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The second vase is French. The French firm of D'Argyl was active in Paris during the height of the Art Deco period. I believe that they were retailers and I have found the following listing for the c...
A lot of confusion here. The Mark has not been associated directly with Loetz and there still seems to be a great deal of disagreement that this is even a Loetz shape or decor. I think any conclusions...
cogito, ZIPPER FORMING, See Page 346 in Loetz, Bohemian Glass 1880-1940 for a visual description on the procedure that includes the formation of these dots as part of the process in making of vase 56a...
These may be Gebruder Funk, For similar vase see; http://www.ebay.de/itm/Kunstglas-Vase-Gebruder-Funk-Co-Art-Deco-Kunst-Glas-um-1920-/261037206657?pt=Glas_Kristall&hash=item3cc707ac81
Jericho, You may find that your examples in Photos 4 & 5 are actually a different technique used by Kralik, a crystalized frosting that gives the appearance of frost on glass. Examine your vases close...
Jericho, I must ask again, can you show photos of your examples of Provenance Marks, the only Kralik Signature I have ever seen has been on acid etched Cameo pieces. I have never seen an Oval "Czech...
Jericho, Please correct your copy to read; marked with CZECHO-SLOVAKIA in an Oval. But not to be confused with a similar CZECHO SLOVAKIA, no hyphen in a broader fatter oval.
I find it hard to imagine a description of a signature, or more correctly in this case a Provenance Mark. Can you include photos of these marks to better educate the readers ?
There were machines used for the extrusion of this fine random threading and also for the application of fine even threading as with Loetz Ausf. 166 The final appearance depended on the the manipulat...
A great selection. Do you own all of them ?