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Loetz Art Glass1007 of 2296Loetz Phänomen Genre in a Silver Plated MountLoetz Metallrot (Metallic Red) "Phänomen Genre 7506". 7.125" tall. PN I-7594. Circa 1898
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    Posted 7 years ago

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    Not mine, but found the piece in the 1st photo and thought it may be of help to some out there. I don't have any books(I know!!), so I don't know if it will help narrow down the decor.

    Pic 2 is Daves and 3 is Tonys. 1 picture is never enough :)

    Here is a link to Daves posts about the still unknown(i think) decor.

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    1. dlfd911 dlfd911, 7 years ago
      Although I haven't changed the CW post or the photo title on my website, I am quite certain that my vase is heliotrop mit dunkelblau und silber. Unlike typical blue silberiris finish which looks sprayed-on, this has streaks that look as though the finish was painted on with a brush or wiped on with a sponge, and that is a key to that particular decor.
    2. yesterdaysglass yesterdaysglass, 7 years ago
      Thanks for the reply and new info Dave.
    3. vetraio50 vetraio50, 5 years ago

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