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    Posted 8 years ago

    manuelg
    (1 item)

    h: 17cm
    d: 14cm
    I don't know much about it, and I would like someone could help me with it identification.
    Thanks

    Mystery Solved

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    1. ozmarty ozmarty, 8 years ago
      Hi do you have a photo of the base? that will help with identification . Looks fab!
    2. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 8 years ago
      Whoa Now that is Niiiice!
    3. manuelg, 8 years ago
      Thanks you all for your attention and comments.
      Alfredo, I've received a mail from you with the information, but I've posted here before.
      I'm posting from Porto-Portugal.
    4. manuelg, 8 years ago
      I'm not a professional, and above all I want to define the main details of this vase, (age, origin and everything that concerns this product, evaluation, etc.)
      Thanks
    5. manuelg, 8 years ago
      Thanks Alfredo! My grand father worked for a long period of time with several middle Europe countries before the II war, and as received some gifts from the companies which he works.
      This vase is almost in good shape except a tiny little scratch in the concave part of the bottom.
    6. glasfreund, 8 years ago
      I only can confirm Loetz as maker of the glass. Cobalt Papillon design (of the later art deco period). The shape fits to similar pieces made around 1923. The metal frame was most probably added by another company, as it does not fit to the period.
    7. manuelg, 8 years ago
      Thanks for your comments and help!
    8. manuelg, 8 years ago
      I've found a vase with the same format and finishing, but without metallic decoration at:

      http://www.glaswolf.de/Vase-cobalt-Papillo.153+B6YmFja1BJRD0xNTMmTD0xJnByb2R1Y3RJRD0xODE3MyZwaWRfcHJvZHVjdD0xNTMmZGV0YWlsPQ__.0.html
    9. manuelg, 8 years ago
      Could anybody help me to evaluate it?
      I would like to know (more or less) its value.
      Sorry for my poor English.
    10. manuelg, 8 years ago
      Don't be sorry Alfredo! I don't know any person who have never committed any mistake!
      Hope you can make good trade for the next time. good luck!
    11. manuelg, 8 years ago
      OK! Sorry!
      Just want to have an idea!
    12. scottvez scottvez, 8 years ago
      I don't see valuation as an issue with the web site. Buying and selling is not allowed, but many folks would like to have a general value of items.

      I think "what's it worth" is a fair question that many have.

      Scott
    13. ozmarty ozmarty, 8 years ago
      It is dificult to put a value on things without seeing them in the flesh .Also where and when the object is to be sold . Retail in a shop; at auction ; a market or privately etc.. at present generally world wide prices are down , it is a buyers market. The value placed in some referance books is only a guide as many other factors have to taken into concideration.
    14. scottvez scottvez, 8 years ago
      I agree with you Oz.

      It really is a buyers market.

      Scott
    15. MeltingSand MeltingSand, 5 years ago
      Very interesting piece.

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