Schuerich produced a vast range of different glazes and many moulded designs. This section details some of the information that has been discovered so far.
Lora Decor – This glaze sometimes referred to as ‘fire’ or ‘fire and flame’ usually has bands of red glaze surrounded by thick black/white over glaze. There are many different variations of this glaze which reflect the era in which it was produced. Many different versions are shown below.
Montignac Decor – This much sought after design has deer and bulls featured, thought to have been inspired by cave paintings discovered in Lascaux (SW France) which was open to the public between 1948-63.
The Subsequent sections detail information on moulded decors.
Kosmos Decor – This decor represents space, stars and explosions. This may have been influenced by a surge in interest in space following the Lunar landings (unmanned 1959, manned 1969). This decor is extremely fragile and difficult to find without damage.