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Art Glass4271 of 22677Lötz vase Prd.No. 85/3781 in Syrius decor. Attr. Koloman Moser, 1900.Ruckl - Zipper #3
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    Posted 4 years ago

    TreasureTex
    (222 items)

    I am trying to get information on this old glass display dome. I think that it's an antique clock display from a store.
    I didn't want to simply take photos of it alone so I put some stuff in it. It has very wavy glass with some bubbles and a seam that runs up both sides. I appreciate your help.

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    1. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 4 years ago
      They used to put a lot of religeous display figures in them also. Popular during the forties and fifties.
    2. TreasureTex TreasureTex, 4 years ago
      PhilDMorris- I thank you and must say that I was wondering why the wooden base looked newer than antique. The glass does look older but I realize that the glass can't be dated, simply based on being crude. I guess that the title should be changed to not include the word "Antique".

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