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    Posted 5 years ago

    Alan2310
    (911 items)

    Hi
    Everyone.
    This is freshly receive today, described by the seller as LOETZ(of course), my little experience on Bohemian make me think this is more Rindskopf production, i could be wrong, please let me know if you have a different opinion, very nice brass mount in Art Deco style, swirl iridescent glass insert, colours range from purple, red, Blue and Green, another great mounted piece in my collection.

    The centerpiece mount was 5.75 inch tall, 8.75 wide
    The glass bowl was 3.25 inch tall, 5.25 wide.

    Thanks for Viewing.
    Alan

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    Comments

    1. Caperkid, 5 years ago
      Amazing!
    2. mikelv85 mikelv85, 5 years ago
      Wonderful Alan :)
    3. kivatinitz kivatinitz, 5 years ago
      I love the jugendstil style of the mount
    4. smiata smiata, 5 years ago
      Wow, what a good couple of days for vases! Very nice!
    5. Michelleb007 Michelleb007, 5 years ago
      No, I agree Alan - Rindskopf, and a very lovely form and mount. They go so well together. I love the simplicity of the glass form.
    6. Peasejean55 Peasejean55, 5 years ago
      This is lovely.
    7. Alan2310 Alan2310, 5 years ago
      @Caperkid, yes amazing, i feel very bless to found that one.
      @Mike, i am more than happy that you love that one, and for sure it's wonderful, i have a few now of mounted glass, but this one stand out beside the others.
      @kivatinitz, this what attract me in the first place, and believe me i put everything i have for make sure no one will pass in front of me the night i win it.
      @rucklczglass, yes lisa, i just realized last night that the stand was pewter plate brass, even better, and when i read the description, i know in my young expertise on glass, this was Rindskopf work, agree, the texture is just beautiful.
      @smiata, remembering day for sure, someone make a comment on another post days ago, mentioned how lucky i was, realize today this is truth.
      @Michelleb007, i am so glad that you agree with the attribution, more confident now than ever.
      @Peasejean55, I am very please that you love it, i will do it again for sure, anytime.

      For all of you, i really appreciated you take some of your time to commented my post, always and ever a pleasure to see your enjoy as much as i do, also thank you for the love.

      Alan
    8. Alan2310 Alan2310, 5 years ago
      Many thanks to, GlueChip

      SEAN

      Peasejean55

      EZa

      ho2cultcha

      Michelleb007

      smiata

      VioletOrange

      Radegunder

      colori

      Glassie

      Peggy

      rucklczglass

      Manikin

      kivatinitz

      Ivonne

      Efesgirl

      aura

      scott

      mike

      karen

      Vladimir

      IanBrighton

      Kevin

      bracken3

      inky

      Caperkid

      Moonstonelover21, for the love, always appreciated you all, to take some of your time, to stop by.

      Alan
    9. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 5 years ago
      Alan, I'm curious. Are these pieces heavy? The glass looks thin as if it's not very heavy although protected by the holder. Just wondering...
    10. Alan2310 Alan2310, 5 years ago
      @shareurpassion, really good question, i get in my office where my showcase is an pull it out to get the official weight.
      Actually, they are close the same weight, mount with glass 33 oz(935 gram)
      Glass alone 14 oz( 405gram) Mount alone 18oz(530 gram)
      Many thanks for the comment and the love, really appreciated you taking some of your time to stop by.

      Alan
    11. Alan2310 Alan2310, 5 years ago
      Many thanks to, Michael

      Roycroftbooksfromme1

      Agram.m

      EZa

      shareurpassion, for the love, really appreciated all of you, for taking some time to stop by.

      Regards
      Alan
    12. Alan2310 Alan2310, 5 years ago
      @Michelleb007, recently I research this one, specially the decor, and I concluded, this decor was Grenada, tell me if this conclusion is right.
      Many thanks for the reply.

      Regards
      Alan
    13. Michelleb007 Michelleb007, 5 years ago
      Hi Alan, personally, I believe your vase is Pepita. Grenada is very much more orange in comparison; I have a Grenada, and it is an orange red to raspberry color vs. the deep blood red of Pepita. Here is a great example of Grenada: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/151813-rindskopf-grenada-fan-vase
    14. welzebub, 5 years ago
      For what it is worth, and I am not sure when or how the terminology changed, although I have my suspicions, according to Truitt I, pages 118: 1-5 & 119: 6-7, this décor was called Grenada by Rindskopf. Truitt shows 7 examples and all are referenced as Grenada.

      In addition, Das Böhmische Glas by the Passauer Glasmuseum in Band IV pg 182 IV.317 shows an example of a Rindskopf vase in a bright orange and oil spot décor which they reference as Pepita-Glas (?). They also show the burgundy décor with the same classification and question mark after it on pg 184 IV.323

      I know that the Burgundy it is commonly referred to as Pepita now. I have discussed this before, and just find it odd.

      As an observation regarding colors and decor names. The color of Grenadine, from a pomegranate is a deep red. The color of the plant a Pepita (roasted seed) comes from is orange (a pumpkin).

      Just another glass ID curiosity.

      :-)
    15. Michelleb007 Michelleb007, 5 years ago
      Craig, I completely agree with you, and I think your last paragraph about the pomegranate and the pumpkin is very telling. I was going with the commonly accepted terminology, but have also wondered about correctness the names myself! :)
    16. welzebub, 5 years ago
      I always use the commonly accepted terminology also..... but I just find it is an interesting curiosity.
    17. welzebub, 5 years ago
      I find it so interesting that I actually contacted Deb Truitt a few months back and asked her if she recalled the source of the attributions for the Grenada in her book, and she did not recall it. Said it was likely one of the regional museums.
    18. Michelleb007 Michelleb007, 5 years ago
      Interesting!
    19. Alan2310 Alan2310, 5 years ago
      Totally agree, very interesting indeed.
      So welzebub, Grenada it is ??
      I really appreciated both of you, that you take some time to respond.

      Regards
      Alan
    20. welzebub, 5 years ago
      It is only Grenada if you want to go against what is commonly accepted now. It is commonly accepted to be Pepita and ID'd that way regularly.

      I did not want to confuse the issue, I just wanted to point out something that is not commonly discussed, and not all that well known.
    21. Alan2310 Alan2310, 5 years ago
      So no id on the decor ?, grenada or pepita, oh well what's new here.
      Thanks anyway

      Regards
      Alan
    22. welzebub, 5 years ago
      Not what I meant. The decor is referred to as Pepita. That is what everyone calls it. Regardless of what the Truitt book says, everyone refers to it as Pepita.
    23. Alan2310 Alan2310, 5 years ago
      Many thanks to, Midnight1208

      ho2cultcha, for the love, really appreciated, that you take some time to stop by.
      Also a big thank you to welzebub, for make this more clear, much appreciated.

      Regards
      Alan
    24. Alan2310 Alan2310, 5 years ago
      Moonhill
      SEAN, many thanks to both of you for the love and your constant support, i do appreciated that you take some time to stop by.

      Regards
      Alan
    25. Gruff Gruff, 5 years ago
      Alan,
      Just noticed this all I can say is wow
    26. Vintagefran Vintagefran, 2 years ago
      Hi Alan, this was my favourites too. I love the frame and spiral. Just out of curiosity do you know if any Petita or Grenada decors contain uranium?
    27. Alan2310 Alan2310, 2 years ago
      Good early Morning Vintagefran, I am not sure, it's something i never tested on Rindskolf Pepita or Grenada, i will definitely check this week-end.
      I get back to you on this...;-D

      Many thanks for the visit, comment and appreciation of this post.
    28. IVAN49 IVAN49, 2 years ago
      Hi,
      Just a remark: Art Deco did appear shortly before WW I but this is obvious Art Nouveau (Jugendstil).
    29. Alan2310 Alan2310, 2 years ago
      Thank you, keramikos, hunterqlee, bracken3, larksel, Recordmantime, and long overdue to-- IVAN49, GeodeJem, Vintagefran, Gruff, SpiritBear, for the visit and appreciation.
      I take this occasion to upgrade the first 2 picture, this one is untouchable in my collection.
      Alan
    30. Alan2310 Alan2310, 2 years ago
      Radegunder, Thank you for the visit and appreciation.

      Alan
    31. courtenayantiques courtenayantiques, 2 years ago
      WOW, what a fabulous piece!!!

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