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Kralik Bacillus Barber Bottle with Spout - Art Glassin Art Glass
RARE LOETZ DECOR: BROWN SILBERIRIS! - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ II_551 (1900) IN TWO DECORS: AST and MERCUR - Art Glassin Art Glass
BLUE ON BLUE LOETZ CAMEO II - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf Persica - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Cameo Glass blue on white. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf Crackle Glass. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik Crackle Glass: Vases - Art Glassin Art Glass
MIMOSA: LOETZ CRACKLE GLASS - Art Glassin Art Glass
RARE RINDSKOPF TREE TRUNK VASE - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Gentlemen: I no longer understand or even trust Loetz decor names and/or PN's.
  2. No. Truth: I had not even tested them until you asked. Not the cameos, but I have plenty of others which do.
  3. Mike, since I discovered BOLDOOT I bought as many od its lttle cologne bottles only for the tops. And sure enough, they fit the miniatures!
  4. Amazing! It was A HAIR TONIC to prevent hair loss and ""the corrrosive effect of sweat" on the scalp"! And to boot, a crown top. I buy them and use the on my Loetz cameos and miniature bottles!
  5. Clarification: last picture, vase to the right. That's Corrugated gold.
  6. Warren Galle has documented these pieces as Loetz and informed me loetz.com is working on adding them
  7. Have it green....
  8. I have been bombarded by pundits questioning my attbution. They sent me picturpictures with ugly owls holding dishes on their heads. By now I have four, with their respective PN's and descriptions. ...
  9. I had seen it for quite a while. It was a struggle, because I know what market pundits say about damaged pieces. But . .. . I also collect owls. This is the first time I find one of these. My pro...
  10. Just found and posted a Loetz cameo marked BR. Check it out.
  11. A matter of luck, already having the same shape!
  12. Warren I am sending you all of the pics I got. Thanks Larksel!
  13. Definitely Kralik. I have a matching vase and inkwell!
  14. At the time I visited Passau in 2006, i saw a piece in this decor classified as Kralik.I'll post for those interested.
  15. Larsel, the source is a an Argentor catalog in black and white, chuckful of Loetz mounted on their metal frames. Warren, I had come to exactly the same conclusion but did not dare say it!
  16. Could someone post side by side pics. of Pink Diaspora and Orbulin?
  17. I think all my Pink Diaspora is Orbulin! I'll post.
  18. Nope. It's close but if flares out, like the third from left to right III-4988
  19. Awesome!
  20. Holy cow! I did not even know about the Fisher mark! I kept trying to read "Richard".
  21. I've collected Myra for years. It is only recently that I stumbled into the necklaces. I already have 4. How do you distinguish between Myra and Ikora beads?
  22. How do I get in touch? Is that the West Virginia Museum publication??
  23. Check my article on Dugan and Czech glass
  24. Good grief. After so may years . . .
  25. I also have a full owl set[ including inkwell, paper clip, letter opener. book raack and letter holder] and the AN flowing hair lady [letter rack, book rack]. until noe I had no idea f the maker!
  26. Have it in pink and green.
  27. Please, come back. I did!
  28. It would be useful of the Loetz names for these colors were added.
  29. Thanks, Warren! I never look at bottoms of lamps, or I would have realized it was realized it was on the same page as other PN's I have.
  30. Red Myra? I have never found one!
  31. Oops. I have one more label . . .
  32. I have this decor as Kralik gold on blue Bacillus glass, but the Kralik is more "crowded"
  33. Correction: it says only "France."
  34. I have several in that color combination.
  35. Thanks to all. I've only been collecting for 40 years . . . .
  36. Thanks! This is my latest "avatar" on CW!
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Czech Glass Art Vase Loetz two-handled Vase with Green Cabochons, ca. 1903 Poschinger, Buchenau Art Glass Vase designed by Karl Schmoll von Eisenwerth Carl Goldberg, Haida, ca. 1900