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Muller Fres Cameo Glass Vase Meets Greek Mythology - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Ausfuehrung 136 - 1910 - PN II-7506 - Art Glassin Art Glass
1900 Paris Exhibition piece designed by none other then Franz Hofstätter, PN II-375 - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Harrach Art Nouveau Enameled Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
The tale of two sisters.....or two Rare Pieces of Harrach Art Glass, Copern & Platin - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rare Benedikt von Poschinger Compote designed by Georg Carl von Reichenbach - Art Glassin Art Glass
Harrach "Kiralfy" 1900 Art Nouveau Cameo Glass  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Rainbow Glass - Art Glassin Art Glass
Most Recent Cameo Glass Acquisitions - Galle' and a Mystery Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. That's a beauty! I have the same vase, but with the Vulkan finish, absolutely love it and it would be fun to have a collection of this shape in the various finishes they made them with.
  2. Very nice Harrach air-trap / Atlas glass vase!
  3. I should post a photo of mine to compare, interesting that they did one in what amounts to black Hyalith, and yours in Amberina style glass as well.
  4. Sadly all of my JWW glass is packed away. I have some miniature vases, a creamer and sugar set in air trap, rose bowls, and a lovely signed salt in a silver plated holder. It doesn't come up a lot, a...
  5. This is by Harrach. I have the identical vase in black glass, with enamel decoration. There is an American company that did pressed glass and made a line in this same pattern (I forget the name)...
  6. This is by Harrach. I have the identical vase in black glass, with enamel decoration. There is an American company that did pressed glass and made a line in this same pattern (I forget the name)...
  7. I believe the glass is by English maker John Walsh Walsh. I have a small collection of air trap glass that is from JWW and one of them is a miniature white footed air trap vase with the same decorati...
  8. Love this glass!
  9. Thanks MALKEY !!
  10. Fantastic PG Warren, congrats landing that one!
  11. Love these!
  12. Yep this is Harrach!
  13. Beautiful find Michelle! I have a vase in the identical form with an intricately enameled bird on it, pretty sure it's also Baccarat as it doesn't look like any Bohemian enameled birds I've ever ...
  14. Here's a bit on the earlier (1850's) Harrach work: http://www.glasscollector.net/Blog/glass-notes/harrach-documented-1860-classical-period-vases/
  15. Great piece Inky! Take a look here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/281708516837
  16. Beautiful piece, reminds me of a vase that I have.
  17. I bet this is in the Harrach 1860 drawing book (the one with all the hand colored examples)!
  18. Very nice Warren! I need to photograph my Loetz and Richard cameo glass collection.
  19. Excellent work Warren, and what stunning cameo glass lamp!
  20. Beautiful example Warren!
  21. brad-888 I'm still around, please feel free to contact me @ b_severn AT yahoo.com Thanks, Brian
  22. Just stunning!
  23. Beauty! Getting very difficult (and expensive) to find nice Loetz these days :(
  24. I was also tempted, very nice piece!
  25. Being that there's not that many Schliersee pieces documented in Christine's book, you have to wonder what else they made eh?
  26. Very nice Warren! I have two pieces of Moser iridescent enameled glass from their islamic series.
  27. Good discussion!
  28. Very nice!
  29. Beautiful piece! I think Norma is a bit, splotchy, for lack of a better word.
  30. Hi paris1925! I agree, and I'd love to find the original source artwork they used to create this.
  31. Thanks Thomas, Vetraio and Brunswick. Vetraio I tested it with my UV lamp and no reaction whatsoever.
  32. Quite an interesting life during a very pivotal era of central European history, thanks for sharing the background on Cuno.
  33. retro597 there is zero evidence to support the PK mark being Poschinger. There actually is a Poschinger book, albeit not the most complete book, but it does cover Poschinger and other nearby glasswor...
  34. Super piece Warren, it made a most excellent Christmas present :)
  35. Nice sleuthing Warren, it's a beauty!
  36. 100% Loetz, definitely not Harrach.
  37. Thanks for all the loves, and thanks Warren for finding the PN!
  38. Nice one Mac! I believe that same shape and color was also my first Loetz mini. I almost bit on one with a snake wrap earlier this month, but the snake wrap was pretty sloppy for Loetz, so I'll hold...
  39. I have a few of those myself, their very nice, much nicer in person then photos tend to convey.
  40. Very nice find Warren. These signed Meitzen pieces are a treat to find for sure, there can't be that many of them out there eh?
  41. Beautiful piece, that's about as perfect of a match as they get! When I was photographing the section of the Harrach design books that had Silber & Fleming glass in it from that reprinted catalog, ...
  42. Very, very nice snag Warren!
  43. Love the handled Astraa vase, amazing those fancy, delicate, handled pieces survive intact. In your last photo, the vase in the very front right, I have in the same shape, but in PG 829. I'll have...
  44. Very nice piece, Congrats! I was so, so tempted to pull the trigger on it!!
  45. Congrats Warren, it's a superb example! On my bucket list too for quite a bit....eventually the right opportunity will come up :)
  46. Exactly, I don't believe the waffle pontil on this red piece is Steuben glass, but it is well known that they did use an unfinished waffle pontil a fair bit. I'll try to get a good photo from one of...
  47. It's well known that Steuben used the waffle pontil, mostly on pieces whereas the pontil didn't interfere with the items table surface. The piece in the third photo above is not a Steuben waffle pont...
  48. schreiberneffen I've looked through (to some extent) those Schreiber-Neffen catalogs. Some interesting stuff, albeit a LOT of utilitarian work. verretcheque HTF = Hard To Find No is patronizi...
  49. There's a HTF book on Schreibber-Neffen.
  50. I just sold an interesting variation of this Rindskopf pulled feather decor. The base glass was paper thin, almost transparent with a beautiful emerald green applied iridescence, and the same style p...
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