This red and cream color irridecent vase stands 10 1/4" tall and is 2 1/2" across at the bace. The vase is C.1910. Unground pontil, fire polished rim. This is a striking vase with an unusual color combination attributed to Pallme Konig.
This vase is a fine example of the papillion or oil spot finish produced in Bohemia, circa 1900. Attributed to the production of Loetz or Pallme Konig its royal purple color and fiery irridescent finish is truly beautiful. It is in very good condition with a ruffled fire polished rim and a rough cround pontil. Measuring 9 3/8 inches High by 3 1/2 inches in diameter the vase is a fine example of Art Nouveau art glass.
This stunning vase was made by the Pallme Konig firm in Bohemia, circa 1905-1915. They were contemporaries of the famous Loetz glass works and made pieces of equal quality.(See loetz.com or Bohemian Glass by Truitt for more info) The vase is a eye catching Amethyst base glass covered with some of the best rainbow irridescence I have ever seen. In addition it has a random raised threading and dot pattern on the surface. It measures 8 1/4 in High by 3 1/2 in Wide and is in very good condition. The ...click for details
This LARGE art glass shade, made in a captivating BUBBLE GUM PINK color with threading running over the entire outer surface, is as appealing today as in the early part of the century. The base glass of pink is encased with another layer of clear and then a layer of threading overall. The outer surface is also nicely irridized giving the shade a subtle sheen. It was either made by LOETZ or PALLME KONIG, but is definitely period and authentic. 5 in. High by 8 ¼ in. wide by 3 7/8 in. Top Diameter ...click for details