Search Contemporary Arts & Crafts
HOME  Webteek Antiques

 Show all items added in the last month
Show all items in the database
Architectural and Garden
 Arts & Crafts
 Tiffany Art Glass
 Steuben Art Glass
 Table Lamps
 Tiffany Metalware
 Hand Painted China
 North Dakota
 Van Briggle
Tooled Leather
Books Catalogs
Arts & Crafts
Furniture (136)
Lighting (96)
Pottery (187)
Metalware (8)
Art (7)
Hardware (37)
Glass (7)
Contemporary Arts and Crafts Rugs (5)
Lamp Parts (5)
Contemporary Accessories (87)
Art Glass Shades (12)
Other (8)

Loetz, Diana Cisele Jack in the Pulpit Flower Form Vase, HTF Form, Very Nice~~~

To continue browsing this category from where you left off,
please use your back button

Please scroll to see additional photos




For sale is a lovely vase made by Loetz Klostermuehle of Bohemia which is now the modern day Czech Republic. The pattern is called "Diana Cisele" and the form is a "Jack in the Pulpit" bud vase. The vase has some size to it as it stands 13 1/2" tall and 3 3/4" in diameter at the bulbous bottom.

The vase displays a Flower form shape similar to a Jack in the Pulpit Flower. The vase starts out with an elongated bulbous bottom with a long narrow cylindrical stem that rises up. There are two sides at the top lip that are pinched up and the opposite sides remains flat. The base glass is a translucent light lime green in color with slightly deeper green elongated oil spots throughout. The glass has a very fine vertically grained exterior surface finish. This style of glass was called "Diana Cisel´┐Ż" or "Green Spots" in the Loetz catalog pages. There is also an iridescence exterior treatment that is soft and not over powering throughout the vase. This vase is very European in design and shape.

The vase is considered to be in excellent condition as there are no cracks, nicks, chips or dings. This is some minor cloudiness as this vase was used by its previous owners. This vase is considered to be quite rare with this decor and the top lip forming a Jack in the Pulpit Flower or floriform shape. I search the internet as was unable to document this same shape. There is no doubt hat this vase was made by Loetz and can be documented on the website. I will attach a link for you to view. This will be a new shape for the website as it is that rare. The vase does display a fire polished and rolled top edge as well as having a counter sunk polished pontil. This is the finishing sign of a quality piece of mouth blown art glass.

This is a lovely rare vase that is not so commonly in this form. This is also the largest version of this Decor in Loetz that I have been able to document over the past 10-15 years. You Loetz collectors will welcome this fine addition into your collection. This vase was made circa 1899. Click on highlighted link to view documentation of this decor.


Purchase/Need more information? Please email the vendor.

Go to Clements Antiques of New Hampshire's website.

To continue browsing this category from where you left off,
please use your back button



mission furniture gallery