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Posted 3 years ago

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vaselineal…
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I believe that this piece may be a product of Fritz Heckert. I however have never seen another example of Heckert art glass done in rubina verde. I would love to find out if anyone can help my positively identify this piece and share if they have seen any other examples of this coloring.

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  1. MacArt MacArt, 3 years ago
    very interesting piece, so much possibilities, I am not even convinced it's bohemian.
  2. Glassgaga Glassgaga, 2 months ago
    Don't know if this would help.
    http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/31550-symbolist-heckert-cyprus-glass-and-enamel
  3. vaselinealley vaselinealley, 2 months ago
    Thanks for the link. I still think it is likely Heckert. I can't be certain since I have not found another similar example.
  4. Glassgaga Glassgaga, 28 days ago
    This is the part of the link that prompted me to post to you.

    http://www.collectorsweekly.com/user/Historismus

    Apparently Historismus is all about Heckert.
  5. Glassgaga Glassgaga, 28 days ago
    This is the part of the link that prompted me to post to you.

    http://www.collectorsweekly.com/user/Historismus

    Apparently Historismus is all about Heckert.
  6. Glassgaga Glassgaga, 28 days ago
    This is the part of the link that prompted me to post to you.

    Historismus
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    I'm a 40+ year collector of Historismus glass, predominately Heckert, and Bauernglas or Volksglas (peasant glass). I've been cataloging Heckert's 'im alt Deutschen Stil' (Historismus) glass as long as I've been collecting. I should add that my expertise is in German/Austrian/Bohemian enameled glass. Having lost a huge collection in an earthquake, I started adding pieces to what survived of my collection. Having also lost a substantial antique beer stein collection, most of the miniatures in the collection survived and has been substantially added to. Consisting mainly of salesman samples, this collection is now one of the largest of its kind in existence. I also collect books on German, Austrian, and Bohemian glass. I've assembled quite a substantial glass and beer stein reference library (predominately in German) over the years that includes some very rare books, such as Ludwig Lobmeyr's 1874 published 'Die Glasindustrie', and Helmut Ricke, et al's 'Lötz. Bömisches Glas. 1880 bis 1940'. I am a student of German heraldry (as well as calligraphy and genealogy) which accounts for my love of Historismus glass. (see less)

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