Exceptional heirloom treaure, this pitcher is dramatic, an exquisite example of late 19th or early 20th century porcelain artistry. This beautiful Porcelain pitcher with hand painted Roses is a statement piece for any collection, it's a heavy piece. The bottom has a soft pink background, painted with some of the most gorgeous roses in pink, this artist is on par with some of the master china painters like Bischoff or Aulich. The palette is intense pink to soft, petal pink, the petals on the opening roses so gorgeous. The back features a single rose and rosebud. Unfurling leaves in greens and soft grey, even lavender purple colors accent the flowers to perfection.
Signed by the artist, Wyrofski Ohanf, the cream white top is a stunning decorative contrast, the pitcher is accented with a rich Roman Coin Gold trim, sublime! The pitcher's rim is trimmed in heavy gold gilt as well as the elegant gold raised handle. Marked on the bottom. I haven't been able to identify the maker, but rest assured this blank was finely made. Truly sterling quality, with the hand painting immaculately preserved. The height of luxury and fine quality for your antique Limoges, Belleek or other antique porcelain collection. Measures 10-1/8" h x 6-1/2".