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Art Nouveau2744 of 2863KRALIK CRACKLE SHADES, ROUGH AND SOFTLoetz Phänomen/Phenomen Genre Art Glass Vase, circa 1902-05 similar to P.G. 2/450
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Posted 5 years ago


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I really do not go for Kralik's crock crackle--its surface is too rough. I did go for the thorn vase, which is a rarity in this particular treatment. The JIP. alas, is not mine. The fourth vase, 12" tall, exhibits a characteristic Kralik shape found in the "Silberbands" But I have gone overboard when it comes to shades!


  1. SteveS SteveS, 4 years ago
    Hi Alfredo
    Notice the new / soon Loetz site is carrying the same form (mold) as the Left most piece as "new age" chine in a similar cranberry color ... Interested in your thoughts on this being a "new age" Astglas ? ...
    ps I have this same vase in yellow and in orange to clear in crackle, and in green and the cranberry in chine ... all with polished pontils ... Glass seems "heavy" for Kralik ...
  2. Alfredo Alfredo, 4 years ago
    In fact, I have the same shape in Silveria, and have seen it in other colors. The last one, which I called Kralik, has been found to be Heckert. I'll check, but Kralik rough crackle tends to lack Loetz fnishing touches.

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