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Moser Art Glass59 of 64 Thrice fired tea set MOSER GLASS WINE? ANY HELP SO APPRECIATED
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Posted 3 years ago

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EllenM.
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I am hoping to identify this vase. I thought perhaps it was Moser. Does anyone have comments? It measures 8 1/2" in height and is beautifully enamel painted and blown with a slightly indented pontil on the base. Some of the gold trim is worn around the base and neck. Any assistance is much appreciated!

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  1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 3 years ago
    Hi from Sydney Australia!
    This looks nice. No trace of an enamel number?
    One name that immediately came to my mid was Fritz Heckert
    Fritz Heckert - Warmbrunn, Silesia - c. 1866 - 1923
    But have a look around this great Bohemian Glass site!
    http://sites.google.com/site/bohemianglassandmore/heckert
    And try this:
    http://www.glasscollector.net/Signature%20Pages/GlassSignaturesA2I.html
    "Initially started as a refinery of mirrors and chandelier parts, they quickly transitioned to enameling glass blanks from nearby Josephinenhütte. Initially Heckert enameled replicas of 17th & 18th century historical glass. In 1889 he started his own glass furnace, and was producing iridescent glass that was decorated with Art Nouveau decors."

    Fritz Heckert died in 1890, but the glass works continued to be run by his family. In 1923 Heckert was merged with Josephinenhütte.
  2. EllenM., 3 years ago
    Thanks Australia! I will check out the sites!
  3. hapoli, 3 years ago
    I love it she's geourgous!
  4. EllenM., 3 years ago
    She looks like the old movie star Robert Mitchum in the face. It's kinda funny. But I do love this vase too.

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