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Loetz Ausführung C Wave Optic Variant, ca. 1936

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LOETZ8 of 199Loetz Diana Cisele, Prod. Nr. Unknown, Part 1Candia Papillon Serie II, Form Nr. 39 - No, it's not a Honeybaked ham :)
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Posted 6 years ago


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Just in from across the pond, an exciting variation on a late 1930s deco-era Loetz decor.

Ground: Crystal, blown in wave-optic mold, stripes of green granules with red trailing.

Last photo is taken from Loetz "sample photos" shown in the back of Loetz Boehmisches Glas, 1880-1940, Band 2 (Musterschnitte) and shows two examples of this shape.

There are further examples of Ausf. A and C (and Schaumglas) on the excellent and websites.


  1. bohemianglassandmore bohemianglassandmore, 4 years ago
    I used to think the difference was in the threading - Ausf A had short, broken "zig zag" type threads, whereas C was more of a continuous winding around the piece. Now, I'm not so sure. This deserves a closer look...

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