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Loetz Texas circa 1900, over 9" tall

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Art Nouveau1809 of 1907EARLY LOETZ FOR LOBMEYRc. 1890's mantle clock.
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Posted 4 years ago

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famatta127
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These pieces are becoming very difficult to find, especially in this size. The complexity of this decor cannot be understated. Please examine the photos clearly and you will see what I mean.

...and we haven't even mentioned the iridescence...this vase looks like its plugged in! One of the first vases to become part of our permanent collection, we have owned this one for over 20 years.

ALSO: click the photo twice to enlarge it to its maximum size.

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  1. scottvez scottvez, 4 years ago
    Another beauty-- thanks for posting!

    Scott
  2. famatta127 famatta127, 4 years ago
    my pleasure, thanks Scott
  3. vetraio50 vetraio50, 4 years ago
    A very involved Texas, almost an Ausführung 102 without the shells.
    Thank you again. The sheen on your pieces is amazing! Do you have any hints/advice on how to get such amazing phots?
  4. LoetzDance LoetzDance, 4 years ago
    Hey T, What is the ground color of this piece? From the photo it looks like it is between a candia & an olive. But the iridescence looks predominately raspberry & green so maybe there is a metallic red or violet applied to it. Nice piece! Thanks for sharing.
  5. Alfredo Alfredo, 4 years ago
    I have the same shape in enameled Medina and Candia Wellenoptisch.
  6. famatta127 famatta127, 3 years ago
    Hello ...my vases are filmed on a studio table with light boxes for lighting. Not in a tent. The closed light boxes provide over 2500 watts of daylight (5500K) lighting without the worry of glare. This provides your camera with the same color spectrum as if you filmed the vase in midday sunlight, minus the glare.This much light helps you to see what the vase really looks like at its best. I use a Sony a33 camera and old Minolta lens that are no longer made but believed to be among the most color saturated and lifelike. These shots were taken with a Minolta 35-105mm, original series lens with Macro settings. A rare lens that will also never leave my collection. The base color of this piece is dark candia and oyster.
  7. vetraio50 vetraio50, 3 years ago
    Thanks for sharing the photographic details. The photos are always wonderful!
  8. hapoli, 3 years ago
    This reminds me of the old "I dream of jeany" show. If you have to live in a bottle then this is the one. LOL! It's great as are all your pcs.
  9. Bluangel88, 3 years ago
    Beautiful! this reminds me of the I dream of Geni bottle lol!

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