Posted 2 years ago
These three thickly enameled Loetz vases exhibit no 'Dek Numbers', therefore they might have been décorated not by Loetz itself, but by some Bohemian refinery using Loetz blanks. The first vase was made in 1899 for Max Emanuel, London PN=346/714-716 showing an eight-fold repeated orchid motiv. For the second vase, with four-fold lobed M-crimped rim, manufactured in the very same spreading colour, possibly 'Camelien Rot', I didn't find it's PN. The last vase was made in 'Magenta' red, it's PN is unknown, too. All three vases show a fine matte iridescense. The vases stand H=15 D=15 cm, H=12.5 D=15 and finally H=21 D=9 cm.