Antique German Porcelain Bowl made in Leuchtenburg - Lavender Lustreware circa 1920s/1930s
Little attentions to the decoration or pretty arrangement of the table charm the eye and whet the appetite and make the home table powerfully attractive. Practical Housekeeping, 1877
Made in Leuchtenburg, Germany this beautiful porcelain bowl is a feast for the eyes and a little bit of a mystery for the mind. Containing all sorts of interesting design elements, this antique bowl is not only a stunning work of art but also a helpful server in the kitchen. Featuring lavender lustreware, art deco embossing, a blousy center floral bouquet, and airbrushed flower stencils along the rim this bowl it has everything going for it in the style deaprtment.
Most likely made around the 1920s, it is possibly attributed to the Lehnmann & Sohne porcelain factory, although we say that loosely because there is not a lot of information available on either the Leuchtenburg backstamp or the Lehnmann & Sohne factory. Regardless, this bowl is a beautiful example of the delicate artistry that has made German porcelain a favorite among collectors around the world.
- Colors include lavender, butter, ice blue, plum, pale pink, plum, sage, celery, beige, and tomato red
- Stamped on the bottom with the Leuchtenburg mark
In lovely vintage condition. No chips or cracks. One small pencil point-sized marked near the top rim of the bowl (see photo). Some very light, very mild rubbing to the lusterware when viewed up close (but unnoticeable when viewed from a short distance).
Measures 9" inches (width) x 2.5"inches (height) and weighs 15 oz.
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