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MaryGregoryGuy

Stratford, Oklahoma

Crazy about old, fine art quality Mary Gregory Glass, Loetz and Bohemian Art Glass, 18th century French Furniture and Delft and Blue & White Pottery

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Loetz "Titania Gre. 2534" Collection. Circa 1905-1906 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Two Loetz "Coppelia" Vases. Circa 1904. PN II-1746 and PN II-1898 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz "Orpheus" Collection. Circa 1904 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz "Candia Chiné" Vase with Handles. 6" tall. Circa 1897. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz "Astartig" Collection. All documented PNs. Circa 1904 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz "Neptun" Seashell. 8" wide. PN Unknown. Circa 1898 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Knicek/Boudnik "Pandora" Glass. Circa 1900-1910 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz "Octopus (Federzeichnung)" Vase. 8" Tall. Circa 1887 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz "Crete Chiné" vase with gilt metal mounts. 12.5" tall. Circa 1897. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz "Bronce Glatt" Vase with Handles. PN 346/476. Commissioned for Max Emanuel & Co., London. 9" tall. Circa 1898-99.  - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Mine too, Marty!
  2. Love it!
  3. Thank you all!
  4. Thank you, Sean!
  5. Thank you, Dan. I actually found an identical one without the fracture about a week after getting yours. I like having both and the stress fracture doesn't bother me. It's over 100 years old, I think ...
  6. Very cool find!
  7. I'm glad you found the PN. I get tired of some of the "glass experts" that pooh-pooh me when I say not all Loetz has a fire polished rim and ground and polished pontil. Well done, Al
  8. Thank you, All
  9. Thank you, everyone!
  10. Thank you, Scott!
  11. Happy New Year to you too!
  12. Thank you, LovelyPat!
  13. Thank you all for the loves and comments!
  14. The threading is clear, but hard to see over the green ground.
  15. Thanks, Gary. It's is a little gem. Makes me want to start looking for the even smaller miniature ones.
  16. Thank you, Tony. I agree 100%. I hope I'm lucky enough to find more pieces in the future.
  17. Thank you
  18. Thank you!
  19. Thank you!
  20. Thank you, Volkmar Schorcht for the clarification on the designer.
  21. Beautiful!
  22. Yes, I leave for Japan on Monday. The japanese are great fans of Loetz. I plan to do some antiquing whilst there. It's always nice to explore for hidden treasures in new places. And eat whatever the J...
  23. Nice...I was the one you were bidding against. I finally gave in. I'm glad someone I know got this. Enjoy!
  24. Thank you, Sean!
  25. I saw your piece the other day when I was scouring the internet and thought how remarkable it is. Gorgeous and unusual!
  26. I don't have the Heckert Book yet either, but I've been told by Heckert collectors that this design is documented at the Passau Museum. I've got several pieces in my collection as well. I've always li...
  27. Swoon! The pink diaspora is gorgeous! I've scoured the Internet for pink diaspora. Someday I just might get lucky and find one!
  28. Stunning!
  29. I love this shape also, Alfredo. I'm so envious that you have it in Rubin Glatt. I don't have that decor, but covet it!
  30. Thank you!
  31. Thank you!
  32. You should post them. I'd love to see them.
  33. Thank you, Alfredo. Gary H. thought the same thing.
  34. Thank you!
  35. Thank you!
  36. Thank you, Sean!
  37. Thank you, Alan!
  38. Wow, thank you Alfredo! I'll include that in my heading. You are the greatest!!!
  39. Just posted more pix. I'll be better in the future
  40. You would think, but WMF did the metal work for French glass makers too. That's why I'm having such a difficult time nailing it down.
  41. Thank you, Sean!
  42. Hi Sean...That's what I was thinking but didn't know if it looked familiar to anyone.
  43. Thank you so much!
  44. Mystery Solved...Harrach Glass and NOT Westmoreland!!!
  45. Love the simplistic lines and wonderful balance each piece has!
  46. I think you're right...I was just going by the what the person I purchased them from told me. I admittedly know very little about Westmoreland. I'll have to do some research and see who made these. Th...
  47. Thank you. These are 2 of my favorites
  48. Yes, the base is slightly protruding.
  49. I've been collecting for about 2o years.
  50. I'll post a close-up photo of the tall amber vase for you. The enameling is of an angel carrying a child. I've been told it's a funeral vase. The two large black urn shaped vases are Muhlhaus vases. T...
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