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Loetz late period bowl, Opal m. violett u. stahlgrau Kröseln, ca. 1928

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swfinluv1's loves400 of 3253Murano Aquamarine Bowl/Dish, 1950-60Esteban Prieto's Iridescent Marigold Signed Art Glass Drink Glasses
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    Posted 3 years ago

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    At first glance, this bowl may appear to be unlike anything Loetz ever did, but truth is in the details. I have seen photo evidence of bowls in this shape in known Loetz decors with the oval "CZECHO-SLOVAKIA" acid stamp. Digging through the Series III paper pattern production notes turned up a matching decor. In the notes for III-3916, we find "schale (bowl) opal m.(with) violett und stahlgrau (steel grey) Kröseln (frit). So here you have a bowl with opal ground, violett and steel-gray frit (the kind used in Titania glass) with a little aventurine mixed in. This is actually one in a family of decors used by Loetz from 1927 onward with various colored grounds (opal, mandarin, saphir, crystal, smoky amethyst) and colored frit (violet, red, orange, colorless, steel-gray Titania, and aventurine). It is also quite large - 3.5" tall, and 12" wide, weighing nearly four pounds!

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    1. MALKEY MALKEY, 3 years ago
      such unusual décor to me that is love the aventurine pieces and a weight thanks sharing Warren !!!!!!!!
    2. Wow22, 3 years ago
      Very educational. Thank you. I would never have picked this as Loetz! Is this example marked?
    3. bohemianglassandmore bohemianglassandmore, 3 years ago
      This one is not marked.
    4. vetraio50 vetraio50, 3 years ago

      Congratulations !!!!
    5. antiquerose antiquerose, 3 years ago
      WOWSER !!

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