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Art Nouveau3014 of 3250Loetz Ausführung 134 Loving Cup...found on disc from 2003...only image I haveCirca 1902 Loetz Iridescent Cameo Acid Cut Back Technique/ Dekor 295
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    Posted 10 years ago

    ozmarty
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    The inages do not show the wonderful soft iridescent surface of this vase . Someone during it's 100 or so yoears of life felt it needed an uplift and so painted ( badly) the metal mount . It thin the mount was made by a company called Stohlze ( I probably have mis-spelt it!!) .
    5"high by 5 1/2 "diameter.
    Glass glass with four dimples to the sides.

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    1. cogito cogito, 10 years ago
      Very nice, Oz. I bet you could strip the paint off the mount.
    2. ozmarty ozmarty, 10 years ago
      Yes Cogito it will be easy enough to do . Suspect that the silver plateing is worn. will let you know the results when I have time to do it.
    3. Lisa-lighting Lisa-lighting, 10 years ago
      If you want to do it without effort. Find an old crock pot. Fill it with water pop in the painted metal before you go to bed and check it in the morning. :o) The simmering takes the paint off everything from brass to iron. A friend of mine did all the door hardware in his whole home this way. It looks fabulous and it is effortless. Great when you have a zillion other things you should be doing.
    4. ozmarty ozmarty, 10 years ago
      hi Lisa that is a great idea.
    5. Lisa-lighting Lisa-lighting, 10 years ago
      I hope you find it useful. Thank you for letting me know that you like the idea.
    6. Londonloetzlearner Londonloetzlearner, 10 years ago
      Ozmarty, I don't know if you got anywhere attributing this little beauty, but I have something very similar. Same metal collar (mine's worse - badly but firmly glued on!), same soft iridescence, same four dimples. Differences - mine is cobalt blue and a different shape. If you're interested, I can post some pics.
    7. Mac63 Mac63, 10 years ago
      Marty I believe this was made by Stolzle. Here is a link to a few pieces I have:
      http://bohemianglasscollector.blogspot.ca/search/label/Stolzle
      Mac
    8. ozmarty ozmarty, 10 years ago
      Thanks Mac63 , I do believe this is Stolzle , another one of the little know glass producers .
      here is a link to their present site
      http://www.stoelzle.com/sto-history.html
    9. ozmarty ozmarty, 10 years ago
      Hi L... L ...L .... is the top glued or centnted ( plaster of paris / cornice cement ) ?
      If the latter just a soaking in water could soften it enough to facilitate removal.
    10. Londonloetzlearner Londonloetzlearner, 10 years ago
      No, glued, I'm afraid, with something truly horribly, gummy, very old but clearly not original - and pretty tough. I'm afraid that any of the usual suspects for dealing with glue might also damage the iridescence. Joy! I'll post it - any suggestions gratefully received!

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