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My husband and I have been collecting art glass for many years. We probably have not met a piece of art glass that we didn't like. Our interests range from Loetz & My husband and I have been collecting art glass for many years. We probably have not met a piece of art glass that we didn't like. Our interests range from Loetz & Bohemian glass to works from Studio artists such as Lotton, Satava, etc. In 2012, when Eddy Scheppers decided to sell the website he had created, Loetz.com, Tony Ellery and I purchased it to ensure that collectors from around the world would continue to have access to this amazing site. We also wanted to preserve the history of this glass and dedicate our time doing Loetz research to provide updates and corrections based on archival resources. We welcome any large size photos of Loetz examples that you would like to submit to: info@loetz.com (Read more)


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Wanted: A photographic example of a Loetz vase produced in PN II-595 in a crete ground that looks like this decor! - Art Glassin Art Glass
I bought this vase because … - Art Glassin Art Glass
A Birthday present to us! - Art Glassin Art Glass
A "Fantaska" new Loetz Decor! - Art Glassin Art Glass
Poshinger vs PK Green Ground & red veins - Art Glassin Art Glass
Identifying Loetz Decors - Art Glassin Art Glass
Identifying Loetz! - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Decor Names... - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz PG 6893 was not only fairly common but was made in almost every color that Loetz produced! - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Animal Figures- Turtle & Stork - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. What an amazing and beautiful example of Beckert's Melusin DEK series. One of these days I hope to find an example similar to this! You are so lucky to own such a wonderful piece of art glass.
  2. I love these later Loetz shapes. The feet are great. I can see how delicate they are and understand their rarity.
  3. Beautiful! There is also an example of this decor in the Loetz early Loetz case at the PGM.
  4. I love this decor. You have a wonderful collection featuring a variety of interesting shapes and colors. Congratulations on putting together such a fine collection of Ausf 165.
  5. I just love this one! It is amazing in so many respects. The DEK looks pristine. I am glad you were able to get the marks out. I have seen marks like this before and believe it is caused by leaving ...
  6. Thank you for this history. Do you know how these were made? I am assuming that Dunn sent the metal to Loetz to be worked with their glass.
  7. Very nice collection of Ausf 166. Thank you for sharing this information along with the documentation of the shapes.
  8. What an amazingly beautiful piece! Congratulations
  9. I love the bright colors and lotus shapes of these bowls. The later “Prochaska” type flower form with the cobalt blue sticks encasing the yellow vase is very nice and also unusual.
  10. Wonderful collection of Ausf 124. Congratulations!
  11. A very rare and beautiful example of this designer's work and collaboration with Loetz. Congratulations
  12. Beautiful vase and lucky you! I posted a few photos of your new vase next to it's brother. Check out DEK IV/513 here: https://www.loetz.com/decors-a-z/dek/dek-i-513
  13. All beautiful examples of Ausf 226. Your Imperial-red example is especially nice and quite rare.
  14. A great and rare find! Congratulations.
  15. What a wonderful and interesting collection of shades in a similar shape. I love this type of collection that shows off shape and decor variations. Thank for sharing. Congratulations.
  16. Lovely and so nice to see the DEK mark so clearly. Congratulations!
  17. You have a great eye. Few would know who made this bowl. Congratulations!
  18. Very nice! Congratulations.
  19. Wonderful and rare examples!
  20. Nice piece of Bohemian glass history. Very interesting! This should look great hung up on the wall of your "Museum".
  21. Good work Jill. Thanks the correct shape example for II-595.
  22. This is a signature piece and would be prized in any Loetz collection. Spectacular! Congratulations.
  23. Your Perlglas collection is amazing!! Each one is not only beautiful but very rare. Thank you for sharing this information and the photos of your vases.
  24. These are al very nice examples of the Goldiris decor. The vase with the #59 cut design is a very rare example. Congratulations on such a nice collection. Thank you also for sharing this information.
  25. Shuzbut - Maybe I missed something here but the only vase that I found that you showed was the link to an auction house's rainbow vase. While the auction house attributed that vase to Webb, it is actu...
  26. Shuzbut - Yes, I think the auction house got it wrong. But to their defense most auction houses don't understand the depth of production of Loetz. This early example of Loetz rainbow can even be doub...
  27. Very interesting! Etrusk is a wonderful Loetz decor.
  28. Love it!
  29. Wonderful post along with photos of great examples. Very interesting. Thank you!
  30. Wow! Just beautiful. Congratulations on being able to add such a fine example to your early Loetz collection.
  31. All beautiful examples especially the first one! Thanks for taking the time to share this information.
  32. Beautiful and rare! Congratulations on adding such a fine example to your collection!
  33. These decors are exciting on their own but for the designers they must have been selected to help compliment and enhance their shape designs. Great examples of these decors. Thanks for sharing.
  34. What a wonderful collection. Not many collectors have examples done by MK, but your collection in these shapes is superb! I especially love your rare example of PN 1090/51, pensée with diana ciselé. ...
  35. Teaks everyone for the kind comments and loves.
  36. Love it!
  37. I love the Arcadia decor as well. I agree, it is also fun collecting various shapes produced in the same decor. Nice collection! Thanks for sharing.
  38. Great research! Thank you for sharing this.
  39. OMG, perfection! Congratulations.
  40. A beautiful example of Loetz and the historical information most informative. Thank you!
  41. Just a wonderful example! Congratulations
  42. Very interesting! Thanks so much for sharing this research and information. Love your collection of mussels.
  43. Wonderful research, Brian. Thank you!
  44. Very interesting! I did not know this. Thanks for the information on this art glass.
  45. Love it! Congratulations.
  46. Another amazing piece. Congratulations! You have a wonderful MK collection already in just these first two pieces.
  47. I have a question for you about the Loetz Columbia decor. I tried to reach you via email but didn't hear back. Try to reach me at info@loetz.com. Thanks!
  48. Thanks, Kai. That means a lot coming from you as I know and admire your wonderful collection of Loetz also.
  49. A very impressive vase indeed! I have seen it in person so I know how wonderful it truly is.
  50. Beautiful- absolutely beautiful!
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