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Cold Painted Bronze Jugendstil Candlestick

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Art Nouveau3167 of 3262Patinated Bronze Ram VaseLoetz Phänomen/Phenomen Genre Art Glass Vase, circa 1902-05 similar to P.G. 2/450
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    Posted 11 years ago

    cogito
    (143 items)

    Jugendstil candlestick, Central European origin?, about 1900. Candlestick made of cold-painted bronze in the form of a female water spirit or maiden holding a lily blossom aloft. Unsigned. 6.7”(H) x 4.5”(W)
    Any attribution information to a maker or manufacturer would be most appreciated.

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    Comments

    1. Shawnl86 Shawnl86, 11 years ago
      Awesome piece of Art Work!
    2. cogito cogito, 11 years ago
      Please email me (pulvinar20@yahoo.com) with information about the piece you saw coming up for auction. I would like to find out more about my piece or possibly even obtain the other one so I can have a pair! Thx, Jeff.
    3. cogito cogito, 11 years ago
      Fair enough. Thanks for looking.
    4. epson233 epson233, 10 years ago
      i have placed several loves in some of your postings -- all are very nice -- thank you for posting and for the information shared
    5. cogito cogito, 10 years ago
      Thanks for the kind words. Half the pleasure of collecting is the ability to share the obsession with others. Cheers!
    6. epson233 epson233, 10 years ago
      very pretty postings -- you have great taste -- loved them all
    7. sarahoff sarahoff, 10 years ago
      Reminds me of Gustav Gurschner's bronze work.
    8. sarahoff sarahoff, 10 years ago
      Sorry, I didn't realize you already had a Gurschner bronze in your collection. You've probably already ruled that out as an option:)
    9. cogito cogito, 10 years ago
      Yeah, as much as I would like to wish it, this piece is not in Gurschner's catalog raissone.
    10. marmite, 5 years ago
      Hi everyone, I stumbled across this post via a google image search while trying to track down clues about my bronze ladies. The picture on this post is only the second unique image I've found (the other being a past auction on an auction site) - I've been searching for about 5 years and the images only started to appear in searches 2 days ago - very odd. Anyway, I have a pair of these (non-matching) and this one is what I think of as the 'right hand' candlestick, I've yet to see any images of the left one. Did you find anything else out about these or are you still stuck? The only help I can offer is that mine came through the family from someone wealthy with Austrian roots, so we assume that's where they originated - mine have no visible marks on either candlestick, unfortunately. If I can work out how to post an image I can put up a picture of the pair, if you're interested?

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