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Art Glass1918 of 18136Welz with a flourishgerman art deco WMF  ikora glass vase
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Posted 11 months ago


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original red tango and black glass tazza reminding loetz or some bohemian wien werkstatte work, could also be some jan beck production.
six red feets and black cup with applyed red rim.

help for indentification is welcome-)


D 22 CM
H 5 CM

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  1. MALKEY MALKEY, 11 months ago
    Very well designed & executed piece of Art Glass !!!!!!!!
  2. jericho jericho, 11 months ago
    this is a very nice find. I have only seen for footed bowls before. Tango is rarely switched like that (where the base color is black and applications are red. very nice one
  3. paris1925 paris1925, 11 months ago
    thx jericho
  4. Wow22, 11 months ago
    So sleek ... and cheeky too. A captivating piece.
  5. Thedecoguy Thedecoguy, 11 months ago
    Looks like a Michael powolny piece to me. I have a small vase in exact colours.
  6. welzebub welzebub, 11 months ago
    Fabulous piece of glass!!

    Powolny's work is incredibly exaggerated on the internet. In reality he designed little glass, and designed nothing even remotely similar to this style of work. Probably 98% of the glass attributed to him is glass he had nothing to do with.

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