Fritz Heckert – Jugendstil vase with applied handles – Designed by Otto Thamm

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Manufacturer: Fritz Heckert

Designer: Otto Thamm

Style: Jugendstil

Material:  Molded and free-formed glass, reduced, improved pontil, iridescence

Color: Colorless glass with inclusions of silver and yellow and purple glass particles

Period: 1900 -1909


Jugendstil vase blown in a particularly elegant shape with two applied handles by Fritz Heckert, Petersdorf, Germany. The vase was designed by Otto Thamm (1880 – 1905) around 1902. The glass consists of colorless glass with inclusions of yellow and lilac glass particles and with inclusions of silver.

Otto Thamm is connected to the Heckert family through a marriage in the year 1891. He soon became director of the Glashütte Fritz Heckert in the following years. The company Fritz Heckert, which originally only decorated glass objects with enamel that had been manufactured elsewhere, soon started to hire glass blowers and make industrial facilities so that they could produce glass themselves. This resulted in exceptionally high-quality glass objects in the most advanced complex shapes and techniques from the Jugendstil period.


Height: 145mm / 5.70”

Diameter: 185mm / 7.28”

Condition: Mint

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