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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Large Loetz Vesuvian Vase. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Small Loetz Phanomen 6893. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Durand Blue Lustre Vase (shape 1723) - Art Glassin Art Glass
Robert Eickholt Sunflower Paperweight Vase. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Chocolate Box. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Icon of St. Grand Duchess Elizabeth. - Visual Artin Visual Art
Signed Loetz Cameo Vase. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Large Steuben Blue Aurene Vase (shape 723). - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rare Durand Gold Lustre Cut and Decorated Vase c.1925 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Early James Lundberg Vase (1976). - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. Glass : go to Cardersteubenclub.org and there is a Contact email address. Send the photos to them and they will confirm what I said I'm sure. Best wishes, Frank
  2. Was this vase sold on Ebay ? If so I saw it and knew it was not Steuben. It is from a modern glass studio. However it's a nice piece.
  3. Nails match glass.....very smart !
  4. Vintagefran : yes....see added photo.
  5. A fun piece.
  6. Note : can't see the top.....maybe it's a perfume ?
  7. And of course....fake Tiffany signature.....which sadly appears on many Steuben vases.
  8. Steuben Blue Aurene ACB. beautiful.
  9. I would say Kralik.
  10. cosaw : I agree that they should be signed. It makes it too easy for fakers to add a "Loetz Austria" or some other maker's name. ALSO....I don't understand why Ebay allows these vases to be listed ...
  11. MacArt : Richard is the name used by a French retailer in Paris.
  12. Italian....maybe Murano.
  13. Yes, Loetz. I had a vase in this decor. It was a Loetz Chicago Expo decor.
  14. Ivonne.....thanks. I took a look....very nice. Do you know about the Museum of Russian Icons in Clinton, Mass. USA ? Largest collection in America. Go to GOOGLE and search Museum of Russian Icons.
  15. Thanks Anne.....if I keep up this buying I'll be in the Poor Farm.
  16. 80% of these are sold at good auction houses as LOETZ.....I've given up on correcting them.
  18. I see these CONSTANTLY being sold at good auctions as Loetz.
  19. Ted_Straub.....I have collected Russian icons since the 1960's. Actually they led me to convert to the Orthodox Church. Also I am a semi-curator at the Museum of Russian Icons in Clinton, Mass.
  20. I have one of these.....I love them.
  21. Thanks SEAN. He's my patron saint.
  22. Not Loetz. Should be posted under Bohemian Art Glass.
  23. I need a Blattgrun.....you really don't need 2.....do you ?
  24. Not Loetz. Post it in Bohemian Glass Section.
  25. This should not be posted for Loetz. There is a Bohemian section on CW.
  26. I see 5 pieces in my collection.
  27. Recently I bid on a SMALL one in an auction in Europe.....didn't get it.....went through the roof.
  28. Ernie : the N.Y. is found on early pieces.
  29. Warren : you are getting into a C. Lotton mode.
  30. Not Loetz.
  31. David : 6.50 inches high. Same as on Loetz.com without the lip.
  32. GLUE : 6.50 inches high.
  33. I would say nice but not Loetz.
  35. The handles look like Loetz.
  36. Lisa : the seller called the color lavender. I thought it looked "pink". But when it arrived it was obviously Violet.
  37. Rose & Mikelv : Over the years I've had hundreds of glass vases shipped to me and not even once was there any damage. God bless the post men and women.
  38. It is Loetz Cisele. Look 6 rows down on this Loetz page and you will see my Loetz vase in the same shape with a DEK I/ 439 decor.
  39. I believe the purple ones are Kralik. I have a green one which is signed Loetz Austria which I will post for you to see. Go to Loetz.com / Decors Index.
  40. Michelle & SEAN : I added 2 more photos showing the polished rim and large polished pontil. Age wear on the bottom.
  41. Thanks rose.
  42. Many years !
  43. kairomalte : Yes, actually I knew that ....must have been a "senior moment".
  44. Tony........thanks for the grouping. Looks great.
  46. Moon : not Durand....it's Imperial. Either Free Hand or Lead Lustre. Go to IMPERIALARTGLASS.COM and you will find it.
  47. Love the first one.....looks like Loetz.
  48. horeau : It is Loetz Ausfhurung 56 c.1908.
  49. MacArt : yes that is the difference as I see it. Hellmarmor is wispy LIGHT brown threads wheras Onyx is darker. Look at the examples on Loez.com.
  50. Thanks Scott.
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