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Recent activity414 of 186113Loetz Tango Glass Vase, Amethyst with silver decoration, PN III-2225 (1 wirtel), ca. 1925Texaco oil tanker ship
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Posted 11 days ago


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These are two lovely examples of Loetz DEK IV/714. At first I thought they were DEK IV/106, which to my eyes looks a lot like IV/714.
I just love the shape of the first vase. The second I sold recently.

Thanks for looking!


  1. sklo42 sklo42, 11 days ago
    It's a beauty!
  2. LauraH LauraH, 11 days ago
    Thank you, Sklo42!
  3. inky inky, 11 days ago
    Very nice indeed!...:-)
  4. Sammyz Sammyz, 11 days ago
    Nice! That's a shape I haven't seen before!
  5. LoetzDance LoetzDance, 8 days ago
    Both beautiful examples of Rubin Matte Iris DEK IV-714. You are right, DEK IV/106 looks very similar. There is only one small variance between the two decors which is why it takes hours and potential blindness (LOL) to correctly identify each DEK example before uploading it to the site. LOL BTW, this example is PN I-8038 which documents both the shape and decor in the production notes!
  6. LauraH LauraH, 7 days ago
    Many thanks, Inky and Sammyz!
  7. LauraH LauraH, 7 days ago
    Potential blindness... LOL!
  8. Gillian, 7 days ago
    How old is the first example?
  9. LauraH LauraH, 6 days ago
    I don't know the exact production year, but well over a 100 years old.
  10. LoetzDance LoetzDance, 5 days ago
    This vase in PN I-8038 was produced in 1899.
  11. LauraH LauraH, 4 days ago
    Thank you so much, LoetzDance, for sharing all this knowledge!!

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