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Kralik Silberiris over Amethyst Ground with Acid Cut Back Jugendstil Design, ca. 1900

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Luster102 of 266Uncommon Rindskopf DecorLoetz Flammarion Genre 2534 by Leopold Bauer prod. form 4214 circa 1906
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Posted 6 years ago


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Take a large (10.5" tall) Kralik vase in a classic shape with a heavy silver iridescent outer layer, add a wax resist in a jugenstil floral pattern, then dip the whole thing in acid, then clean and remove the wax, and what do you get? A spectacular Kralik vase! There are similar examples in the Glass Museum in Passau.


  1. famatta127 famatta127, 6 years ago
    Spectacular and fairly rare for Kralik. I have owned this decor on a green ground. The amethyst works much better as a contrast for the Silberiris in my opinion. Congrats on your new acquisition.
  2. cogito cogito, 6 years ago
    I want. I want.
  3. LoetzBuddies LoetzBuddies, 6 years ago
    Lovely. I have seen this on a number of dealer's web sites listed as Loetz. Not to mention any names of course.

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