11 April 2007
Property of William J. Feldstein, Jr.
THREE VIENNA STYLE PORTRAIT PLATES, 'ERWARTUNG', 'IRRLICHT' AND 'ORCHIDEA'
LATE 19TH/20TH CENTURY, THE FIRST AND LAST WITH BEEHIVE MARKS, IMPRESSED MONOGRAM MARKS FOR HUTSCHENREUTHER AND 24, THE FIRST SIGNED WAGNER, THE SECOND WITH IRON-RED LION AND CROWN MARK
IN THE ART NOUVEAU TASTE, EACH FINELY PAINTED WITH A BUST-LENGTH PORTRAIT OF A BRUNETTE BEAUTY, IDENTIFIED ON THE REVERSE,THE BORDERS ENRICHED WITH STYLIZED FLOWERS RESERVED ON SHADES OF BLUE AND GREEN
9¾ IN. (24.7 CM.) DIAMETER, THE FIRST (3)
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