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A Loetz iridescent glass and silver overlay art Nouveau vase, tapered cylindrical form with four impressed dimples to the body, the engraved and open work silver overlay of floral design with maker's marks of the 'Alvin' silversmith. Ground pon
Two c.1900 Loetz type glass vases, dark emerald green with lustre finish, each with three trailed ribbed bosses to the sides with silver/purple high gloss lustre, squat baluster form, one with frilled rim, ground pontil to base of each.
A 1920s French 'Richard' cameo glass small lamp base, baluster form, the swollen ovoid body with raised floral designs in deep purple red on a yellow ground with vertical red striped inclusions, the signature in cameo, the base with cutaway for the cord, o
A Loetz Richard cameo glass vase, early 20th century, the globular vase raised on a cobalt pedestal foot, the body with engraved cobalt flowering foliage and a butterfly over a vibrant orange matte ground; the signature of 'Richard' in script to the body.
An Art Nouveau iridescent baluster glass vase, fine web-like glass trailing to the fine vertically ribbed body, three dimples to the widest section, green and purple dominant tones, ground pontil to base, in the manner of Loetz. Height 24 cm minor losses t
A late 19th century Loetz glass vase, the compressed body with a broad shoulder and a long tapered narrow neck, traditional iridescent glaze with trailed effects unmarked. Height 23.3 cm diameter 14.5 cm
A cased glass covered pot in the Loetz style, a cased glass covered pot in the Loetz style of undulating cylindrical form in tango orange opal casing with deep purple striations with a matched orange stepped domed cover with deep purple stripes and black f
Loetz cased glass vase designed by Michael Powolny, circa 1914, of cylindrical form with everted undulating rim, white opal with black vertical lines and rim, Ausfuhrung 157; together with a smaller cased opal glass vase with black vertical stripes and rim
two Loetz vases, probably designed by Michael Powolny, circa 1914, each of cased glass, one of tapering baluster form, the tango orange opal glass with fine white vertical lines and neck rim, and another vase also of tapering baluster form with translucent
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