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B: So pretty!196 of 200Ferdinand von Poschinger Silver Overlay circa 1900Lötz vase - Creta Papillon
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Posted 3 years ago


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Rindskopf's trademark decor was feathering. These four cobalt blue vases are all over 12" tall. The first three are cut from the top. The fourth has a pontil mark Pic. 1 is my latest. I have not received it yet. I shall be posting feathered vases in other colors. Rindskopf is my personal favorite Czech glass. I have over 50 vases, all of them as tall as these. You can view them at


  1. Alfredo Alfredo, 3 years ago
    By the way, the Passau Museum has a vase in pink, with the same decor as Pic. 3, classified as Kralik. In fact, all the vases in that particular display are Rindskopf.
  2. AmberRose AmberRose, 2 years ago
    Ooooo, how did I miss this beauty. I'm a big fan of that midnight blue. So beautiful.

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