Beautiful Art Nouveau hand painted apple blossoms grace the creamer and sugar bowl of this fine Austrian porcelain by Oscar and Edgar Gutherz of Altrohlau being offered for your consideration. The green under glaze mark on the bottom of both pieces indicates production from between 1899 to 1918. There are no chips, cracks or hairlines and only very minor finish wear to be noted. The cream pitcher / creamer stands 2 7/8 inches tall, 4 1/4 inches from back of handle to spout and 3 5/8 inches in diameter across it's middle. The lidded sugar bowl measures 3 5/8 inches tall to the top of the finale, 5 inches handle to handle, has a 1 7/8 inch diameter opening and 4 inches in diameter across it's middle. The hand painted green foliage on the exterior of both pieces' and pale green backgrounds; additionally with brown handles and finale representing the tree branches with the brown and tan accenting in the floral decorations as well. These pieces look to have been display pieces for all or most of their lives; gorgeous condition. For your display collection or present them with your finest at your next gourmet gathering! (A36)
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