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Johann Lötz Witwe, Klostermühle, Iridescent Glass Vase. Decor: “Phänomen Gre 358”

Johann Lötz Witwe, Klostermühle, Iridescent Glass Vase. Decor: “Phänomen Gre 358”

LOETZ PHANOMEN GENRE A superb yellow gold and opalescent vase with well controlled combed ribbons in platinum irridescence. Extremely rich. Beautifully signed with Crossed Arrows and Austria in script. Date c1900

LOETZ PHANOMEN GENRE A superb yellow gold and opalescent vase with well controlled combed ribbons in platinum irridescence. Beautifully signed with Crossed Arrows and Austria in script.

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The Art Nouveau Glass of Loetz Witwe is famous around the world for its finesse and beauty. Discover the amazing tragic history of Loetz Glass here.

IMAGE: A French Galle cameo water lily souffle vase with brown, green and lavender-white on sky blue shaded background

A French Galle cameo water lily souffle vase with brown, green and lavender-white on sky blue shaded background

Mark Peiser "Summer Cattails" 1978.JPG

Mark Peiser “Summer Cattails” 1978 From the "Paperweight Vase Series" hot worked glass vessel - reminds me of Robert Held

Art Glass vessel: Urbana Futura  2010, 49 x 27 x 24 cm, Private Collection  |  Photo by Ch.Lehmann  |  Artists:  Philip Baldwin & Monica Guggisberg  |  http://baldwinguggisberg.com/

Art Glass vessel: Urbana Futura 49 x 27 x 24 cm, Private Collection…

PERRUCHES VASE, NO. 876 designed 1919, electric blue and white stained engraved R. Lalique No. 876, 10 ¼ in. (26 cm.) high

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PERRUCHES VASE, NO. 876 designed 1919, electric blue and white stained engraved R. Lalique No. 876, 10 ¼ in. (26 cm.) high

A CHARLES SCHNEIDER LE VERRE FRANCAIS CHARDER GLASS VASE, Épinay-sur-Seine, France, circa 1920 Marks: Charder, Le Verre Francais, FRANCE

Charles Schneider, Le Verre Français, Charder line glass vase, circa 1920

Pisapapel

Lavender Cavern Art-Glass Lampwork Vortex Marble Paperweight by 'JWinterBlowerGlassArt

Emile Gallé, Nancy, (1846-1904), Blown, Internal Inclusions, Etched and Enameled Glass Vase.

Emile Gallé, Nancy, Blown, Internal Inclusions, Etched and Enameled Glass Vase.

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