Galluba & Hofmann Marmorzellan Victorian porcelain vase in a beautiful linear form with flower petals, gold rimmed leaves, and blue and gold stamens all around the piece in the Secessionist/Aesthetic or Arts & Crafts style. A raised beaded border is below the petals and the lower portion of the vase is paneled and outlined in gold. Four of the "panels" extend out from the vase and have gold rectangles outlined on the foot. A Greek Key border is painted around the rim of the piece. The vase stands 10" tall and is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks, the gold is very good with the only issue of note is the Greek Key border around the rim appears slightly faded. The blue color in the top portion of the vase is more subdued and pastel than it appears in the photos because I had very bright lights on while photographing. Marked G.H. (Galluba & Hofmann) over a shield under a cross, and Marmorzellan, a mark used starting in 1905. It is also impressed with the mold number 7118.
Galluba & Hofmann Marmorzellan Vase Aesthetic Movement