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Hello. Tony Abbate here... I collect Loetz Art Glass and can be contacted at famatta127@comcast.net Over the past 20 years, it has become my obsession. I havHello. Tony Abbate here... I collect Loetz Art Glass and can be contacted at famatta127@comcast.net Over the past 20 years, it has become my obsession. I have additional photos posted here: https://picasaweb.google.com/AbbateT You can visit me and other collectors of Loetz Art Glass on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/Loetz.Abbate Visit my YouTube channel to enjoy these pieces in a different way. I hope you like it. PLEASE make sure you open the videos to their highest definition to see the piece at its best. http://www.youtube.com/user/LoetzAustria?feature=mhum (Read more)

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Loetz Phänomen Genre 2/679 signed Loetz Austria - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Phänomen Genre 1/154 with Sterling Silver Overlay - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Argus AKA Phänomen Genre  2/351 circa 1898 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Unknown Phänomen Genre Art Glass Shade - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Leonidas Variant- legs instead of prunts - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Carrageen Genre 2420 circa 1905 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Medici Art Glass  Vase circa 1902 - Art Glassin Art Glass
 Loetz Phänomen Genre 358 circa 1901 for Bakalowits - Art Glassin Art Glass
Archimede BRONZE 42H Pilot - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
one of our "Fancy" cabinets, 99% Loetz in this one... - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. The back decor looks similar to chargers Loetz did for Paris 1900. Very nice.
  2. Yes GlueChip I do manage that page and a few other glass collector pages as well.
  3. Pretty...but no clue. Sorry
  4. Just beautiful.
  5. one of my Grail pieces...I owned a very small one years ago and sold it thinking it was Murano. I have never been able to find another undamaged one since. Congrats Dave.
  6. Hi Frank. It was hideous. Not only did I not like it, I asked the seller to keep it in fear it would damage the shade in transit.
  7. Hi Frank. My assertion is that the prunts of the Leonidas line are made up of the same type of glass as this decor. While the ridges of the PG 1/844 appears to have a similar method in which the glas...
  8. Nice example.
  9. Wow..I have seen this decor over the years and never knew the maker...its so great to have a reliable attribution. Great find Warren.
  10. Super cool find!
  11. Just something so raw and beautiful about the Trevaise and early Tiffany. None of the strict uniformity compared to Quezal. Love them.
  12. Stunning!
  13. I have never seen anything like this. Its beautiful.
  14. Welzebub- The form was made for them in several decors.
  15. Yes copper and tin..a lot of people have reactions to the mix.
  16. My personal opinion is that its not Loetz. The decor and the shape don't look like anything I have ever seen by Loetz. Its a very interesting piece but the flourish at the base certainly eliminates it...
  17. SteveS...yes. Same form.
  18. Tiffany is ruled out by the use of the Papillon tadpoles, the perfect execution of the Loetz script signature and the documented Loetz form.
  19. what a great form!..Nice catch.
  20. so very Atomic Age looking...great piece!
  21. Nice grouping Lee.
  22. Thank you Dave. You saved me the time/trouble in looking it up.
  23. I am not an expert in Bohemian glass but I believe its Pallme Konig and not Kralik.
  24. ...now we are talking about real art, the real Loetz!
  25. Love the Martele.
  26. Incredible enamel work! A perfect example of the very best in Art Nouveau style.
  27. Nice..I dont remember seeing these in purple before. Congrats Frank.
  28. vase with the elephant heads..too cool
  29. Nice ...is that dark navy or black accents Frank?...just curious
  30. don't you mean STUNNING Frank? :-))
  31. Your photos really shows off the color and the texture of the decor perfectly. Great find Warren. Congratulations on the detective work.
  32. Even after all these years, there is and always be something more to learn. Thank you again.
  33. kairomalte/ Thank you very much for this new reference information. I believe you are correct. No wonder I couldn't find it in Ricke under 1902! This is very exciting news and I appreciate the help.
  34. Glad to see it got an appreciative home.
  35. Well let me know when and if...
  36. Blue Pampas is one of my favorite decors. The colors are always so vibrant. A great example.
  37. The Berlin firm Rauschenberger was a metal working company know for their mounts. I found them on the internet.
  38. as Dave said, near 1902+-
  39. ...just too cool. Congratulations on a great find. Gotta love those bad listing photos!
  40. ...been trying to understand the decor. Is it silver overlay or a silver layer of cameo cut glass? ...any iridescence?..super cool!
  41. Great photos. Hard to take of cased glass and get this kind of result. Fine Piece.
  42. I have been looking for one for YEARS. Great find and in pink!
  43. Thats it! But now that I looked it up, it looks nothing like this.Sucks to get old :-)) Love the form here with the handles and the neck...and the decor really looks like aged bronze.
  44. Beautiful Harrach. Warren, am I nuts or did one of the old ref. books attempt to call this type of glass Rindskopf at one time?
  45. Looks great but it would look fantastic in MY display case...
  46. I find myself staring at your glass, wondering how you pulled this off and how many attempts it must have taken. Just beautiful.
  47. This form is just amazing and really suits the decor.
  48. I once handled a similar piece..true artistry
  49. Typically the lens is more important than the camera body... Not to say it doesn't help. Especially if its full frame.
  50. Thank you everyone. A Sony a99 with vintage manual focus Minolta lens was used.
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