Johann Haviland Raymond Loewy 863 Covered Sugar Bowl

Johann Haviland Raymond Loewy 863 Covered Sugar Bowl
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We are pleased to offer this stunning Covered Sugar Bowl from Johann Haviland in design Number 863. This particular pattern was designed by renowned Raymond Loewy.

The Johann Haviland Raymond Loewy 863 Covered Sugar Bowl is in Mint condition with no defects noted. The graphics are crisp, the colors vibrant. It appears that this creamer was never used, or if so, ever so gently.

The pattern features as its' focal point a delicate display of flowers (what we believe resemble milkweed) and leaves. The foot of the piece has a subtle raised rectangular block. The piece is accented with 24 carat gold on the handle and rim. The knob of the lid is richly accented.

The Johann Haviland Raymond Loewy 863 Covered Sugar Bowl stands 2-3/8 inches in height without the lid i n place, 3-1/2 inches with the lid in place. The Sugar Bowl measures 5-7/8 inches from handle to handle, has an upper bowl diameter of 4-3/4 inches and a base diameter of 2-1/8 inches.

The Johann Haviland Raymond Loewy 863 Covered Sugar Bowl is marked in green with the Haviland crown and script letter "R" as well as "Johann Haviland, Bavaria". In red letters "W 863, 42". This mark is that of Johann Haviland with the Rosenthal signet (Germany) - circa 1937 to 1960.

About Raymond Loewy:

Raymond Loewy was one of the best known industrial designers of the 20th century. Born in France, he spent most of his professional career in the United States where he influenced countless aspects of North American culture including the design of the Greyhound Bus, Exxon Logo, Coca Cola Logo, Lucky Strike package,Hot Point Refrigerator and the Shell logo. He is often cited as the "man who designed America". His talents transcended all media types!

After WW II, Rosenthals fairly traditional line of fine porcelain based on pre-war designs was stagnant, and Loewy was recruited to help update their image in the late 1940s. Loewy created a number of different modern shapes to be executed in Haviland and Rosenthal porcelain. The shapes he created are still modern by todays standards and certainly would have been avant-garde at the time. Haviland and Rosenthal manufactured and distributed the designs in both plain white, and decorated porcelain patterns.

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