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Hentschel Vase

This is a superb vase designed by Rudolf Hentschel and made by Meissen in the late 19th century. It is decorated with one of the Chinese type glazes better known for Seger porcelain than Meissen and quite rare. Nice blue and yellow stripe design. The vase is in great condition with a semi chip to the top. It is not really a chip as it never came off but more of a circular hairline I guess. Hard to describe. it does not go through to the inside just the outside. I tried to show that in the photos. It doesn't affect the piece at all but I am having it fixed right now. The vase is marked with the underglaze blue crossed swords mark and an incised number 43. It is 8 inches tall and 4 inches in diameter. Please email me for more information or other pictures.

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