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bohemianglassandmore

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I collect Bohemian glass from all periods from Historicism through Art Deco. Main interests are Loetz, Kralik, Rindskopf and Harrach, but there are so many more thatI collect Bohemian glass from all periods from Historicism through Art Deco. Main interests are Loetz, Kralik, Rindskopf and Harrach, but there are so many more that deserve our attention! I also enjoy research and love a good glass mystery. I collaborate with an international group of collectors and have great fun doing it! (Read more)

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Loetz Opalin Verlaufend Phänomen Genre 6893, PN I-7504, 1898 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Pampas Vases, ca. 1900 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Bohemian "Titania-type" Glass Vase, ca. 1910 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz "Cattail" bowl, ca. 1930s - Art Glassin Art Glass
Very Rare Loetz Astglas in Creta - PN II-777, ca. 1900 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Candia m. Silberstreifen, PN III-613, ca. 1920 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Trio of Loetz Phänomen Genre 6893 Vases in Consecutive PNs - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz "Grau Melusin Schief Gewaltzt", PN II-3889, ca. 1908 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz "Schaumglas" Goblet, Marie Wilfert-Waltl Design, PN II-3900, ca. 1906 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Phänomen Genre Bowl, ca. 1902 - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Great piece, Michelle- it's interesting to me that Arno Richter seemed to favor this decor.
  2. You'll get the next one, Leah. :)
  3. No, it's pretty clear
  4. It was listed as Creta Chine. I looked a little closer, and was like...'waitaminute… something is amiss here... :)
  5. Jill - no idea - probably destroyed in one of the fires is my guess.
  6. This comes in two varieties - regular vertical stripes, or ones like this in "gedreht" (twisted) stripes.
  7. Sorry to say, I think you have a bad signature there. But it's a beautiful Loetz vase!
  8. Thanks, Ales - as soon as I saw it, I went to your site. :)
  9. Hi, Jill - I did see it- apart from the size difference, III-3857 has a cut rim, and based on the descriptions of the decors listed, these are pieces in semi-transparent glass (rauchamethyst, saphir) ...
  10. I’m with you lads :)
  11. Really a wonderful vase! Certainly good clues to follow, also.
  12. kivatinitz, so far, so good - able to work from home and stay safe. Hope you and your are as well.
  13. I have the same piece in color and decoration, but without the applied handles. Nice example!
  14. Would love to see yours when it arrives, Aleš :)
  15. Jill, no, the paper pattern does not match any of the shown examples; I only included it here to show the nomenclature that Loetz used. I wish I could find an example in that shape; it would certainly...
  16. Ales, I think it could also be I-8127, or maybe an unpublished Series II analog of I-8127.
  17. I think so, too. When I was originally just scrolling past it, I thought it was rosa or something like that. But I looked at it not too long ago and it dawned on me that it was just the iridescence, a...
  18. Patience and timing are everything, Jill. :)
  19. I'm so glad somebody finally bought this one - I was curious to know what was going on with that glass color :) Now, good luck finding a lamp with a 4" fitter ring!
  20. St = similar to... the piece matches the paper pattern, but the decor is not listed for that shape.
  21. Al, I absolutely could not! :)
  22. Superb, Aleš - congratulations on a great find!
  23. Nice job on the new lid!
  24. I had never seen it before. The quality combined with the label gave it away.
  25. Gillian, for other examples, you can see my article on Loetz.com here: https://www.loetz.com/identifying-loetz-glass/loetz-signatures-and-marks-after-1918
  26. Looks terrific
  27. Michelle, as far as I know, Ricke is the ONLY source for Series III patterns.
  28. Similar to III-1849, which is a two-handled PN. The shape and size of the vase body are the same, though.
  29. Happy New Year!
  30. Awesome - thank you!
  31. Can you post a photo of the bottom of this decanter? Thanks
  32. I’m so pleased that you remember that, Leah... it was also on my mind as I was posting this one, but I didn’t want to repeat myself! :)
  33. This is so cool... thank you and hubby for saving it from the rubbish bin!
  34. Al, what book is that catalogue page found in? (pic 4)
  35. Great piece, Michelle
  36. Wow22, yes they have.
  37. Very nice pair
  38. Ales - it's on RL - I'll email you.
  39. (Additional photos posted in a new article)
  40. Thanks for that comparison, Deb - It's not completely scientific, but I measured the relative lengths and widths of each example (if the height of each piece is the same), and proportionally, the nec...
  41. Jill, as of right now, there is only one source for Series III paper patterns, and that is Volume II of Loetz Böhmisches Glas 1880-1940 (the "Musterschnitt").
  42. No - deep red. I’ll sub in a different pic
  43. Trish, if you like, you can contact me via email at warren.galle@gmail.com.
  44. So here are the colors I see (besides the jadegrün ground): Opal Kaiserrot (Imperial Red) Korallrot (Coral Red) Citrongelb (Lemon Yellow) Metallgelb (Metallic Yellow) Himmelblau (Sky Blue) Dunk...
  45. I know she is - if she has evidence, I'd love to see it.
  46. Ales, I photographed those when we were there also. I would only say that Loetz opal glass is typically not UV reactive, either. We have also been unable to find any reference to either the décor or t...
  47. It's interesting that the tilt is part of the design. I think the ground color would be ozon. Great piece!
  48. I have other images, but only four are allowed here - the interesting comparison is the reason I included that image. I'm still researching these - the purpose of this post was to illustrate that some...
  49. Attributed - I'm not 100% sold on the idea - looking at other makers, too.
  50. Phil - that post is coming up - it's either another maker, re Kralik, etc, or it's Loetz, but a different decor with the same patina decoration, i.e. "Olympia m. Patina" - stand by
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