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Moser Glass; Vase, (Pillow), Oak Leaves & Acorns, Bird, Amber, 8 inch.

Moser Glass; Vase, (Pillow), Oak Leaves & Acorns, Bird, Amber, 8 inch.

17 Easy Fall Home Decor Ideas

17 Easy Fall Home Decor Ideas

Zsolnay, Hungary, parrot ceramic vase

Zsolnay, Hungary, parrot ceramic vase

Vilmos Zsolnay - Hungarian glass maker-The Zsolnay factory produced tiles, chimneys, pyrogranite that was largely used in buildings all over Hungary. From 1893, it produced glass artefacts with the unique and famous décor 'Eosin". Various artists contributed to the factory. It was the leading glass factory during the Art Nouveau period.

Vilmos Zsolnay - Hungarian glass maker-The Zsolnay factory produced tiles, chimneys, pyrogranite that was largely used in buildings all over Hungary. From 1893, it produced glass artefacts with the unique and famous décor 'Eosin". Various artists contributed to the factory. It was the leading glass factory during the Art Nouveau period.

Vase - stilisierte Blätter und Blüten Zsolnay, Pécs um 1897. Porzellan-Fayence mit geätzter Eosinbemalung. Auf der dunkelblauen Wandung stilisierte Blätter und kleine Blüten. Unter dem Stand Eosinfarbstempel: Fünfturm-Marke in Punktekreis, ZSOLNAY PÉCS. H. 15 cm.15/L2,4eE

Vase - stilisierte Blätter und Blüten Zsolnay, Pécs um 1897. Porzellan-Fayence mit geätzter Eosinbemalung. Auf der dunkelblauen Wandung stilisierte Blätter und kleine Blüten. Unter dem Stand Eosinfarbstempel: Fünfturm-Marke in Punktekreis, ZSOLNAY PÉCS. H. 15 cm.15/L2,4eE

The Zsolnay factory was established by Miklós Zsolnay (1800–1880) in Pécs, Hungary, to produce stoneware and other ceramics in 1853. In 1863, his son, Vilmos Zsolnay (1828–1900) joined the company and became its manager and director after several years. He led the factory to worldwide recognition by demonstrating its innovative products at world fairs and international exhibitions, including the 1873 World Fair in Vienna, and the 1878 World Fair in Paris, where Zsolnay received a Grand Prix.

The Zsolnay factory was established by Miklós Zsolnay (1800–1880) in Pécs, Hungary, to produce stoneware and other ceramics in 1853. In 1863, his son, Vilmos Zsolnay (1828–1900) joined the company and became its manager and director after several years. He led the factory to worldwide recognition by demonstrating its innovative products at world fairs and international exhibitions, including the 1873 World Fair in Vienna, and the 1878 World Fair in Paris, where Zsolnay received a Grand Prix.

Zsolnay Vase

Zsolnay Vase