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  • lovely Lenox Belleek hand painted and decorated vase stands a tall 12" high by 4.5" in diameter at its base and 3.25" at the rim. It has a fabulous flared and streamlined form, which is elegant, yet simple in its design, simply beautiful! This vase form dates to 1906-1924, and likely was a porcelain blank used by china painters into the 1930s, this one is inscribed and dated '37 for 1937, presumably. The hand painted decoration by what looks to be 'SR Coy', or perhaps 'SR McCoy' is wonderfully executed with a simple, yet complex and striking geometric design.  We do not know anything about the artist, but his/her skill level is certainly beyond average. vase is porcelain, glazed in an apricot ground, with vivid complementary colors, and heavy silver accents.  The wider bands that present darker, are actually silver in hand.  The silver remains as vibrant and supple today as it did in 1937, more than 80 years ago! vessel is marked Lenox Belleek on the bottom, along with the Lenox logo, with the artist's palette mark. As noted, it is signed and dated 1937. This beauty is in original condition, no apologies. If you collect Lenox Belleek vases from the Art Deco period, this is an absolutely lovely example!

Lenox Belleek 12" China-Painted Art Deco Vase With Geometric Designs d1937

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