An Art Nouveau "ivory porcelain" vase (model number 822)
designed by Paul Dachsel for, Riessner, Stellmacher & Kessel /
Amphora 1899-1900 glazed in matt muted green and violet with satin
finish gold highlights decorated with a variation of the "summer
sunrise" pattern. On the side the signature "PD" of the designer
Paul Dachsel (hard to photograph).
An example of this shape (although it is incorrectly listed as
622) can be seen above in the book "The House of Amphora" 1890-1915
by Richard L Scott.
Paul Dachsel was the son-in-law of Alfred Stellmacher and was
employed as a modeler at RSt&K from 1892 until 1903. In 1904
he founded Kunstkeramik Paul Dashsel but declared bankruptcy in
1910, then working with Ernst Wahliss.