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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 Orange "Aeolus" Vase. 5" tall. Circa 1902 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Thea "Phänomen Genre 6893" Vase. 8.25" tall. PN I-7492. Circa 1898. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz "Maximia" Vase. 6" Tall. Circa 1904 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Threaded "Orpheus" Vases. Circa 1904 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Pink "Diaspora" Vase. 5.5" tall. Circa 1902 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz "Silberiris" Two-Handled Vase. 7.5" Tall. PN II-4711. Circa 1918+ - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Cobalt "Norma" Two-Handled Vase. 5.5" Tall. Circa 1918+ - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Candia "Diaspora" Horn/Shell. 7.5" Tall. Circa 1902 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Candia "Phänomen Genre 6893" Vase. 5.5" tall. PN I-7585. Circa 1898. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Creta "Phänomen Genre 6893" Vase. 7.75" tall. Circa 1898 - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Very Nice, Al!
  2. Thank you, all!
  3. Thank you, all!
  4. Thank you, All
  5. I have one identical to this but in red. I was always told is was Poschinger. I'm glad you found documentation to prove otherwise.
  6. Mine too, David. I've been looking for one for awhile, glad I finally found one. Now all I need is a cobalt diaspora and I'll have all the colors.
  7. Thank you, All
  8. Thank you, all
  9. LOL....I guess so. Some of these I've had awhile and haven't had a chance to post them. I've got several others I still need to photograph and post...so hold on to your wig, Josephine!!! :-)
  10. Thank you, Kevin!
  11. Nice, Al. I love the contrast between the green ground and the maroon threads.
  12. Very nice, Kevin!
  13. Love those old Loetz pieces!
  14. Thank you, Scott
  15. Thank you for the information, Historismus!
  16. Volkmar gave me the pattern number and corrected me about the designer on a Facebook glass group...hence the credit to Volkmar.
  17. Thank you, everybody!
  18. Thank you, all
  19. It looks like PN II-1578, but yours has 3 tadpoles instead of the 2 that are listed on the pattern
  20. Thanks, Gary and Dave!
  21. I will also add that my Delphi has a DEK pattern in gold over the top which breaks up the color underneath.
  22. The amazing thing that I see with these decors is how much they change depending on the ground. Crete ground is the only one I have in all three decors. But I do have silberiris on a candia ground and...
  23. Thank you, All
  24. Thank you, All
  25. Mine too, Marty!
  26. Love it!
  27. Thank you all!
  28. Thank you, Sean!
  29. 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 ...
  30. Very cool find!
  31. 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
  32. Thank you, All
  33. Thank you, everyone!
  34. Thank you, Scott!
  35. Happy New Year to you too!
  36. Thank you, LovelyPat!
  37. Thank you all for the loves and comments!
  38. The threading is clear, but hard to see over the green ground.
  39. Thanks, Gary. It's is a little gem. Makes me want to start looking for the even smaller miniature ones.
  40. Thank you, Tony. I agree 100%. I hope I'm lucky enough to find more pieces in the future.
  41. Thank you
  42. Thank you!
  43. Thank you!
  44. Thank you, Volkmar Schorcht for the clarification on the designer.
  45. Beautiful!
  46. 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...
  47. Nice...I was the one you were bidding against. I finally gave in. I'm glad someone I know got this. Enjoy!
  48. Thank you, Sean!
  49. I saw your piece the other day when I was scouring the internet and thought how remarkable it is. Gorgeous and unusual!
  50. 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...
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