A Carlsbad marked three handled hand painted vase with flowers. The Carlsbad mark was used by Carl Knoll in Austria between 1900-1930's. This example has a very similar appearance to Royal Worcester porcelain manufactured at an earlier time, around the last 1880's. The porcelain body is almost the same shade of cream and the color palette of the decorations is also very similar. This example has three applied gilt handles between which are three different hand painted flower stems with foliage. The colors are rosy pink, salmon, lavender and pale yellow; the foliage is in pale, moss and olive green. The flowers and foliage have all been detailed and outline in gold gilt. The vase opening has also been sponged with gilding. Measurements are 6" W X 6" T. Condition is very good without any chips or cracks. An important note is that the vase's base was left in an unground rough finish. It has been glazed, but it is very rough. Perhaps it stuck to the bottom of kiln when it was fired. Due to this I will provide a protective felt pad to the purchaser of this item to ensure the preservation of their display surface.
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