From our European Porcelain Collection, a truly magnificent Vienna-style, iridescent-green ground, two-handled amphora-shaped vase, late 19th or possibly very early 20th century circa 1910, titled "Marguerite," depicting a very well-painted portrait of a beautiful woman holding a spray of marguerite daisies, the sides and reverse lavishly decorated in a brocade of gilt and adorned with enamel cabachons representing jewels. This superb piece is signed "Wagner" on the front, contains a blue beehive mark, an impressed model number, and what appears to be a museum inventory mark in red along the base that we have yet to identify. A superb addition to any advanced collection of fin de siecle European decorative arts.
Size and Condition: 8 inches tall, 8 inches across the handles. Perfect condition.