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B: Fantasy apartment27 of 250STUART ABELMAN -USA Art Nouveau Loetz-type vase with sterling silver overlay.
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Posted 4 years ago


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Pair of green cased over Opal iridescent and decorated with platinum peacock pulled feather motif and bordered with opal. Shades have a 2 1/4" non-standard fitter and NOT signed. I've attributed these shades as Durand and I'm hoping someone in CW can correct me.


  1. LoetzBuddies LoetzBuddies, 4 years ago
    jamdan2k : I've collected Durand for 100 years ! I know Durand shades were not signed but the feathering on these shades does not look like Durand feathering. Just my opinion.
  2. JJZ JJZ, 4 years ago
    jamdan2k, I have to go with FWF on this...I know his "100 years" must count for the fitters also raise a question mark...
    like FWF say, just my opinion also...
  3. jamdan2k jamdan2k, 4 years ago
    Thank you........Really appreciate your inputs especially from the advanced collectors. Do you think these shades are contemporary?
  4. dasullywon dasullywon, 4 years ago
    I think they could be contemporary. As JJZ has pointed out, the fitters don't look like vintage/antique, and modern shades have this fitter style. Lundberg?
  5. jamdan2k jamdan2k, 4 years ago
    dasullywon, I don't think is Lundberg but I will contact them to check. Thanks for the comment.
  6. Lisa-lighting Lisa-lighting, 3 years ago
    You might want to check with Carl at Phoenix too, he has the skill to make these. If you can't find Carl, Brian Severn was very familiar with the work that Carl produced if I remember correctly so he might be able to help you. He is very involved in Harrach research, I think.

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