ZSOLNAY, CIRCA 1900
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ZSOLNAY, CIRCA 1900

AN ART NOUVEAU CERAMIC 'LANDSCAPE' VASE

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ZSOLNAY, CIRCA 1900
AN ART NOUVEAU CERAMIC 'LANDSCAPE' VASE
With iridescent glaze, impressed marks to the underside 'ZSOLNAY \ PECS', logo and incised numbers
12 ¼ in. (31 cm.)
Provenance
Alain Cical, Céramique de 1850 à 1950, Paris
Acquired in 1987, then by descent within the family.
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Please note that the dimensions given in the printed catalogue are incorrect, though Christie's.com is correct. They should in fact read 12 ¼ in. (31 cm.)

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Lot Essay

This vase, with its landscape panorama and smoking fire decoration, is very comparable to an example designed by Tádé Sikorski, which is also decorated with the same coloured, opaque and eosin metallic glazes. See Éva Csenkey and Ágota Steinert, Hungarian Ceramics from the Zsolnay Manufactory, 1853-2001, 2002, p. 132 no. 108 (vase a).

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