I collect art glass especially Art Nouveau and Art Deco. I also collect antique Russian icons and am a consultant for the Museum of Russian Icons in Clinton, Mass.


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Loetz ACB Etched Vase  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Early Loetz Vase c.1900 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Purple Empire Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Bubble Glass Basket with Cherries c.1930's - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Silberiris II (1907 ).  PN II-5014 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz for Lobmeyr Enameled & Jeweled Ewer c.1890 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Brothers - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Dark Green Phanomen Genre 1/473 (1901). - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Blue Medici Vase. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Star Shaped Underplate. - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. Meant to add....if it was Rago's auction.....they MOST often mis-identify glass. His thing is pottery.
  2. The tall one at the bottom is Kralik Crackle.
  3. Top left : Loetz Chine Next left : Loetz Olympia (?) Next : 2 Poschinger vases...red one is not Imperial. Bottom row : ?
  5. Thanks Tony.....can't wait.
  6. Thanks SEAN....I think so too.
  7. Chalcedon cousin.
  8. Nice example....the same one is on Loetz.com.
  9. czechman : not a problem......I get 50% ID's wrong ! This Loetz thing is very confusing.....my thing is American iridescent art glass c.1900-1930.
  10. Thanks SEAN & Rick
  11. Harrach : could you post a photo of the bowl that goes with the underplate ? I will have to keep an eye open for one. Thanks, Frank
  12. I believe the green one is Loetz Phanomen Genre 1/473. Go to Loetz.com and for Phanomen Genres.
  13. WRAP IT UP.....I'LL TAKE IT !
  14. No....no repairs or damage. The seller sent me several close-up photos before I bid.
  15. Warren....it was on a dealer's website from Texas. He called it Poschinger and had some "backup" info. but I dfon't remember what it was. He was just probably wrong. I'm changing mine to Kralik.
  16. Warren.....I almost gave you a run for these. BUT I have the rose bowl version which I was told was von Poschinger. I will post it for comparison.
  17. I like it whatever it is.
  18. I have one and call it Creta Silberiris Wellenoptisch.
  19. Alfredo : no I don't have a pair. My other Bronze Martele is a different shape.
  20. SteveS....that's the date given for Cytisus on Loetz.Com.
  21. I think mine is the same colors....but the yellow is a bit different.
  22. The photo was sent to me after I posted my shade. I don't know where it came from.
  24. I ALMOST bought this ....but couldn't find anyone who knew what it was.
  25. Thanks Sean..... and making an early purchase is a Good Morning.
  26. I say Harrach.
  27. DAN : thanks and nice to see you again !
  28. Thanks Moon & Mr. T.
  29. Thanks Glue : keep an eye open for nice glass.
  30. twentieth : I bought it BECAUSE it was not too big.....display room issues.
  31. Anne : 1930's
  32. Thanks vetraio, Bohemian and SEAN.
  33. SEAN : my question to AnneLanders was a joke.
  34. Thanks Glue.
  35. AnneLanders : didn't you write an advice column for the newspapers ?
  36. It 's on Loetz.Com / Decors Unknown.
  37. MOON : great piece.
  38. Thanks SEAN
  39. Learn something new every day. I thought all Myra vases were gold iridescent.
  41. ROSE : I've always said....there is nothing like shiny knockers !
  42. ho2 : I call it an Urn.
  43. Thanks LD.
  44. Thanks scott.
  45. Thanks SEAN & mikelv.
  46. I love WMF glass. I've never understood why it sells for such low prices.
  47. vetraio50 : H & N listed it as "English" but I knew differently.
  48. Thanks LD.
  49. Mac : I added photo of the bottom. But as I said it's difficult to see the mark.
  50. MacArt : 1. There are faint numbers on the bottom but too difficult to see. 2. I don't have a UV light.
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Some of my Czech collection couple Loetz pcs SOME OF MY IMPERIAL COLLECTION III SOME OF MY IMPERIAL COLLECTION: NUART Iridiscent art deco vase