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Sammyz

Colorado, USA

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! I have two Samoyed dogs from which I derive my ID name. Email me at LMLAWDOG@YAHOO.COM (Read more)

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Loetz oil lamp shade in Thea and dark blue/silver threads - Art Glassin Art Glass
H. Luppens lamp and Loetz shade - Art Glassin Art Glass
Assorted Loetz decanters - Art Glassin Art Glass
Well, it finally happened.... - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz PN I-7467 ca. 1898 in blau Capri - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz vase in Hyacinth with silver/blue leaves, ca 1902? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz PN II-8235 shade in PG 6287 decor ca. 1912 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Vesuvian with silver overlay  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz PN-II 5042 in Candia Wellenoptisch mit silberhenckel ca 1907 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Looks like a Loetz, marked Daum Nancy? - Art Glassin Art Glass

Comments

  1. Amazing the label survived so long!
  2. Very festive! Thanks for the holiday cheer!
  3. Stupendous!!!! OMG be careful when putting these up on the wall!
  4. Thanks for your input Deb! I see what you mean about the PN II-906. The more folks looking for this, the more likely we will turn up an answer regarding this maker.
  5. Hi Tony, I see that the two sets of spots are different. IMHO the spots on my shade are simply thicker. The spots on the vase have "broken" and show the threaded texture underneath to poke throu...
  6. Thanks racer4four. I have a small nook with shelves. That, and every light in my house has Loetz shades on it, lol!
  7. Well, that didn't take long....! I found a lamp shade (different shape) PN II-2/651 that shows a similar thread pull with all the threads being involved and none left straight at the top. It says......
  8. Hi philmac51! Thanks. Yes, I see what you mean about PG829. I will surf around this morning and see if I can find something more definitive.
  9. OMG! Stupendous! Love the colors, form and beautiful enameling! That's a keeper!
  10. Luuuuuuv all the Bakalowits decors! Such rich coloring!
  11. Amazing! For some reason I thought this vase was 6 or more inches tall! It projects larger than it is!
  12. Instant bouquet any time of the year!
  13. Good to know about Loetz shades...
  14. Thanks racer4four! I love how it shows how creative and versatile Loetz was in designing for different tastes.
  15. Thanks Laura!!!! Glad you like them!
  16. Durand?
  17. Beautiful! Wonderful find Ales!
  18. What a great find! Beautiful!
  19. Wow! I am surprised at how petite it is! Very nice.
  20. Hi Michelle! Thanks so much. I will post a pic of it in the antique epergne to see what folks think.
  21. Thanks for the consolation sklo42.
  22. Thanks Whatsearcher. Thanks all. Thanks also Deb, unfortunately there are lots of little pieces that can't be put together. Oddly enough the top part does fit wonderfully in the silver epergne b...
  23. Thanks all! What a bummer.
  24. OMG, why do we have the urge to keep the pieces?! Personally, I anthropomorphize too much.
  25. Yes, LOUMANAL, I could probably have it cut and ground smooth as a small table vase or toothpick holder. I figured a few of you folks would know how this feels...
  26. Thanks Jerryboy!
  27. Thanks shareurpassion!
  28. Thanks inky, thanks Michelleb007! Glad you both enjoyed it.
  29. Thanks Ales!
  30. Fantastic! I've always liked that decor.
  31. Thank you rhineisfine!
  32. I know, I could just kick myself.
  33. Thanks inky. Sadly it was only in my possession for a few days before someone asked to buy it...:(
  34. Love the holes for additional flowers! I have a creta Papillon vase with three holes in it. https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/254099-pn-ii-167-ca-1900-in-creta-papillon-wit
  35. Thanks LauraH! Good to hear from you!
  36. Thanks vetraio! You got that right!!!
  37. Thanks fortapache! Glad you like the vase. I had to chuckle at your profile, that you live in Twin Peaks. I live in South Park, yes, THAT South Park.
  38. Thanks Michelle! Glad to hear from you!
  39. Lol, I had the same "waitaminute" moment!
  40. Fantastic! Love the rim!
  41. Hyacinth with volcano threads and silver and clear threads pulled into drips?
  42. Thanks Deb!
  43. Would the glass be smoky amethyst?
  44. I wonder what a floating candle would look like in this with the bubbles to reflect off of?
  45. Thanks MALKEY! Thanks EZa!
  46. Thank you Ales! Good to hear from you.
  47. Thanks MALKEY! Good to hear from you. Heal up in St Georges!
  48. Thanks Michelle!
  49. Good score Warren! I saw that they erroneously had that listed, was it "Diaspora" or "Mimosa" decor.
  50. Thanks inky, glad you enjoyed seeing it!
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