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Lichnowsky

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I've collected a variety of antiques: Art nouveau and deco glass (especially from Bohemia and Bavaria), porcelain (especially Danish), pottery (especially Gouda and I've collected a variety of antiques: Art nouveau and deco glass (especially from Bohemia and Bavaria), porcelain (especially Danish), pottery (especially Gouda and from Germany), postcards (between 1890 and 1940), visit-card portraits (around 1900 and earlier), coins (before 1940), engravings (from 1590 to 1850). I love art, classical music and hiking. I have done different Caminos de Santiago, and I have plans for a new long walk in september 2019 starting in Bayonne over the Pyrinees to Pamplona. I speak Spanish, and some English, German and Italian. Well, I also speak Galician because Galicia is my homeland. (Read more)

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Great art deco lamp of glass paste, marbled, around 1930 - Art Decoin Art Deco
Loetz large green tango glass bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz green Chiné vase, around 1897 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Creta Rusticana green vase, 1899 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz emerald green iridiscent fluted vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz pink tango glass vase with 3 black feet, ca. 1915 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz red tango glass 3 ball feet bowl, around 1915 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz White Opal Glass Vase with enamelled floral decor by Dagobert Peche, c.1916 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Lötz Art Nouveau pitcher ca. 1915 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Papillon. probably the most elegant piece of my collection! - Art Glassin Art Glass

Comments

  1. Anyway, the marks on the rim match to the Dresdener silversmith Hermann Behrnd, my doubts are just about the glass manufacturer.
  2. Thanks a lot, shareurpassion, for your kind comments! I wasn't able to see your similar piece, but I'm going to search on the internet for more. Have a fine day!
  3. And sorry for my bad English
  4. Hello to everybody, especially to truthordare and welzebub, who have extensively and generously contributed here with their knowledge and opinions. I think the materials you provided for the discussio...
  5. Many thanks for your nice reply, Sammyz, and excuse me that I made a rash remark. How strange that sounds to me! So it's a Kralik vase with an apparently authentic Lötz signature... Well, "inex...
  6. Thanks a lot for the catalog you have provided with your useful comment. Hoch interessant!
  7. Thanks Sammyz for your kind comment!
  8. NB: As for the price arbitrariness of antiques, it sometimes becomes nonsense, and certain sellers seem not to realize how pathetic they result...
  9. I am impressed by the beauty of this singular vase, especially for its truly artistic decoration!!!
  10. Hi welzebub. If you allow the suggestion of a non-expert, couldn't it be a rather modern Murano vase (70's...)?
  11. It is, indeed! Thank you Broochman for commenting!
  12. Hi Sammyz! I think you don't need to put a question mark at the end of the title because it looks like an authentic Loetz, and the signature is also genuine! I'm afraid there are Loetz shapes that ...
  13. Thanks a lot IronLace for commenting. I agree with you, this colour doesn't frequently show up, and the same about violet.
  14. Thanks a lot Michelleb007 for your nice and very interesting informations you have given here! Well, I have the Lötz monographic book published by Prestel, and several other on Bohemian glass, but may...
  15. Yes, they are, thank you!
  16. Hi Michelleb007, I've just posted two items with similar decor as your tri-handled vase, one of them (the jug) absolutly matching it! I,ve written a little bit information about this beautiful decor. ...
  17. Thanks for commenting Sammyz! So, not seldom. I didn't know.
  18. Oh, thanks a lot sklo42 for such a nice comment!
  19. Thank you Broochman. Yes, really, in spite of needing a cleaning!
  20. Yes, I also find that practice sad, though I thought it occurred only seldom. Instead, not few sellers offer items misdescribed, out of ignorance or attempting to deceive :-(
  21. Hi kralik1928, it's very ineresting what you point about the decor on this vase. I love many Peche's designs, and by the way one day I'll post a pottery vase from the Gmundner Keramik Austria attribut...
  22. Thank you all for expressing your enthusiasm! :-)
  23. All right, thanks a lot again welzebub for your prompt and interesting comment!
  24. Thank you kralik1928, for your kind remark!
  25. Thank you welzebub for your worthy information!
  26. Thank you vetraio50! You have a very big and fine collection too!
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Studio Glass Vase, Unsigned. Loetz Neurot (New Red) Cytisus Vase, st PN II-1118, ca. 1902 Loetz Gelbgrün Ausführung 36 Vase, PN II-5003, Eduard Prochaska design, ca. 1907 Loetz Urania-Silberiris vase with enamel fields, Otto Prutscher design, ca. 1929 WAECHTERSBAH - WEST GREMANY "CORA" Art Nouveau Loetz Olympia Vase Loetz Triangular Rusticana Vase Rindskopf Yellow and Deep Pink Iridescent Vase Loetz Creta mit Batzen Loetz Ausführung 146 rot Welz Red & Yellow - Petal Rim Treatment - A Small One!!