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I am starting to think I am a compulsive buyer. Pickard china, Ethiopian opals, Loetz art glass, anything with silver overlay....I make opal jewelry and burlwood laI am starting to think I am a compulsive buyer. Pickard china, Ethiopian opals, Loetz art glass, anything with silver overlay....I make opal jewelry and burlwood lamp shades to keep my mind off buying more! Email me at LMLAWDOG@YAHOO.COM (Read more)

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Loetz Cobalt Papillon decanter w/Cobalt iris tropfen - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz/Kralik discussion of spurious marks for Lichnowsky - Art Glassin Art Glass
A Loetz cachepot, unknown decor, PN II-787 ca. 1900 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz PN III-1821 cameo & cut glass vase ca. 1923 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rare Loetz PN II-2501 hellrosa and candia silberiris Iris boudoir lamp ca 1905 - Art Glassin Art Glass
My first Fritz Heckert marmopal! - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz PN-II 6277 shade in Gre 6279 ca 1908 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz shade on brass art nouveau lamp - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Chine lamp shade in rosa? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Early Loetz floriform shade ca. 1898 - Art Glassin Art Glass

Comments

  1. All STUNNING!
  2. I think you're right about the existence of matching vases and shades! After I found my elfenbein shade innen silber in Gre 2409, I recall having seen a vase also in same decor. If I find it again, ...
  3. OMG that is awesome! I saw those vases, there were two of them and I wondered if Loetz made them! Beautiful!
  4. Fantastic!
  5. Thanks MALKEY! Hope you are well. Thanks Craig! Glad you like it.
  6. Amazing cameo detail!
  7. Thanks larksel! Thanks vetraio50, it sure is amazing.. . too bad the purple iridescence doesn't show. Thanks bill! Stop by the Rocky Mtns and I'll pour you a glass from it!
  8. Not to disrespect the artistry of this piece, but I can't help seeing a stomach, intestines and ...!
  9. I am generally not a Tango fan, but I love the Tangerine Martele! Very unique.
  10. Wow22-no, I think the shape is the same. I had the Mercur vase and it depended on if you were looking straight at a dimple or not. If it was turned to the side it appeared less rounded because of th...
  11. AWESOME! Sure would be nice if it was possible to polish out these fake marks! I have a bowl that is lovely except for the unnecessary fake Loetz mark!
  12. Glad you like this vase! One note about the pattern number...I posit that these are miniature patterns. PN II-551 appears to be a miniature of the Mercur vase you have. One might assume that ...
  13. Perfect for holding three small plants!
  14. Interesting. Like Titania threads on clear...?
  15. Hi Lichnowsky! Nothing rash about it! That signature is authentic, it is just on the wrong vase, lol! Someone was trying to get more money for it...but it is still an awesome little vase. The silve...
  16. SIMPLY BEAUTIFUL!
  17. Thanks nittygritty1962!
  18. Hi Craig! Your two cents would be appreciated!
  19. Good morning MALKEY! Well, it's morning here in the Rocky Mtns..not sure about Newcastle.
  20. Does anyone have a pic of the wheel cutter used by Loetz?
  21. Hi Lichnowsky! Thanks for your observations. I have since found a pic of a vase of the same shape in a known Kralik decor, Honeycomb in Panel that leads me to believe this vase was a Kralik with a s...
  22. Thanks jimtim, AdeleC, artfoot, MALKEY, Melo1968, LauraH, IronLace, vetraio50, larksel, sklo42, Michelleb007, fortapache,Wow22, TimeTraveller!
  23. Thanks Michelle! Definitely one you don't see everyday.
  24. OMG! That is AWESOME!
  25. Thanks MALKEY! Glad you liked this little vase. Hope it brought some cheer to your day.
  26. Thanks MALKEY! Great to see you back on CW!
  27. Just saw one a few days ago. On a popular auction site. Fake signature on an actual Loetz vase, that is.... Love Goldiris.
  28. YAY! MALKEY is back! Whoo hoo! I was starting to get worried about you! You were missed. Fabulous Loetz cameo! You have a great eye as always.
  29. Beautiful! That would be amazing with mirror-polished pewter!
  30. Hi Kai! Thanks so much for your research on this topic!
  31. I think i found your original lamp....take a look at this picture. I think what you have is the top half of this hanging lamp. http://collection-passion-etampes.over-blog.org/article-6346823.html
  32. This appears to have been made by Prensaich Porzellan Manufactur in Plaue (P.P.M.) Germany, mid to late 1800's. The hunters shooting a turkey panel is PPM 142 and I will let you know the number, when ...
  33. Thanks LauraH! Yes, it has been a good couple of weeks, for sure! My collection is getting a little out of cotrol...
  34. Thanks philmac51! I have always wanted a cameo but it was hard to find something smaller.
  35. I just found a single panel in the exact pattern of the fox and cubs. It is an antique located in Belgium so I wonder if yours is old European?
  36. How awesome! I love the detail and depth of the images! Great find!
  37. Lol! Yes, vetraio50, I sure did! On ebay! This little number is so UV reactive, I swear it glows in regular light! Thanks Mrstyndall!
  38. Thanks Deb! I will post a pic lit up when I get it re-wired.
  39. If I recall, Bakalowits had a number of irregular shaped pieces. Maybe the decor is one of theirs?
  40. Hi Michelle, thanks!
  41. Hi Craig! Thanks. You are absolutely right! This is a gem. It is absolutely MINT as if it arrived in its original box. I am so tickled to have it!
  42. Good morning all...thanks so much for the loves and comments! I am still a bit stunned over this beauty! I can't wait to refurbish the lighting components in a more antique manner.
  43. Hi Broochman! You sure got that right!
  44. Fantastic! The teal is wonderful!
  45. LOVE the flowers!
  46. Thanks all for the loves! Thanks Bambus1920! Delightful indeed! Such a tiny example of Marmopal.
  47. Thanks LauraH! Thank you PSAV360! Hi Alan2310, I'm glad you like it!
  48. Wonderful! Looks like Hibiscus flowers and leaves!
  49. Awesome, thanks for the clarification Warren!
  50. I'm confused...as usual! Enamel fields? Is that the white lines? Or are they separated glass threads in white? Is Urania the yellowish-brown base color or the overall decor name? This looks like...
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