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Sammyz's items9 of 93Assorted Loetz decantersLoetz PN I-7467 ca. 1898 in blau Capri
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    Posted 4 years ago

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    There comes a time in every Loetz collector's life, where they break one of their pieces. That day came for me, today. I am so sad that I did this, and such a unique piece too!

    Well, I know others who have broken even rarer Loetz glass and will try to take it as it comes. I am one of those people that makes things. Out of anything. Therefore, I resolve to save the pieces and collect other's shards to make a Loetz glass mosaic. If you have any pieces you would be willing to relinquish please let me know.

    RIP, Loetz vase. Beautiful even in death.

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 4 years ago
      Speechless but ....
    2. jimtim jimtim, 4 years ago
      I know the feeling well. I have a Richardson tulip vase sitting in a glad plastic container just waiting for something to come along so I can make a new creation out of the pieces.
    3. LOUMANAL LOUMANAL, 4 years ago
      Twas a beauty! the bulb part looks intact...surely it can be resuscitated sans legs into something fantastic. I feel for your loss...been there done that.
    4. Sammyz Sammyz, 4 years ago
      Yes, LOUMANAL, I could probably have it cut and ground smooth as a small table vase or toothpick holder. I figured a few of you folks would know how this feels...
    5. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 4 years ago
      I feel your pain too Sammyz -- though I'm nobody's 'fine art glass collector', I do also know the feeling of accidentally 'losing' an otherwise pretty old glass thing... :-(
    6. freiheit freiheit, 4 years ago
      Oh, that hurts! I know the feeling. A few years ago I heard this big bang in the guest room and I knew something bad had happened: A shelf with my most loved glass pieces had collapsed! One vase survived unharmed: My husband bought it for me the day I arrived in Canada. That's destiny:)
    7. inky inky, 4 years ago
      Sooo! sorry sammyz..but! I think what you are doing with the pieces is wonderful, still with you but just not in the same form!..
    8. Sammyz Sammyz, 4 years ago
      Thanks all! What a bummer.
    9. Watchsearcher Watchsearcher, 4 years ago
      I feel bad giving this a “love”....a sad occurrence, but it’s still beautiful, even after the untimely demise.
    10. LoetzDance LoetzDance, 4 years ago
      Oh, so sorry! There is nothing worse than the sound of breaking glass in ones collection. I look forward to see the reincarnation of this beautiful piece. However, before you do this, there are glass restorers that do wonderful work. The pieces look all there.
    11. LauraH LauraH, 4 years ago
      So sorry, Sammyz!
    12. Sammyz Sammyz, 4 years ago
      Thanks Whatsearcher. Thanks all. Thanks also Deb, unfortunately there are lots of little pieces that can't be put together.

      Oddly enough the top part does fit wonderfully in the silver epergne base from Birmingham, UK!
    13. sklo42 sklo42, 4 years ago
      As you can't repair it a silver epergne seems the ideal solution. It would showcase the still pretty glass perfectly.
    14. Sammyz Sammyz, 4 years ago
      Thanks for the consolation sklo42.
    15. Michelleb007 Michelleb007, 4 years ago
      I am so sorry, Sammyz. I can't like this post at all. But I'd like to see what you decide to do in the end; I am sure it will be creative.
    16. Sammyz Sammyz, 4 years ago
      Hi Michelle! Thanks so much. I will post a pic of it in the antique epergne to see what folks think.

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