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That's a very nice piece of White House glass!! BTW Arthur J. Nash was the brains behind Tiffany glass. Louis C. Tiffany never blew a piece of glass in his life, all of the glass formulas and irid...
Now I know why the seller didn't respond to my PM :) Congrats, it's a beauty!
Johnolyth glass is so rare to find in the U.S., and I suspect they didn't make a lot of it to begin with. I've been after an example for a long time, especially the example with the dragon fly :) ...
Beautiful piece Ales. I'm curious why you wouldn't consider it either a glass school piece or even perhaps made by Harrach. Harrach did make a fair bit of similar cameo, but it's not found in the wi...
What's not to love about it! Great find!
Ales I really enjoy the diversity in your Bohemian glass tastes, you and are are peas of the same pod :) Love you're Harrach Formosa vase! I have a Harrach Formosa covered box coming someday (thin...
Stunning piece of glass, nice find! The shape is a well known Harrach shape, but not surprised Don things it's Josephinenhutte. He seems quite convinced that everything is :)
Ales I could probably go through the Harrach design books and look for this when I get a chance. The books from the 1860's are pretty spectacular as many of the pieces are hand painted/colored.
Well you don't see those every day that's for sure, congrats on the find!
All beautiful Loetz, I particularly like the trumpet vase.
Beautiful work, nice find Michelle!
Nice snag, I knew that was going to be something good when I saw it, good on you.
Nice one Warren! Reminds me of the Loetz feather vase I just picked up.
I have the same one as the small one in the second photo. I always thought it was Harrach, glad to know it's in fact Loetz!!
That's a beauty Warren. You almost have to see that decor in person to really appreciate all that's going on. Congrats!
Glad to see it is identified in the 1893 Worlds Fair photo as proof positive Loetz.
I have a couple examples of this, it's lovely work, very underrated IMO. I'm sure if it were Loetz, it'd go for substantially more :)
Beautiful and rare, congratulations on your find!
Museum quality is a misnomer, as they have many broken, chipped, repaired, restored pieces in their collections. Warren you've been a busy boy!! Always amazed what turns up in a DIY lamp.
If I count the art nouveau decanter set, I'm up to about a dozen pieces of Schlevogt Ingrid glass, this is the first piece of black glass from that genera of glass. The real McCoy was nice quality wo...
Super piece Warren, nice find!!
Beautiful pair!! Amazing their signed, that's great!
Thanks gents! It's amazing what comes up and the history and research are all part of the passion. Love this hobby!
Nice find, those "M" crimps strike again :)
Nice paperweight! Warren are you collecting Lundberg now?
Nice write-up Volkmar. Probably the most expensive piece of Tango glass ever sold eh? Is it your piece?
Warren I was thinking perhaps these were made by Schliersee?
One of my favorite Loetz decors, what's not to love!
That's a stunner Warren, glad you were able to acquire it.
Interesting, I have a similarly sized Loetz platter as well, done in something similar to Titania Genre 2516 Perl glass, and it's footed.
Incredible find, congrats!!
You can scratch Lundberg, Orient & Flume off the list.
Stunners, congrats on the great catch!
That WAS a fantastic buy, but wow, unbelievable the seller would ship it so poorly packed :( I purchased a VERY rare Harrach bear in a forest fire scene cameo glass lamp shade, and the seller did a...
I have one of these uber rare Harrach "Tiffany" Art Nouveau vases, it's a JIP: http://www.glasscollector.net/Blog/glass-notes/this-piece-has-alluded-me-for-a-long-time-harrach-art-nouveau-persian-s...
This is an easy one, lovely pair of Art Nouveau Poschinger vases!
Warren nice find and thanks for posting this. I know I've read of these AKA signatures on Kralik cameo glass, but not sure if I've seen one come up in the wild (I should, I usually keep an eye on cam...
Apparently I need some glass spies too :) Great late piece, the controlled bubbles really make this piece!
Nice one, signed LOETZ cameo glass is getting tough to find.
Deb that was the impression I got when discussing the additional volumes with Jitka. Such a shame, I'd love to see anything else they have on the pre-1900 work.
Thanks Lisa. I'm referring to the Loetz pattern book Jitka published in 2012. It covers most of 1900-1914, there are holes, but there's a wealth of new information. IIRC Jitka was going to pub...
Thanks for the loves and comments. Kai thanks for the auction info, I'll take a look. Deb you're welcome to use the photos.
Nice piece, and that was a great price. I was set to bid on it and got tied up with work. It does seem to open a can of worms.
I have a matching large footed console bowl, also signed Ca. Loetz, and the workmanship is beautiful.
Beautiful vase, hard to be positive it's Harrach, but there's a good chance.
Very nice, not so sure on the Loetz attribution, but very nice piece.
I wondered where that piece went :) Your photos sure make it look much nicer then the original sellers did, as I probably would've went for it with your photos. Very nice buy, and great photos!
Couple of interesting observations: - I've been to dozens of glass centric museums in the Czech Republic, Poland, and Germany. I've seen many types of obscure glass makers represented, yet never ...
Michelle I think their work is pretty interesting too. They were seemingly attempting to make glass imitate pottery and porcelain in many of their efforts. I have a few pieces of their work, but t...
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