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The tall, baluster shaped vase is covered with „Schneeballen“ flowers (lat. viburnum). The outside is fully covered with single moulded flowers with yellow and iron-red filaments. In between there are growing branches with waterlily leaves. Also the cover is a modeled „Schneeballen“ with a four folded green brace in east-asian manner serving as handle. Only three further copies of this vase are known:
A pair in the Collection Kommerzienrat Spielberger
(Auction Lepke Berlin 5.12.1928, no. 364 and 365)
One vase in the Collection Josef Ritter Kempski von Rakoszyn
(Catalogue 2008, pic. 95, p. 118/119)