19 C Bernard Bloch Figural Amphora Match Holder Striker Tobacco Jar Humidor Yqz For Sale

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Up in this sale is a Bernard Bloch figural tobacco jar humidor with match holder and striker, somewhere between 1895 and 1899, based on the markings on the bottom. It depicts a sleeping hunter, curled up beside a stump, sleeping with his head in his hand, his double barrel shotgun laying down beside him. The stump is covered and that is the humidor for keeping the loose tobacco. The open stump beside that is for holding the matches with a striker going up the back of the open stump. It is in shabby chic condition with a chip to his hat and a few fleabytes, but what a GREAT humidor. He measures approx. 9" x 5" x 6".

On the bottom he is signed BB 5523. That should put him somewhere between 1895 and 1899 when Bernard Bloch used that mark. For those not familiar with Bernard Bloch, here is some information off the internet about the company:

In the fifteenth century a group of miners founded a small community, in what is now the Czech Republic, called Dubi, so called because of the deep oak forests surrounding it. In 1800 Dubi had 64 houses, 9 sawmills and 3 mills.

One of the mills, Unter Buschmühle, known for its blue onion (Zwiebelmuster) pattern, attracted the entrepreneur and industrialist Anton Tschinkel, who later bought it. In 1864 he introduced the production of majolica (earthenware) there. In 1874 he introduced china. Then from 1885 the factory was owned by the German firm Teichert.

In the meantime Bernard Bloch of Eichwald, Bohemia owned a factory in Hohenstein (now Uncin in the Czech Republic). It was started in 1869 when he bought a majolica and faience producing factory from the Huffsky family. It was there that the majority of Eichwald was made. However in 1895 he bought the former Anton Tschinkel factory from Teichert, which became known today as Bernard Bloch. His factory was one of the top producers of figural Art Nouveau Amphora figural tobacco jars. Estimated shipping weight, (packaged) is 5 lbs 8 oz in a 16 x 12 x 12 box. The Calculator is not always right - if the shipping looks too high email us and we will give you an accurate quote prior to the sale ending. ************ What a great find!
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