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    Posted 2 years ago

    Alan2310
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    Here is a piece that i found 3 years ago, even if i have few direction to look, i am not sure who made this glass, some will suggest Poschinger(shape) some other will suggest Loetz, i re post this vase for get your thought larksel, if you kindly want to tell me your opinion, this will be very much appreciated.
    The main glass base remind me loetz Martele or Diaspora, but because of the Green threading that not usual seeing on a Loetz piece, there not serious pretender for now.
    Still one of my preferred piece, will be nicer with a name !!

    This vase stand 8.50 inches tall(10 inch with the Mount), 1.75 inches wide, 3.25 inches by 3.25 inches top, on a 1.50 inches base.

    As always many thanks for your visit.
    Alan

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    1. larksel larksel, 2 years ago
      I think it could be Loetz from 1901-1902. For some unknown PNs from this time, decor "candia martelé umsponnen" (Ln?ni?ková book) is mentioned. To confirm it would be necessary to find the same decor in another - known Loetz shape. I think even a CW vase of the same shape assigned to Poschinger could be Loetz.
    2. Alan2310 Alan2310, 2 years ago
      Thank you so much larksel for your insight on this vase, very much appreciated that you take some time to looking and express your thoughts.
      Great info to look.
      Alan
    3. Alan2310 Alan2310, 2 years ago
      Thank you, mikelv85, bracken3, Michelleb007, aura, Manikin, jimtim, sklo42, philmac51, IronLace, larksel, artfoot, catteann, Newfld, ho2cultcha, Bambus1920, AdeleC, fortapache, vetraio50, bb2, hunterqlee, Mrstyndall, SpiritBear,to all of you for the appreciation.
      Alan
    4. Sammyz Sammyz, 2 years ago
      Wow Alan! That is a cool piece of glass in a great mount! LOVE it!
    5. Alan2310 Alan2310, 2 years ago
      Sammyz, YES, this one have a special meaning to me before larksel comments. Always add, great expectation to be LOETZ and now even more, i move to a different showcase that i name "The Untouchable" ROFL
      Many thanks for the visit, comment and appreciation.
      Alan

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