The Alfred Stellmacher Imperial & Royal Porcelain Factory, Turn-Teplitz, Bohemian, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire was founded in 1859. The factory produced decorative porcelain, flowers, table and household porcelain. The factory was purchased by Ernst Wahliss in 1894.
This beautiful ewer, circa 1882-1894, is hand painted with a motif of variegated pink blossoms in variegated shades of pink with yellow stamins, nestled among shaded olive green and soft blue/gray foliage with a cluster of multi-colored leafage at their base. The slender stems, flowers and some leaves are delicately outlined with gold enamel. The sculptured handle is gold and the rim of the spout is adorned with sponged gold. The background is a soft ivory bisque color. The bulbous, embossed base flows into an embossed neck with pour spout.
The ewer measures 8 1/2" in height and 5 1/2" across the widest portion. It carries the stamp "A. Stellmacher Habsbourgware - Austria"; and impressed "425" and roman numeral 3. There are no cracks, chips or repairs; several tiny gold enamel nicks on the high point of the spout (photo #8). The decorations are outstanding.
A. Stellmacher Habsbourgware H.P. Porcelain Ewer w/Pink Floral Motif
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