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    Posted 13 years ago

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    Just thought I would share the beautiful glow of this vase with the viewers. I believe it to be late period Loetz. I love the ocean, and the wave design reminds me of being by the sea. The love of glass objects has been with me since a young age. My family owned a glass company where mirrors and glass repairs were made. The warehouse caught on fire, and, even though this was devastating to the business, the fire left behind a beautiful display of melted glass. That peaked my interest in mouth- blown glass art. I have loved it ever since.

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    1. Joanne, 13 years ago
      Is there a mark on this piece or did Loetz mark their pieces. Can you share me with me the market value and size of this piece please. Thanks, Joanne
    2. Joanne Jordan, 13 years ago
      Regarding "What a Glow" do you know the design name of this piece of glass? Thanks, Joanne
    3. bunnville, 13 years ago
      There is no mark on this piece as far as I know. The appraiser thought it might be a Loetz. It is 9 inches tall, 4 inches wide, and 2 inches deep. It was appraised for about $40. I do not even know the design name. Sorry I can't be of more help. It is beautiful, though. Janice
    4. glassguypr, 12 years ago
      Sorry to say that I do know about this piece.
      Actually this are new pieces, from Azerbaijan!
      They are being sold on Ebay as everything from Loetz to American to Italian glass.
      Sorry for the bad news.
    5. bohemianglassandmore bohemianglassandmore, 9 years ago
      Definitely not Loetz, nor Bohemian. Glassguypr is right.

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