Loetz Himmelblau Glatt Vase, Prod. Nr. III-512/5 1/2", ca. 1914 | Collectors Weekly
Mary Angus Perfume Bottle / magenta, teal, swirl
Loetz Paris 1900. In the early 20th century Loetz reached the pinnacle of its artistic skills. There was great response to its highly sophisticated glass which was exported to all continents. After successful exhibitions in Vienna and München, Loetz was awarded the Grand Prix at the 1900 Paris World Exhibition.
Loetz by Marie Kirschner, properly signed MK | Collectors Weekly
Details about Loetz Rare Leopold Bauer Vase Titania Gre 4252 Collectors Highlight ca. 1907
US $19,578.05 The Phenomen Gre 3/430 decoration was created in the year 1903. In the books of Ploil and Prestel this decor is refered to as "a very complex motiv with intarsia eyes". It was also used for some designs of reknown designers and is one of the most beautiful decoration variants of that time. The blue eyes on the orange-red ground are highly iridescent and have rich jewel colors. The elegant Jugendstil shape
Franz Hofstötter, (German, 1871-1958) Designed for the glass factory Johan Lötz Witwe, Klostermühle, between about 1896-1911. At the World Exhibition in Paris in 1900, he received the Silver and Gold Medal for Phänomen Art glass.
LOETZ., Cameo - 1920 - 1930 This section contains examples of Loetz glass in the style of Gallé. Often signed Loetz, Ca Loetz, or with the name of foreign customers (Richard, Veles). Note: While other "cameo-type" works were produced by Loetz, they were in limited productions.
Koloman Moser (Austrian, 1868-1918) Fabric design, 1900 via inland-delta