Jugendstil art pottery to pretty up the corner cabinet. Made in Germany by Royal Bonn which started up in 1836 and closed in 1931. All of these from the “Ruysdael” line which was produced especially for the 1900 Universalle Exposition in Paris where it won a gold medal.

Vase from the "Ruysdael" line. ca. 1900.
Vase from the “Ruysdael” line. Double gourd form with architectonic tendrils, vines and florals that scale the sides and encircle the mouth. ca. 1900. Golden yellow, evening blue, rust brown, white,and turquoise against an underglaze of olive. Signed on the bottom. Image © 2007–2019 Auctions Online USA Ltd. Fair use license. via https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/154785-royal-bonn-ruysdael-jugendstil-art-potte
Vase from the "Ruysdael" line. ca. 1900.
Vase from the “Ruysdael” line. ca. 1900. Ceramic with floral decoration. Signed. Image © Kaminski Fine Art and Auctions. Fair use license. via https://auctions.kaminskiauctions.com/royal_bonn_ruysdael_art_pottery_vase-lot26863.aspx
Vase from the "Ruysdael" line. ca. 1900.
Vase from the “Ruysdael” line. ca. 1900. Incised with floral motif and leaves and glazed with multiple colors. The marks hand inked on the underside ‘Royal Bonn – 1814 – Ruysdael – D3 – Germany’. Image © 2019 Showplace Antiques. Fair use license. via https://nyshowplace.com/german-art-nouveau-royal-bonn-ruysdael-pottery-vase.html

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