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Bohemian Loetz Red Tango Glass Vase w. Black Accents by Michael Powolny

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This antique Art Nouveau art glass vase by Michael Powolny for Loetz is an impressive and highly sought-after art piece from the early 20th century. This vase stands out for its exceptional design and superb craftsmanship. The coral red glass of the vase is vibrant and eye-catching. This color choice reflects the emphasis on rich and natural colors often associated with the Art Nouveau era. One notable feature of this vase is the applied black upper rim. This means that a separate piece of glass in a contrasting color or shape has been added to the top of the vase, contributing to the visual diversity of the artwork. The vase features three round feet made of black glass, providing stability and support. Their round shape complements the flowing and organic design elements of the Art Nouveau style while also offering an appealing color contrast with the coral red body of the vase. Michael Powolny was an Austrian artist known for his contributions to the Art Nouveau and Art Deco movements. Loetz, on the other hand, was a renowned Bohemian glass manufacturer. The collaboration between Powolny and Loetz resulted in a piece of art glass that combined Powolny's design expertise with Loetz's glassmaking craftsmanship. In summary, this antique glass vase is a remarkable example of the artistic and technical achievements of its era. Its use of coral red glass, the applied upper rim, and the black glass feet contribute to its overall aesthetic appeal, making it a coveted collector's item for enthusiasts of art glass and Art Nouveau design.
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