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Loetz "Cephalonia" Vase. 5" tall. Circa 1904

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Moonstonelov…'s loves378 of 12104Loetz "Streifen und Flecken" Vase. 6" tall. PN 2/459. Circa 1900Pink & uranium vase
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    Posted 5 years ago

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    A Loetz Cephalonia vase in my collection. Circa 1904. 5" tall. 2.25" across base. This one has a spurious "L.C.T." scratched into the base. It has a Candia ground with gold flecks. Cephalonia was created to resemble ancient glass. There are two types of Cephalonia decor — with and without patina. This is an example of without patina. With patina has a green (verdigris) on it as well. I'm told it is a very hard to find decor. I feel fortunate to have it in my collection. PN unknown.

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    1. famatta127 famatta127, 5 years ago
      This is very much an underappreciated decor in my opinion. Much better experienced in hand to view the complexities of the technique. Fine example.
    2. MaryGregoryGuy MaryGregoryGuy, 5 years ago
      Thank you, Tony. I agree 100%. I hope I'm lucky enough to find more pieces in the future.

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