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Loetz Glass Bowl in Pewter Mount*
Elegant Art Nouveau bowl with the Loetz attributed greeny-yellow glass mounted in a four handled pewter surround.
Standing on four shaped feet, the handles sweep out from the base before curving inward, ending in a whiplash feature before joining the rim with a stylised leafy design that circles the bowl.
The mount was made by the company F. van Hauten of Bonn, who frequently worked with Loetz to produce designs in pewter to complement their glass.
Approximately 13.5 cm high and 28 cm wide overall, with the diameter of the glass bowl around 16 cm.
Circa 1900 and showing the van Hauten mark on the underside of the mount.