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German Green Pottery Pitcher or Vase

US$650

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A relatively large German handmade (thrown) green pottery pitcher or vessel/vase, by Wilhelm Kagel, circa 20th century, West Germany. Piece is in the Art Nouveau style. Beautiful handcut decorative pattern around. Maker's mark: WK (Wilhelm Kagel) and "Made in West Germany", on bottom as shown in images #17 and 18. Measures: 8.5" diameter x 12.75" height.

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