This extremely rare Museum quality Loetz vase by Eduard Prochaska is the epitome of the Art Nouveau Movement. It was made Circa 1906 and is one of the hardest to find decors made by Loetz.
See Loetz Bohmisches Glas 1880-1940 and the loetz web site for pieces of similar design. The vase measures 7 7/8 in. High by 8 ¼ in. Top Diameter X 10 in. Wide at shoulder X 6 ¾ in. Base Diameter. This vase is in very good condition with very minor wear due to age. It has a Polished pontil and Fire Polished R ...click for details
This vase showcases a magnificent Creta Papillion pattern manufactured at the turn of the last century by LOETZ. Loetz vases with appliqués are some of the rarer examples available today. This piece is in superb condition. Fire polished rim and polished pontil. 4 in High by 4 1/2 in Wide. Reference: Page 188 Bohmisches Glas Band II by Ricke, Series II Production #5473 Circa 1908.
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
This Art Pottery vase, in the style of MASSIER or SICARD, showcases some of the most fabulous iridescent colors. In addition, it has a wonderful portrait of a beautiful woman surrounded by gold gilding. It has a classic form with a graceful neck, flared rim at the top, an elegant body and ending in a footed base. The base has a number incised under the glaze, possibly 14932? Circa 1900 - 1920. 8 in. High by 4 in. Wide at middle by 2 in. at top by 3 in. at base. This vase is in very good condi ...click for details
Loetz made this fabulous vase circa 1900, in a striking Green color. The terrific feather pattern throughout the vase highlights the superb Purple, Green, Blue and Gold iridescence. It measures 8 1/2 in High by 3 1/2 in at its Widest. Excellent condition.
This wonderfully large iridescent vase made by Poschinger is a striking yellowish-orange color. It is covered with a dramatic hand applied drapery pattern in white and a fine multi hued irridization both inside and out. It stands 8 1/4 in High by 5 3/4 in Wide and has a polished pontil.
This wonderfully large iridescent pitcher was made by Poschinger is a striking yellowish-orange color. It is covered with a dramatic hand applied drapery pattern in white and a fine multi hued irridization both inside and out. The handle is also hand applied and has a pronounced onion skin effect. It stands 10 in High by 5 in Wide at the base and has a polished pontil and fire-polished rim. Superb condition.
An early art glass vase made by Tischer in Karlsbad with enamelling, gold gilding and irridescence. This piece was made circa 1895 and has a great vine, leaf and flower motif covering the entire surface. The form is divided into a four lobed shape at the base with blue and red enameling and a tall cylindrical neck. The neck and part of the base has an irridescent red and black finish with gold gilding throughout. It measures 11 in High by 5 in Wide and is very good condition with some wear to th ...click for details
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
A fine example of the quality glass produced by Loetz in Bohemia, circa 1910. The vase has a beautiful green base color covered by a nice pattern of oil spots and lines, similar to their creta pampas pattern. Loetz called this pattern papillion after the French word for Butterfly wings. See loetz.com for a well documented history of this company. Excellent condition, 8 in High by 4 1/4 in WIDE
This vase is a very fine example of the work produced by Rindskopf in Bohemia, circa 1910. It has a wonderful form, very strong irridescence and silver foil inclusions. Rarely do you find Bohemian pieces with foil inclusions, thus making this a must for the collector. Excellent condition, 6 in High by 4 in Wide. See loetz.com or Bohemian Glass by Truitt for more info on the company's history.
A fantastic pair of iridescent art glass vases attributed to Loetz. These pieces are made of Amethyst glass covered by a superb layer or multi colored iridescence. Very good condition; 8 1/4 & 8 in High by 4 1/4 in Wide. Available as either a pair or separately.
Loetz produced this fabulous vase in Cobalt Papillion, circa 1905. The oil spot finish on this vase is done elegantly with gold, green and blue iridescence. Measuring 6 1/2 in. High by 4 in. Wide the vase has a flared rim and four pinched in sides. Excellent condition with a polished pontil and fire polished rim. See www.loetz.com and Bohmisches Glas by Ricke for references on the Loetz Company and its decors.
A wonderful Crackle Glass plate by Fritz Heckert. Measuring 8 in. in Diameter and in good condition, wear to gilding. Decorated in Gold Gilded Plants with Enamel Flowers and Butterflies. Signed " FH 4850 1".
This vase is an extremely rare example of art glass produced by Loetz, circa 1905. It stands 4 1/2in High by 5in. Wide and is in excellent condition with a few light scratches from age. Loetz produced very few examples of glass in this particular green color, usually only seen in tango pieces. This is the only example we have seen with applied gold papillion twisted horn handles and enameled decorations. The handles were hand applied, as was the enamel in a multi-colored flower design. It has a ...click for details