We have a rare impressive brass trimmed bowl by Schumann of Germany. The Carl Schumann factory operated in Arzburg, Germany (Bavaria) from 1881-1996. Schumann china was famous for its striking resemblance, in both quality and style, to the revered Dresden dinnerware. Employing the same "Rococo revival" decorating techniques as these more prominent manufactures.
Schumann china is known for its colorful fruit and flower patterns as well as their pierced porcelain designs. Set upon a translucent, eggshell white porcelain is what makes Schumann pieces stand out.
This special bowl features florals with gold scroll work within vertical openings with an intricate brass rim and ribbon detail that serve as handles on two sides. The piece is marked with the blue under glaze Schumann mark which dates this to between 1900 and 1924. Measurements are: 7" in diameter and 1 3/4" tall. The bowl is in very good condition other than some light age appropriate wear to the gold decorating. No chips or cracks. The brass shows some verdigris patina on the back side.
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Item ID: 1513
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