26 November 2013
A LOBMEYR GLASS ENAMELED PART AFTER DINNER SERVICE
CIRCA 1872, J.L.L. MONOGRAM MARKS TO ALL, A FEW WITH VARIANT PAINTED NUMERALS, THE ENAMELING ATTRIBUTED TO THE SCÜRER WORKSHOP AT MEYR'S NEFFE, ADOLF BEI WINTERBERG, AFTER DESIGNS BY HEINRICH BERGMANN
From the 'Bunt Rococo' series, finely painted with vignettes of 18th century figures or couples within colorful rocaille scroll surrounds, the rims enriched in gilt, comprising: two decanters and stoppers; a water decanter and stopper; ten water glasses; nine port or cordial glasses; a small footed cake plate; a sugar-bowl, cover and stand; seven cups and saucers, one saucer slightly variant
12¼ in. (31.1 cm.) high, the water decanter and stopper (43)
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Compare G. Höltl, Das Böhmische Glass 1700-1950, Passauer Glasmuseum, 1995, vol. III, p. 105, figs. III 120 and 122-124; Also see the examples sold Christie's, New York, 14-15 April 2011, lot 462 and Sotheby's, London, 21 November 2007, lot 286.
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