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    Posted 1 year ago

    larksel
    (81 items)

    This bowl is probably the product of Harrach's glassworks. The Passau Glasmuseum features 2 vases with the same decor in the Harrach Exhibition. In the literature, however, I did not see this decor related to Harrach.
    I think it is a Loetz product around 1897-1898. This my opinion is based, on the one hand, on the visual similarity and the way of execution and, on the other hand, on the similarity with the PN I-7068 (see 3th photo). The description of this PN is: "Candia geflecht mit Altsilber" (in english: "Candia braided with old silver"). For comparison, Martelé with Candia Silberiris (PN II-6248, ca 1908) - see 4th photo.
    I hope your comments on this post will help clarify the origin of the bowl.

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 1 year ago
      JUST WONDERFUL !!!!
    2. Sammyz Sammyz, 1 year ago
      Stunning! Great find!
    3. Sammyz Sammyz, 1 year ago
      Is it correct that this particular foot attachment is unique to Loetz? I seem to have read that somewhere...
    4. larksel larksel, 1 year ago
      Of course, it can also be Kralik. This seems more likely to me than Harrach.
    5. larksel larksel, 1 year ago
      Foot connection is analyzed at loetz.com Early Loetz production 1880 - 1897 by Dr. Kai Hasselbach - Examples 64.01-64.10. Here, however, it is stated that, in addition to Loetz, Harrach's glassworks were similarly used.
    6. cameoboy cameoboy, 1 year ago
      At the time I visited Passau in 2006, i saw a piece in this decor classified as Kralik.I'll post for those interested.
    7. larksel larksel, 1 year ago
      I again reviewed my PGM photo from 2012. I did not find anything like this at Kralik part. Only at Harrach are 2 identical vases with the same Decor. But there are transfers between expositions of individual glassworks.
    8. larksel larksel, 1 year ago
      On Alfredo Villanueva's website the vase with this decoration is presented as Loetz Nautilus. (vase on the right - it is the same vase that is in PGM at Harrach exhibition). see:
      https://sites.google.com/site/loetzandglass/kralik-9-applied-and-stuck-on-decoration

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