This is a beautiful example of art glass from the Art Nouveau Era. It is Circa 1900. It is our opinion due to the quality fo this exquisite bowl that it was produced by Loetz who rivaled Tiffany during this period. Loetz, Rindskopf and Kralik did not sign their art glass as their style determines their design. The only pieces of Loetz that were signed were those that were exported only to the United States so they would not be confused with Tiffany. All other glass produced by Loetz for the rest of the world market was unsigned as is this bowl. The bowl has a trifold form with pinched sides. The color is amazing. It is an iridescent gold with stripes of deep rich orange throughout the piece. It measures 5 1/4" tall and 5 3/4" at the widest part. It has a finished polished pontil at the bottom which is indicative of Loetz and is in excellent original condition. Please feel free to contact us with an offer on this great item.
Estate Jewelry, Engagement Rings, Victorian, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Art Glass, Loetz
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