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paris1925's loves195 of 499Loetz Cobalt Papillion Vase. 7.5" tall. PN Unknown. Circa 1918+WALTER BOSSE 1904-1979
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    Posted 3 years ago

    Ivonne
    (136 items)

    The vase was attributed by a seller to Krosno glass,Poland,but I dont' think so.
    The only thing I'm sure is that the glass is coloured with metal oxides that gives it this characteristic look of pandora glass.
    I didn't find the shape at Alfredo's posts so I can't refer to this aspect either.
    I"ve googled this sample of Knicek vase ( https://www.pinterest.com/coincdntldscvry/josef-knizek-maximilian-boudnik-pandora-glass/) which is very close to mine but it doesn't prejudges anything.
    Leaving out the colour,I can see the biggest similarity to water set which was presented in Alfredo's post http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/147960-tadeusz-wrzesniak-glassworks-mimosa-glas?in=user and which is definitely of Hortensja,Poland production.The places of clear base glass are relatively big and thickness of glass seems to be the same.

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    1. Alan2310 Alan2310, 3 years ago
      Beautiful Ivonne, love it.

      Alan
    2. Ivonne Ivonne, 3 years ago
      Many thanks,Alan !
    3. sklo42 sklo42, 3 years ago
      I find this a lovely vase,Ivonne, and fascinating in the variety of textural looking patterns it has. The plain cobalt areas set it off a treat! I'm no help as ever :-)
    4. Ivonne Ivonne, 3 years ago
      Peggy,many thanks for your as always generous comment!I'm glad you find it interesting.
      Your comments are helpful even if you don't give any data because they're very supporting.
    5. Rick55 Rick55, 3 years ago
      I've never heard of Pandora glass Ivonne... All the variations of color... Delicious!!
    6. Ivonne Ivonne, 3 years ago
      Thank you Rick for your comment :-).Pandora/mimosa glass is a line of glass created by Maximillian Boudnik and produced by Josef Kniz(c)ek,however there were followers in Poland .Originally the hues and tones of pandora glass are amber .I think this cobalt can be a variant of a prototype.
    7. Ivonne Ivonne, 3 years ago
      Thanks Alan,tigerchips,paris,mikelv,vetraio,LovelyPat,blunderbuss,melaniej,SEAN,antiquerose,Rick and Elisabethan for the loves :-)
    8. Ivonne Ivonne, 3 years ago
      And thanks Moonstonelover :-)
    9. Rick55 Rick55, 3 years ago
      Thanks for the info Ivonne. I love different finishes, colors, and textures, and I find your vase striking!
    10. Ivonne Ivonne, 3 years ago
      htt
      p://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/162041-knicek-boudnik-vase?in=user
      http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/161603-boudnik-knicek-czech-glass-goblet?in=user
      http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/147960-tadeusz-wrzesniak-glassworks-mimosa-glas?in=user
      Rick,these are Alfredo's posts about Pandora.Very informative.
    11. Ivonne Ivonne, 3 years ago
      Thanks ozmarty for the love :-)
    12. Rick55 Rick55, 3 years ago
      Thanks for the links Ivonne. Although they're beautiful, I'm partial to your blue one which I find more appealing.
    13. Ivonne Ivonne, 3 years ago
      Thanks again,Rick .
    14. racer4four racer4four, 3 years ago
      Exquisite Ivonne. Those colours draw me in.....
    15. Ivonne Ivonne, 3 years ago
      Thanks Karen,much appreciated !
    16. Ivonne Ivonne, 3 years ago
      "Thank you Alfredo for commenting.I guess you wanted to write Krosno not Krasno that is in Czechoslovakia.The name " Krosno" is commonly used for the glass produced in the town of Krosno.Krosno as a capital group consists of three glassworks :Krosno glassworks(Kro?nie?skie Huty Szk?a),Jaslo and Blowex in Tarnów.There's also Makora glassworks in Krosno (Kro?nie?ska Huta Szk?a SA)which uses production capacity of Huta Szk?a Tarnowiec in Tarnowiec near Jaslo.
      In Tarnow there are other glassworks like Alicja and T.Wrzesniak in Skrzyszów near Tarnów.As far as I know Wrzesniak also owns Dabrowa and Grzybów glassworks but his name isn't mentioned in the connection of Krosno.
    17. Ivonne Ivonne, 3 years ago
      Thanks katherinescollections,welzebub,kivatinitz and smiata for the loves :-)
    18. Ivonne Ivonne, 3 years ago
      Many thanks kyratango!
    19. Ivonne Ivonne, 3 years ago
      Thanks Mac for the love :-)
    20. valentino97 valentino97, 3 years ago
      Gorgeous - where did you find this?
    21. valentino97 valentino97, 3 years ago
      Gorgeous - where did you find this?
    22. Ivonne Ivonne, 3 years ago
      Hi,Mary,glad you like it .On a bid site.
    23. Ivonne Ivonne, 3 years ago
      Many thanks inky and katherinecollections for the loves!

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