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Loetz Rubin Matt Iris - DEK 719 (?) - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Olympia Ausführung 154 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Ausführung 80, 81 and 88 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Riedel  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz "Weissopal" - DEK I/389 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Kristall gewaltzt - DEK 932 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Bruno Riedel - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz or Stepanek, Muller, Lotton, Lundberg, Orient & Flume  ... - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. Same Decor in another color: Brohan, p. 107, item 123, and 60. Aktion Wolfgang Ketterer München 20 November 1982 - Item 132.
  2. Beautiful piece. Congratulations.
  3. A beautiful piece. Congratulations. link to my 2 pieces in the same decor (I have listed as Heckert with a note that some sources refer as producer Pallme Koenig or Kralik). http://www.bohemianglass...
  4. Congratulations, it is admirable such an item on ebay to find.
  5. In my opinion, one of the most beautiful Pallme Koenig Decor. For comparison, another "Halequin - var.":
  6. Very nice. Group photo is awesome.
  7. Beautiful.
  8. Beautiful. Congratulations.
  9. Beautiful. Same shape in basalt design:
  10. Beautiful vases. Perhaps this decoration also includes this vase:
  11. Beautiful vase. Congratulations. I have this vase in version Ausführung 113.
  12. This is a wonderful piece. Congratulations.
  13. I think this is the perfect work of Igor Müller.
  14. Look at these vases, for example:
  15. From photos it seems that both vases have button pontil. Then it would not be Loetz, but it could be current production from the Czech Republic.
  16. The decor is very similar to DEK 932 (see II-4897).
  17. That's really wonderful.
  18. So it seems to be the product of the glassworks Loetz. A vase with the same decor is shown in the new publication Ernst Ploil / Toby Sharp: Lötz 1900 (Im Kinski editionen 2017) for Item 408. Shape - F...
  19. Thank you for your suggestions. I compared the bottom with some vases Kralik. It's very similar. The shape corresponds to Loetz II-408. So: Kralik, Loetz or Igor Müller. The auction house that sold th...
  20. Today I got the opinion of a distinguished expert on Loetz and bohemian glass, this could be the product of the glassworks Wilhelm Kralik.
  21. I think it is a product glassworks Füger & Taube - Germany around 1950 - 1955. Füger and Taube came to Germany in 1945 from Kamenicky Senov (Steinschönau). The inspiration for these products were prob...
  22. In Glasmuseum Passau these vases are included in the exhibition Glassworks Poschinger, but one vase is in Josephinenhutte.
  23. In my opinion, it could be Kralik. But I found the same piece in the publication: "Jugendstilglas Sammlung H.R. Gruber - Mittelrheinisches Landesmuseum Mainz - 1976" page 102 pict. 149. Each image is ...
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