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This might very well be a Harrach 'Peleton' vase. This décor was introduced by Harrach in 1879 and patented in 1880 by the glasworks director Wilhelm Kralik.
My congratulations for this extraordinary Loetz Powolny vase
R.Tischer had a glass refinery in the Bohemian town of Karlsbad, besides others, he most often used glass from Harrach - the signature P 19/10. on your vase points to Harrach, too - and refined those ...
Of course Warren, you are right, thank you for your correction and sorry for my mistake
I want to thank you all for your Loves and kind comments
The wonderful designs of Max Rade for Heckert belong to the highlights of Art Nouveau design, I like your Heckert collection.
Thank you all for your loves and kind comments. Especially thank you, vetraio50, for your additional informations on R.v.Kralik. I know the relationship in between Lobmeyr and R.v.Kralik very well,...
According to the book of S. Zelasko 'Fritz Heckert', the Heckert Co. in Petersdorf, Silesia got in July 1884 patent No. 30226 for a special type of decorating glass, suitable for 'Coralene' décor, too...
Tank you all for your kind comments and loves. Dear Ales, as Loetz did make blanks for Moser, this vase may have been cut by Moser, but as Loetz has had a very large cutting department itself, I wo...
Up to now, I never saw any Krlik 'Rainbow' glass, I would think from the enamelling and similar other 'Rainbow-glass' items that your fine piece was produced by Loetz.
Thank you all for your 'Loves' and kind comments.
Thank you all for your 'Loves' and and kind comments.
A really rare eycatching example of Poschinger's best 'Art Nouveau' vases, congratulations
Thank you for posting this interesting vase, to my opinion it is décorated by dek=I/202 often seen on 'Malachit' glass. I have the very same vase, but with the glass spreading from orange to yellow.
A very fine detective work, for completeness, I would like to mention, that in Charles R. Hajdamach 'British Glass 1800-1914' in Appendix 11 a detailed description of the 'Design Registration Marks' i...
Hi Bambus1920, thank you for your comment, now to the questions you raised: at a first sight my vase may seem similar to the Schliersee yellow/red glass colour combination, I own two of those vases m...
Dear Warren, though the décor matches some 'Luzifer' as well as 'Hubertus genres, I don't think that my vase belong to them as 'Luzifer' comes on opal yellow or orange ground and 'Hubertus' on green ...
Dear Michelle, thank you for your kind comment. I'm also enthusiastic about the enamel. Actually I have another, very same vase (same size, mount,glass and type of painting), the only difference bei...
Ales, my congratulation to this rare find, especially the rim covering the icecicles - as shown in the Musterschnitt - shows Loetz as the maker
I would also like to have some friends in Zagreb for looking out for Loetz items
My congratulations to your 'both' birthdays. You are still successfuly expanding one of the best Loetz 'Titania' (and may others) collections, I'm aware of.
Thank you All for your kind comments, Loves and Likes
Dear Warren, thank you for reminding onto your post 'Loetz Mandarin mit rotem Kroesel' where you discussed an almost identical décor related to my vase. The main difference being the 'green Aventurin...
This is definitely a Loetz vase, it is 'optically' blown. The décor is very similar to comparable known examples like dek=IV/106, IV/714, IV/744 (sometimes 4/744) or I/109 , the main difference being...
Hi, thank you all for your kind comments and loves.
Hi, though Knizek/Boudnik is known for smaller pieces, they produced larger ones, more then 15 cm high, too. See eg in 'Das Boehmische Glas' Vol IV pages 188-189 and examples in the Passau Glass Muse...
I stated the signature as a possible Loetz Dek mark and I would like to come back on the Roman numerals left of the slash. The Roman numbers are often written having a horizontally bar above and below...
Dear Michelle, of course I know Craig's web site. Now, since the publication of the book by Stephania Zelasko 'Fritz Heckert Kunstglas Industrie 1866-1923' nearly all previously Kralik 'Siverbanded' ...
The signature might read as a Roman numeral IV over 127., the top horizontal line of the IV slightly deep (as running through the numerals). This would be a typical Loetz Dek numbering, the décor woul...
I would asign this vase to Heckert, there are other vases known having the very same décor applied onto typical Heckert shapes
Thank you Ales, scottvez, vetraio50 and Sammyz for your kind comments and all for your loves. Now, scottvez, I have visited the outstanding Glass Museum at Passau at least 5 times and, as far as I n...
I would still assign this bowl to Loetz 'Oceanic', depending onto the light some may appear darker.
Hi Jericho, thank you for your interest, to my opinion the mount is especially made to fit the vase perfectly, from the mixture of styles it must be assigned to the time before WW I. To repeat this t...
Dear Ales, yes it is the very same signature as on your 'Intarsia' vase, one may be indeed thinking it would mean ML - ligated, when reading 'Patent', but it is only meaningful as LW, reading - thoug...
Hi Watchserver, the mount is very solid, nothing moves. Whereas the style of Loetz vase still looks quite modern, the mount comprises a mixture of styles, beginning at the foot from 'Renaissance, ove...
Another mystery solved, congratulations
Dear Ales, I like to add another comment, that might substanciate your findings. When you examine the signature PK, you will find, that actually there is a cobination of three letters: an F showing t...
Instead of 'Candia Glatt' I would describe the décor of this nice vase as 'Arcadia'
This seems to be the first - really remarkable - assignment, of this up to now mysterious mark 'FPK', to a glass refinery. Highly interesting.
When I first saw this vase in internet, I thought on modern Czech production imitating Gre 356, 358 at the bottom part, though quite unsuccessfully. From weight and shape I still belief it is modern C...
Hi Warren, a very interesting piece, especially as one can compare the details of a design drawing with the corresponding execution.
Hi Steve, thank you for your contributions, now, the article mentioned is printed together with all historical articles about Loetz the author Waltraud Neuwirth put together in her reference book abo...
Hi Steve, In an article published in the German newspaper 'Zentralblatt' 1894 page 481 about Loetz at the World Expo, Chicago it is written ...'Camelienroth, ein neues rothes mit Gold gefaerbtes Glas...
A really exciting story on researching Loetz décors.
Thank you all for your kind comments and loves
Thank you all for your kind comments and loves.
Thank you, Deb for your kind words on my interest into Bohemian glass. I don't know anybody else, who spent such engagement, interest, knowlegde and not at least investments on research of Loetz produ...
The organic shape looks like a presentiment of the later well known Holubetz design, congratulation.
Your vases are good additional examples of the 'Persian' décor I previously posted. Especially your 'Lapislazuli' variation ist interesting. Hopefully we might see more items alike on CW.
I'm looking forward in seeing your vases, possibly I know them already from your excellent web site.
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