A pair of large flutes with lids made of topaz-colored glass, hollow round stand, ribbed nodus between beaded rings, pinched baluster shaft with applied nubs, elongated, funnel-shaped bowl, wall on the visible side with colorful enamel painting in the form of figural motifs surrounded by grapevines with branches and foliage, lips - and foot edge gilded, matching curved lid with pinched handle, foot underside with signature: F.H. 225/2 893. Flutes are in good condition, 1 lid with a glued knob, the other with a small chip on the inside edge of the lid. Fritz Heckert in Petersdorf, designed by Oskar Jummel, around 1883. Height: approx. 48.5 cm. Exhibited at the trade exhibition in 1883 in Hirschberg. Lit. Stefania Zelasko, Fritz Heckert 1866-1923, page 75, fig. 73.