Johann Loetz Witwe – Orbulin diabolo vase

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Manufacturer: Johann Loetz (Lötz) Witwe

Decor: Orbulin

Style: Jugendstil

Material: Molded and free-formed glass, shaped, improved pontil

Color: Pink with a silver iridescence

Period: 1900 – 1909


Exemplifying the renowned craftsmanship of Johann Loetz Witwe, this exquisite Jugendstil vase stands as a testament to the legacy of the esteemed glassworks. Skillfully executed in the Orbulin decor, this piece showcases Loetz’s mastery of glass artistry, combining elegant form with captivating detail.

Founded in 1836, Johann Loetz Witwe quickly rose to prominence as a leading producer of art glass during the Jugendstil, or Art Nouveau, movement. The Orbulin decor, introduced in 1902, represented a pinnacle of Loetz’s innovative designs, captivating collectors with its distinctive blend of iridescence and form.

With its graceful diabolo shape and intricately molded base, this Loetz vase exemplifies the pinnacle of Jugendstil elegance. The Orbulin decor, characterized by its unique Silberiris iridescence, distinguishes itself from the Diaspora decor with its nuanced application of shimmering hues.


Height: 180mm / 7.09”

Diameter: 100mm / 3.93”

Condition: Mint


Musée du verre Conches – Loetz 1900 – Verre de Bohême. Page 66.


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