Posted 1 year ago
A couple, few months ago, a dealer that I'm familiar with contacted me about liquidating his remaining Loetz inventory. One of the pieces is this very nice example of a Loetz, Rosewater Sprinkler vase, pattern #7637 circa 1898 - see "Lotz Bohmisches Glas" 1880-1940 Band 2, Page 35, Helmut RICKE et al. The base color glass is pale green with a brilliant, Creta Papillion oilspot finish that glows with a blue-green iridescence. This is a classic Loetz design and was actually designed to hold a single stem flower like a long stem rose. It stands 10 inches high and has three deep dimples in the bulbous base for added interest. As always, thanks for looking!