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A GLASS INKWELL BY LOETZ, CIRCA 1900 of squat circular form, the green glass splashed with turquoise iridescence, with applied hinged metal mount with pierced geometric pattern 8in. (20.5cm.) diam., 3 1/2in. (9cm.) high

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This glassware factory, known as Loetz-Witwe after 1844, was guided to success by Max Ritter von Spaun, who introduced the iridescent glasswares for which Loetz gained international recognition, winning grand prizes at the 1889 and 1900 Paris Exhibitions.


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