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Author Topic: unusual hand enameled iridescent nouveau bowl loetz style kralik pallme?  (Read 484 times)

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Offline stubbsywubsy

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i recently purchased this art nouveau glass bowl, i have tryed to research its maker by searching for a generic loetz type bowl, but i cannot find any with this outer enameling? does anyone know who made it or anything useful

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Offline keith

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Hello Steven and welcome,a very nice piece,Bohemian for sure,as for a maker not so sure but one of the good ones in my opinion,I'll have a look around ;D ;D

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Poschinger perhaps?

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Had a quick look,don't think it's Loetz or PK,the shape reminds me of Kralik but I've not seen any with that type of decor' Phofl may be another possibility along with Ivo's suggestion, ;D ;D

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Do you think Goldberg may have decorated it? It reminds me of some things I've seen attributed to them.
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IŽd go with IvoŽs suggestion. Possibly a Betty Hedrich decor?
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Hello thanks everyone for the quick replies, i think your right it looks like Poschinger  :) i shall enjoy researching into it. regards steven

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I think Poschinger have been quite helpful towards other members here in the past.
Might be worth contacting them directly.  :)
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