pattern. Porzellanmalerei Parbus, a small decorating studio in Oberkotzau, Bavaria, Germany decorated this ewer. They operated from 1904 till currently. Imperial made this lovely blue ewer or pitcher. Handpainted with pink and green flowers that have a relief touch to them. Marked on bottom with green mark that has a crown and Imperial Germany Hand Decorated. 9.0 inches tall at tallest point. Trimmed with gold paint and inside is white. Signed by artist
Dresser Jar, Glass w/ Silverplate Lid Wild Rose Design, Silverplate/Glass Dresser Jar, Glass w/ Silverplate Lid, Circa: 1900, Glass jar with a silverplate top or lid used for powder or other cosmetics in vanity sets., Wild Rose Design, Pressed Glass, Size: 2-1/4" High, 2-1/2" Jar Diameter