Ball Vase brassware new art; the geometric pattern was obtained \Signed under the base WMF ikora germany (date of present and well readable house but hard to photograph). Vase listed and published in the catalog of production in the metal factory WMF ikora. Physical condition: generally very good, vase possibly being debossed on some point. Doxydation traces; small scratches; pigment small gaps; signs of time. Look at the pictures carefully.
It included a wide manufacture of items in geometric style inspired by art deco and japanese art in brass and nickel, hand decorated with enamel applied by fusion to the surface area of the metal. The name ikora Referred to a specific method of Treating the surface area of the metal, by qui layers of coating applied in a Were Partly Partly chemical and heat-induced processes.
A host of newly Developed hand-finishing technology enhanced the possibilities for adding decorative flourishes to the products. A verdigris metal vase art from the workshop of nka ikora WMF ag (württembergische metallwarenfabrik) of Geislingen, germany, dating to the late 1920s. The art deco vessel is decorated with a handsome green'fire patina'that looks like an aged and naturally Occurring verdigris area with leaves and accent lines etched and engraved around the body by hand. The seller is \This item can be shipped to the following countries: america, europe, australia.