19 April 2016
A LARGE BERLIN PORCELAIN VIENNA STYLE COBALT-BLUE GROUND DOUBLE PORTRAIT VASE; 'ERBLUTH' AND 'LASSITUDE'
LATE 19TH/20TH CENTURY, BLUE SCEPTRE AND BEEHIVE MARKS, IMPRESSED S AND 3, IRON-RED PAINTED 0.3752, TWICE SIGNED WAGNER
Each side finely painted with an oval cartouche depicting 'Erbluth' and 'Lassitude' after Angelo Asti, the neck, body and foot applied with raised gilt flowers, scrolls and trellis, the flowers on the sides in the Art Nouveau taste
30 ½ in. (77.5 cm.) high
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Angelo Asti, French (1847-1903).
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