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Loetz Candy Bowl, Blaugrün Verlaufend Gerippt & Geschrenkt mit Silberfuß, PN II-7682, ca. 1910

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    Posted 30 days ago

    bohemiangl…
    (597 items)

    "Geschrenkt" has no direct translation from German that I can find, but I think the best English word to use is probably "crinkled". Similar to Ausf. 116 in all aspects except for the absence of the applied "foxcomb" decoration, this decor is characterized by its use of a color spreading to clear (in this case, blue-green, but also found in pansy, pink, or moss green), ribbed optic (gerippt), and crinkled texture (geschrenkt).

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    1. Alan2310 Alan2310, 30 days ago
      Another very special piece Warren, Congratulation.
      Alan
    2. vetraio50 vetraio50, 30 days ago
      EXQUISITE !!!!
    3. larksel larksel, 30 days ago
      Wonderful. Congratulations.
    4. Sammyz Sammyz, 29 days ago
      Amazing! Love it!
    5. renedijkstra, 29 days ago
      i think this is outstanding , and in such a good condition

      bauschen
      falzen
      schrumpfen
      plissieren !
    6. Elisabethan Elisabethan, 29 days ago
      Beautiful! I would love to have this. Bet it looks great with fruit in it. Most wonderful!
    7. glasfreund glasfreund, 28 days ago
      A wonderful piece of glass!
      "Geschrenkt" is an outdated spelling and is no longer used in the German language today. Originally, it denoted entangled things - in simple terms, things laid crosswise on top of each other. However, the term used by Lötz obviously stands for the special crackle pattern. This is executed differently than, for example, the Mimosa decor and is more similar to the crackleé patterns of other glassworks such as Kralik and Poschinger. However, it is also obvious that the name could be a variation of "geschreckt". This would refer to the process of "shocking" the hot glass surface with cold water, which produces the craquelé.
    8. renedijkstra, 28 days ago
      glasfreund made sense , i might talk bs because i am not an etymologist , it must be some kind of umlaut detour

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