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Art Glass535 of 18011Mimosa glass Loetz (lemon-yellow) Cytisus, PN II-1270, ca. 1904
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Posted 5 months ago


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A year ago I posted some mimosa glass pieces made in Poland.In the meantime my collection got bigger and this is one of the addition.A big vase of 33 cm high is made of clear glass covered with metal oxides.The vase probably comes from Hortensja Glassworks which was the biggest producer of this kind of glass in 1980s.On Pinterest or picklick sites I saw Hortensja's items stubbornly attributed to Knizek/Budnik but I'm sure it was wrong.
Their shapes were different ,evidently in Art Nouveau style and deeper,reacher colour.


  1. Ivonne Ivonne, 5 months ago
  2. sklo42 sklo42, 5 months ago
    Lovely glass, Ivonne, and good to see you posting Polish glass. I for one would like to see more.
  3. Ivonne Ivonne, 5 months ago
    Thanks,Peggy.I'll do it for you:)
  4. Vintagefran Vintagefran, 5 months ago
    Beautiful. I've not come across Mimosa before. Thanks for posting, it's something to look out for :)
  5. Ivonne Ivonne, 5 months ago
    Thanks,Vintagefran, for commenting.Maybe you 've met this glass earlier as Pandora .I think the name Pandora is reserved for the glass produced by Knizek/Budnik.Polish glass is called Mimosa and is quite contemporary.
  6. Ivonne Ivonne, 5 months ago
    Thank everyone for the loves:)

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