Small Kaiser Germany vase, squared pattern 668, signed M Frey, white bud vase, vintage home decor
A small minimalist matte white porcelain vase by Kaiser, signed M. Frey, pattern number 668. This little thing is in perfect condition and would make an excellent bud vase on the breakfast table, a sweet toothbrush holder or an elegant home decor accent on the mantlepiece.
Size: 4" tall x 3-5/8" wide x 2-1/8" deep
"The Kaiser Porcelain company was founded in 1872 by August Alboth in Coburg, Germany; although his descendants, Willi Alboth and Georg Kaiser, took over the company in 1928.
Since then, the company has produced numerous porcelain items as well as a series of high-quality Rococo-style lace figurines, all of which feature unique and elaborate designs due to the fact that the items are shaped and decorated by hand.
During the 1970s the company produced a series of figurines based on the designs of Giuseppe Cappé and Karl Tutter, as well as tableware designs based on the work of K. Nossek. Some of the many popular and collectible Kaiser Porcelain items include ballerina figurines, pixie figurines, animal figurines (such as horses, eagles and ducks) and much more." (justcollecting.com)
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