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Bambus1920's likes2 of 19Swirled rainbow satin glass vase Loetz Ausfuehrung 136, c.1910
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    Posted 2 years ago

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    Acquired in recent months, 5 new pieces for my Goldberg glass grouping, 4 green ones and a cranberry. The smallest one was a surprise as it seems to be a short hat pin holder. The largest one is reminiscent of Stolzle with squared rounded and dimpled base at 10 inches high.

    This type of glass was the first of the Bohemian pieces I discovered 8 years ago which had an intense vibrant green shade and silver deposit on an etched floral Nouveau decor, at a time when I was focused on silver decorated ceramic European decorative items.

    Later on, I learned that many glass items made during early 20th used this forest green color, cranberry, golden amber and dark cobalt with a mat or satin finish. The firm of Stolzle in their North Bohemia glass plant were also documented as producing these types of mat decorative glass items in the same colors, before WWI.

    Stolzle is especially known for their Art Deco pressed glass lines, with lovely soft glass colors and great designs. After WWI when the Austria-Hungary Empire was re-disposed in separate entities, and Stolzle in Vienna, which has 7 plants in the vast region of this empire had to re=organize their glass production.

    There is a 2 year old post here that I created about the Suchental hot molded glass plant in Bohemia, based on a document and image of one of their prize winning glass vases.

    Also an old post with more information about Stolzle glass identification, Kralik being considered instead, I still think Stolzle was the initial designer and it is very possible Kralik followed suit as they did many times with all the successful glass companies during this time period.

    Images taken in daylight shade.

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    1. larksel larksel, 2 years ago
      Very interesting. Beautiful collection. Thanks for the post.
    2. jscott0363 jscott0363, 2 years ago
      Such beautiful additions to your wonderful collection!!
    3. truthordare truthordare, 2 years ago
      Thank you for the loves and like. Much appreciated.

      Nice comments from the long term CW gentlemen collectors, Jscott and Larksel. I'm grateful.
    4. EZa EZa, 2 years ago
      Nice group. I love the little hatpin vase. I always have the urge to repair the silver, on Goldberg. I love your post on Stolzle, one of my favorite pieces is Stolzle.
    5. truthordare truthordare, 2 years ago
      yes EZa, made me realise there might be more novelty glass ladies vanity items we are not aware of by Goldberg. This is so satisfying to increase knowledge of our favorite glass. Thank you.
    6. Beyermann Beyermann, 6 months ago
      Hi truthordare!
      I have wanted to know more about Carl Goldberg for many years and am so glad to find your posts here! I have recently bought a vase that is sold as Carl Goldberg and painted by Beyermann&Company. Very interesting and unexpected ! Do you know if they worked together?

      I love your vases above! The motif of the largest one actually reminds me of the motif on a vase that is probably Beyermann&Company...!
      And a hat pin holder! Wow, never heard of before.
      May I contact you on facebook? / Thanks Marie

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