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Stunning Art Nouveau 1928-45 Villeroy&boch-schramberg Majolica Charger Plate Yqz For Sale
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Amazing Floating Flower & Leaf Design
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Up in this sale is a wonderful Villeroy & Boch/ Schramberg, art nouveau, Majolica flower plate w/raised piping around the design. 12" diameter. It is designed to look like flowers and leaves floating in a pond. The basic color is aqua or turquoise with white flowers and green leaves.
Marked with the Villeroy & Boch/ Schramberg mark. Ca. 1928-1945. The plate has no major chips or cracks, but there is noticeable fleabytes on several of the raised flowers and leaves piping and a couple of glaze fleabytes on the rim. There is no crazing and the colors are still vivid.
The back shows the famed Schramberg mark with their pattern number 1977 embossed, another number 2 is also embossed.
In 1912 the factory was sold to the Jewish brothers Moritz and Leopold Meyer, who introduced the 'SMF' mark in its first version including a fir tree. The business was a normal privately owned business until the brothers decided to reform the business as a company with limited liability, so it was restructured as G.m.b.H. in 1918. All went well for the next years and on March 12th 1922, Moritz Meyer proudly announced the birth of his son Peter.
The Meyer brothers were always looking for new designs and many famous artists joined the factory or contributed designs. One of these well known artist was the Hungarian Eva Zeisel (maiden name Stricker), who designed at Schramberg from the fall of 1928 until the summer of 1930. Most of these designs were not produced immediately, but began appearing in 1930 and the subsequent years. Her earlier works there were strongly influenced by the then-strong Bauhaus movement, but she always followed her own impulse to combine the needs of the marketplace with the human component. Hence her Schramberg work often seems of the art-deco school, but also reflects the folk art interest of her earlier work, and the industrial factory requirements of the various factories for whom she designed.
Eva Zeisel not only designed the shapes but also supplied the intended decorations for the pieces. The decoration department however often adapted her original concepts and applied them to other pieces. For example, a pattern intended for use on a plate would change proportions if wrapped around a cup or teapot, so Zeisel would sometimes feel the design was not exactly as she had conceived it. The factory continued producing Zeisel designs for some time after she left, but often put different patterns on her shapes and also used her patterns on shapes which were not hers. This happened particularly with the wildly popular 'Mondrian' design, which often appears on non-Zeisel shapes.
During the upcoming anti-jewish movement shortly before World War II, the Nazis forced Moritz and Leopold Meyer to sell the factory in 1938 and both emigrated to England with their families during 1938. But after the war, in 1949, Peter Meyer returned to Germany together with his family and the Meyer family was instantly allowed to take over the business again. After years of hard work rebuilding the damaged factory Peter married Julie Broghammer in 1958 and together they had two children, Annette and Michael.
Estimated shipping weight, (packaged) is 3 lbs 8 oz in a 16 x 16 x 8 box.
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Stunning Art Nouveau 1928-45 Villeroy&boch-schramberg Majolica Charger Plate Yqz: $34