Art Nouveau Jugendstil pewter pitcher with flower embossed body and lid with putti finial, the handle with Bacchus finial, terminating in a claw. Stamped on base Orivit 2004. 12-1/2"H. Note: The company Orivit was founded in 1895 by Ferdinand Hobert Schmitz. In 1898 the name Orivit was listed as a trademark referring to a new luxury pewter line, which won a gold medal at the Paris World Exhibition German, circa 1900. A number of important designers including Theo Blum and Johann Christiain Kroner were associated with the company, and it was sold through retailers including Liberty of England. 2nd item: French Art Nouveau pitcher with slender form, raised diamond shaped panels, by Albert Chezal for Etains D'Art, impressed Etains D'Art mark on base along with Chezal monogram, artist signature on side near handle. 10"H (including handle). Circa 1900. 3rd item: Tall covered pitcher or flagon with stag antler, leaf and fruit designs, marked on base Kayserzinn. 15"H. German, circa 1900. Condition: 1st item: A few scattered abrasions. 2nd item: Some dark abrasions, solder marks evident at spout and handles. 3rd item: Very good condition.
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