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Lot 107

Toilettengarnitur mit Silhouettenmalerei Lobmeyr. J. & L. Lobmeyr, Wien, ab 1860, signiert. Österreich. Farbloses Glas, Goldstaffage, schwarze Emailmalerei, Olivenschliff. Jeweils mit der unterseitig bezeichneten Silhouette eines Dichters (Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock, Ludwig Christoph Heinrich Hölty, Christian Fürchtegott Gellert). 2 Flakons (H 15 und 16 cm), 1 Zylinderdose (Ø 8,5 cm) und 1 rechteckige Dose (23 x 8 cm)

Lot 116

Ovales Deckeldöschen Lobmeyr. J. & L. Lobmeyr, Wien, signiert um 1890. Österreich. Farbloses Glas, polychrome Emailmalerei, Goldstaffage. L ca. 9 cm. Ovale Dose mit Olivenschliffkranz. Auf dem Deckel die Darstellung einer goldenen Lyra in einem Rosenkranz Minimale Bestoßung am Innenrand.

Lot 1170

Michael Powolny (Entwurf) und August Helzel (Schnitt) 3 Stielgläser, J. & L. Lobmeyr, Wien, um 1914 farbloses Glas, geschnitten; auf der Unterseite ligiertes Monogramm "AH", H. 18,2 cm vgl. Elisabeth Frottier, Michael Powolny. Keramik und Glas aus Wien. 1900 bis 1950. Monografie und Werkverzeichnis, Wien/Köln 1990, WV 280, 342; vgl. Peter Noever (Hg.), J. & L. Lobmeyr. Zwischen Vision und Realität. Gläser aus der MAK-Sammlung. 20./21. Jahrhundert, München/Berlin/London/New York 2009, S. 85, Abb. 46, 46a, b Michael Powolny and August Helzel 3 Glasses, J. & L. Lobmeyr, Vienna, c. 1914 colourless glass; monogrammed on the bottom "AH" , h. 18.2 cmcf. Elisabeth Frottier, Michael Powolny. Keramik und Glas aus Wien. 1900 bis 1950. Monograph and catalogue, Vienna/Cologne 1990, cat. 280, 342; cf. Peter Noever (ed.), J. & L. Lobmeyr. Zwischen Vision und Realität. Gläser aus der MAK-Sammlung. 20./21. Jahrhundert, Munich/Berlin/London/New York 2009, p. 85, ill. 46, 46a, b

Lot 1169

Michael Powolny (Entwurf) und August Helzel (Schnitt) 3 Stielgläser, J. & L. Lobmeyr, Wien, um 1914 farbloses Glas, geschnitten; auf der Unterseite das ligierte Monogramm "AH" , H. 18,2 cm vgl. Elisabeth Frottier, Michael Powolny. Keramik und Glas aus Wien. 1900 bis 1950. Monografie und Werkverzeichnis, Wien/Köln 1990, WV 280, 342; vgl. Peter Noever (Hg.), J. & L. Lobmeyr. Zwischen Vision und Realität. Gläser aus der MAK-Sammlung. 20./21. Jahrhundert, München/Berlin/London/New York 2009, S. 85, Abb. 46, 46a, b Michael Powolny and August Helzel 3 Glasses, J. & L. Lobmeyr, Vienna, c. 1914 colourless glass; monogrammed on the bottom "AH", h. 18.2 cmcf. Elisabeth Frottier, Michael Powolny. Keramik und Glas aus Wien. 1900 bis 1950. Monograph und catalogue, Vienna/Cologne 1990, cat. 280, 342; cf. Peter Noever (ed.), J. & L. Lobmeyr. Zwischen Vision und Realität. Gläser aus der MAK-Sammlung. 20./21. Jahrhundert, Munich/Berlin/London/New York 2009, p. 85, ill. 46, 46a, b

Lot 1022

Kleiner Tafelaufsatz. Wien, J. u. L. Lobmeyr 19. Jh. Farbloses Glas, mit Rocaillebordüre bunt in Emaillefarben bemalt, Goldränder; im Spiegel beriebene goldene Manufakturmarke, H=6,1 cm, D=12,5 cm.

Lot 540

Schnapsglas, Lobmeyr. Farblos. Konische Kuppa, übergehend in facettierten Hohlschaft mit ausgestelltem Fuß. Goldränder und schauseitig verschlungenes Monog. in farbigem Kaltemail. Unter dem Boden monog. Lobmeyr, Wien, um 1900. H. 8,5 cm.

Lot 773

Josef Hoffmann for J J Lobmeyr, a pair of Secessionist wine glasses, designed circa 1917, the parabolic bowls on slender pulled stems and wide flat feet, 22.5cm high (2) Note: a slight variation of the well known Patrician wine service, Hoffmann designed several suites for the Austrian glass company during the first quarter of the 20th century

Lot 3616

Lobmeyr Wien Becherglas Schwarzlotmalerei2. Hälfte 19. Jh., weiße Pinselsignatur, farbloses Glas, flacher Stand auf drei Kugelfüßen, konische Form, umlaufend feine Bemalung, edles Paar in Landschaft mit Haus, Kirche und Ruine, unter dem Lippenrand ein umlaufendes Band, dieses restauriert, H 10,5 cm.

Lot 3607

Fürstliches Likörset2. Hälfte 19. Jh., in der Art von Lobmeyr Wien, unsigniert, zartes farbloses Glas mit feinem aufwendigen Mattschliffdekor, Karaffe und zwei Gläser verziert mit Wappen, Rankenwerk und Vogelmotiven sowie Monogramm in spitzovaler Kartusche, Stopfen fehlt, unbeschädigt, H Karaffe 18,5 cm.

Lot 3620

Lobmeyr Wien KaraffeModell "Maria Theresia". Entwurf Stefan Rath 1910, ungemarkt, farbloses Glas, runder angesetzter Standfuß, Ovalform facettiert, feiner Matt- und Kugelschliff, Rollwerk, Festons, Blütenkörbe und weitere Elemente, sehr schöner unbeschädigter Zustand. H 30 cm. Quelle: Internet.

Lot 88

Otto Prutscher seltenes StängelglasEntwurf um 1909, Ausführung Meyr's Neffe, Adolf bei Winterberg, farbloses Glas partiell honigfarben gebeizt, trichterförmige Kuppa mit 24 oval geschliffenen Facetten, perfekter Zustand, H 21 cm. Quelle: Karl-Wilhelm Warthorst, Gebrauchsglas 1898-1924, S. 120/121 und Neuwirth 1973, S. 308 sowie Udo Schröder, Trinkgläser vom Jugendstil zum Art déco, 1998, S. 258 Abb. S. 154/155. Künstlerinfo: Otto Prutscher, bedeutender österr. Architekt und Kunstgewerbler (1880 Wien bis 1949 ebenda), entwarf Möbel, beispielsweise für Jacob & Josef Kohn und Thonet, Schmuck, Porzellan, Besteck, Bucheinbände und Textilien für die Wiener Werkstätte sowie J. & L. Lobmeyr. Otto Prutscher rare Stem Glassdesign around 1909, manufactured by Meyr's Neffe, Adolf bei Winterberg, colorless glass partially stained in honey color, funnel-shaped cup with 24 oval cut facets, perfect condition, H 21 cm. Source: Karl-Wilhelm Warthorst, utility glass 1898-1924, p. 120/121 and Neuwirth 1973, p. 308 as well as Udo Schröder, drinking glasses from Art Nouveau to Art Deco, 1998, p. 258, fig. P. 154/155 Artist information: Otto Prutscher, important Austrian architect and artisan (1880 Vienna to 1949 ibid), designed furniture, for example for Jacob & Josef Kohn and Thonet, jewelry, porcelain, cutlery, book covers and textiles for the Wiener Werkstätte and J. & L. Lobmeyr.

Lot 1002

A continental glass jug in the manner of Lobmeyr, of footed ovoid form with applied loop handle, finely engraved with urns, swags and flowers linked with spiral lines, height 20cm.

Lot 445

MANNER OF J. & L. LOBMEYR GLASS GOBLET, LATE 19TH CENTURYthe ovoid bowl enamelled, etched and gilded with bands of foliate motifs, on a knopped stem and swept circular foot with corresponding decoration(29cm high)

Lot 462

MICHAEL POWOLNY (1871-1854) FOR J & L LOBMEYR, VIENNA SECESSIONIST ENGRAVED GLASS TUMBLER, CIRCAof tapered form, engraved with a putto and bird within a scalloped border corresponding to the rim, engraved factory monogram to base(9cm high)Footnote: Literature: J. Rudoe, J. Decorative Arts 1850-1950. A catalogue of the British Museum collection, 2nd ed., p. 251, no.244 Pazaurek, G.E. Kunstglaser der Gegenwart, Leipzig 1925, pp.162-4, plates 174-5 Note: Powolny trained as a sculptor and ceramic artist at the Fachschule fur Tonindustrie in Znaim, then at the Kunstgewerbeschule in Vienna, where he taught from 1909. He made several designs for engraved glass for Lobmeyr between about 1914 and 1925, including a series of similar tumblers. The starting point for these tumblers was a goblet designed in 1914 and ornamented with allegorical motifs. The same motifs of putti were then used on the tumblers. For a similar tumbler see British Museum collection (museum number1981,1206.1)

Lot 54

A Lobmeyr style glass dish, probably Austrian, engraved with stags amongst woodland, 34cm diameter, together with a similar glass decanter decorated with a hunting scene, 36cm high including stopper (a/f)

Lot 413

Vera Liskova - J & L Lobmeyr - A clear crystal Zodiac tumbler of cylindrical form engraved with a circular roundel for Aries with a stylised ram beneath stars, unmarked, height 9cm.

Lot 466

Lobmeyr (attributed), a Secessionist drinking glass, circa 1920, the vertically ribbed rounded bowl on a uranium green splayed stem and splat foot, 18cm high

Lot 148

Lobmeyr - two water carafes, of lobed ovoid bodies, rims and details picked out in gilding, gilded mark to underside of base, Austria, c.1905, 27.5cm high (2)

Lot 167

A Lobmeyr glass vase and cover, circa 1870, of chamfered square section, engraved in the Baroque style with Laub-und Bandelwerk decoration, engraved monogram mark to foot, 24cm high/see illustration CONDITION REPORT: Good condition.

Lot 749

Lobmeyr, an Art Deco intaglio cut glass vase, rectangular section boat form, decorated to each side with fish in aquatic setting with seaweed and bubbles, engraved mark, 6.5cmm high

Lot 1692

A mid 19th century hunting goblet in the manner of Lobmeyr, engraved with running stags.

Lot 199

A set of Bohemian enamelled and gilt 'Persian-style' purple-tinted glass containers probably Lobmeyr, circa 1880, each painted with flower sprays in relief below a scroll and gilt line border. Comprising a brass mounted spherical scent bottle, another spherical scent bottle with stopper and a round lidded box. The tallest H15cm (3)

Lot 401

A J & L LOBMEYR SCHWARTZLOT ENAMELLED DECORATIVE WINE GLASS DESIGNED BY KARL MASSENETZ, 1913-14 with waisted bowl and gilt detail, 23.8cm h++Good condition

Lot 169

A Peill & Putzler rectangular glass vase, with abstract decoration, etched logo and Peill, 19cm; together with a book 20th Century Factory Glass, by Lesley Jackson and a small Lobmeyr glass tray with scroll ends and depicting two Dachshunds at play over a doll, with etched makers mark. (3)

Lot 101

ADOLF LOOS 1870 - 1933: A GLASSWARE SET 1931 Blown crystal with diamond-cut base Architect Adolf Loos designed this service under no. 248 for J. & L. Lobmeyr. This glassware service demonstrates that his clear and uncompromising interpretation of form was ahead of his time, exactly according to his theory: “Today’s modern spirit requires that products primarily be practical. Beauty symbolizes the greatest level of perfection. And because impractical can never be perfect, it also can never be beautiful.”The design was originally developed from a careful sketch of five glasses that were later converted into a final series. Each piece features characteristic diamond cutting on the base, with each line hand-cut and carefully matte polished. With this 1931 design Adolf Loos defined the direction of modern glass design, classic Lobmeyr, acclaimed by experts around the world and found in the collections of MoMA New York, V&A London and MAK Vienna.6 glasses: 9.1 x 7 (diameter of base) cm;3 glasses: 11.5 x 6 (diameter of base) cm;3 glasses: 11.3 x 4.5 (diameter of base) cm;2 glasses: 5.7 x 3.7 (diameter of base) cm.

Lot 324

A 1940s Lobmeyr glass Zodiac vase of tumbler form designed by Vera Liskova cut and engraved with astrological symbols and stars, engraved mark, height 14cm.

Lot 161

A French Vannes studio glass 'shell' pin dish, together with a pair of Egermann and Lobmeyr painted green glass bottles with stoppers CONDITION REPORTOne green glass stopper repaired on pair of bottles. Shell dish in good condition.

Lot 412

J. & L. LOBMEYR, VIENNA ENAMELLED IRIDESCENT GLASS VASE AND FRAME, CIRCA 1880 of tapered bulbous form with twin handles, decorated with a foliate frieze to rim in gilt and white enamel, within a scrolling wrought iron frame vase 40cm high; with frame 55cm high

Lot 246

J. & L. LOBMEYR, VIENNAPAIR OF ENAMELLED IRIDESCENT GLASS VASES, CIRCA 1880 each of baluster form, with applied band to the neck and decorated with friezes of flowering foliage in gilt and white enamel (2)37cm highLiterature: Neuwirth, W and Schöner als Bergkristall, 'Ludwig Lobmeyr' Vienna 1999, p 367, ill. 760, 761 for similarly decorated glasswares by Lobemyr

Lot 90

Lobmeyr goblet, ormolu mounted glass, decorative glass, pair of knife rests, an Art Deco French style glass ashtray, (6)

Lot 297

EXTENSIVE SUITE OF GERMAN OR AUSTRIAN GLASS, POSSIBLY J. & L. LOBMEYR 19TH CENTURY the heavy facetted bodies and knopped facetted stems with hexagonal star cut feet, comprising twenty-five water goblets, twenty-two red wine goblets, twenty-two white wine goblets, twenty large liqueur glasses, fourteen medium liqueur glasses, nine small liqueur glasses, seven flutes, seventeen large tumblers, two small tumblers, nineteen punch cups, seven large wine decanters, and five medium decanters, two large condiment bottles, and three small condiment bottles (qty)

Lot 65

A Lobmeyr liqueur glass, delicately enamelled with an 18th Century man with bottle and glass within a garland of Summer flowers, 10cm high

Lot 181

Enameled Lobmeyr bowl and plate with gold trim, and floral and figural decoration. Dimensions are: Plate - 7" long, 6" wide. All measurements are approximate. Condition: Excellent. Provenance: From the Rhode Island Collection.

Lot 661

A cut glass and brass five light candelabra by Lobmeyr, with scroll arms with applied discs, the drip-pans hung with cut glass drops and lustres, with turned sconces, above a fluted baluster stem and a circular base, 48cm high, 29cm wide.Click here to view the online page turning catalogue.

Lot 85

Various continental glass factories - Ten wine glasses, cut and enamelled examples including one with a vignette of musical lovers within intaglio cut and gilded foliate 's' scroll band; and a Lobmeyr glass vase (11)

Lot 2

A Pair Of 19th C. Figural Silver 800 German & Lobmeyr Crystal Candlesticks. H 12" x W 4"

Lot 575

Included in this auction are 8 Lobmeyr clear crystal stems. They feature a round, paneled fluted and faceted intaglio cut bowl, a faceted cut baluster-shaped stem, and a round intaglio cut foot. Each bowl features Persian-style decorative motifs of flowers, baskets, birds, canopies, strapwork and swags amid scrolling foliage. The forms are all the same, but includes two different yet similar cut patterns; 3 are one pattern, and five are the other. They measure about 5 5/8" tall and 2 3/8" in diameter at the rim. The bases are all engraved with "JLW" monogram for J. Lobmeyr, Wien. Two are in very good condition, free of chips or cracks. One has a 1/8" hairline on the rim, Others have small chips to the knops under the bowl, and one also has a chip at the knop at the base of the stem. As shown in the images, these chips are very minor. Otherwise, the rims and foot rims are very clean, and free of chips or repairs. They have typical bottom age wear for 120 year old fine crystal.

Lot 684

A Lobmeyr ‘Triton’ Decanter, gilded and enamelled ewer from the Triton series, painted in blue and white enamels with Venus, tritons and dolphins upon a clear ground within gilt borders. Circa 1877. White enamel mark to base. Height 29cm.

Lot 1871

A vintage Lobmeyr brass eight bulb five tier chandelier; together with another four tier chandelier.

Lot 195

A J.L. Lobmeyr Schwartzlof enamelled glass scent bottle and a basket work double-ended scent bottle

Lot 129

A pair of J. & L. Lobmeyr enamelled glass jugs, late 19th century, decorated with figures wearing eighteenth century dress, factory monogram, 24.5cm high; and a Bohemian glass part table service ensuite, possibly also retailed by Lobmeyr, of quatrefoil section and decorated with figures in eighteenth century dress, comprising: a pair of decanters and stoppers; six small finger bowls; six punch cups and nine saucers; three water goblets; four champagne cups; thirteen wine glasses and nine liqueur glasses; and a similar pale-pink flashed wine glass Provenance: Purchased Sotheby's, 30th November 1999, lot 338

Lot 167

A LATE 19TH CENTURY GREEN GLASS CLARET JUG with enamelled overlay of a Historismus hunting scene by Egermann & Lobmeyr, both maker's marks to underside, 31cm high

Lot 352

A late 19th Century J & L Lobmeyr crystal glass suite comprising of five ale glasses, six water glasses, eight liqueur glasses and six shot glasses, all with a spread foot rising to a knopped stem rising to a faceted band and flared bowl gilded with bands and a central monogram cipher, gilt portcullis mark, tallest 18cm. (25).

Lot 474

A GOLD-MOUNTED GLASS SNUFF BOX, UNMARKED, PROBABLY J. & L. LOBMEYR OF VIENNA, CIRCA 1880 oval, the sides engraved with conch-blowing cherubs, grotesques and foliage, the hinged lid decorated in relief with scrolls enclosing a vignette of the Birth of Venus, plain mounts 6.7cm wide

Lot 814

Attributed to LOBMEYR; a hollow stem champagne glass with quatrilobed bowl enamel decorated with a band of leaves, baluster stem and painted foot, height 12.9cm. CONDITION REPORT: A couple of minute rim chips, otherwise appears good with no further obvious signs of faults, damage or restoration.

Lot 45

A SET OF SIX LOBMEYR MARKED TOTS.

Lot 444

An enamelled glass goblet, attributed to Lobmeyr, with cover, stylised designs in enamels with gilding, unsigned, 7.25in., together with an early Victorian blue-printed earthenware Pap boat and two other items

Lot 1108

A Continental green glass and gilt vase, possibly Lobmeyr, early 20th century, the hexagonal body decorated with raised gilt foliate panels, 29.5cm high.

Lot 170

A late 19th Century J & L Lobmeyr crystal glass shallow circular bowl circa 1886 engraved by Franz Ullmann with an image of Aurora in profile within a deep border decorated with engraved owls and cockerels within foliate scroll work, portcullis mark to the lower border. A similar plate also with the head of Aurora in profile is found in the Cologne Museum of Applied Arts.

Lot 315

A late 19th to early 20th Century crystal glass tazza in the manner of Lobmeyr, hollow conical foot raised to compress pad feet below an annulated knop and a shallow conical bowl, the whole finely engraved with repeat panels, geometric borders and stylised floral studies, unmarked, width 29.5cm.

Lot 272

Attributed to LOBMEYR; a hollow stem champagne glass with quatrilobed bowl enamel decorated with a band of leaves, baluster stem and painted foot, height 12.9cm. CONDITION REPORT: A couple of minute rim chips, otherwise appears good with no further obvious signs of faults, damage or restoration.

Lot 271

Attributed to LOBMEYR; a set of six Art Nouveau sherry/port glasses, each with quatrilobed bowls above plain stem and plain foot, height 11.2cm. CONDITION REPORT: Appears good with no obvious signs of faults, damage or restoration.

Lot 1

A collection of Wiener Werkstätte glasswares, comprising a circular bowl with gilded rim and sprig decoration attributed to Dagobert Peche, a tall goblet vase attributed to Josef Hoffmann for Lobmeyr, a Loetz clear glass tazza raised on three legs, a circular bowl with painted black and white design, possibly by Michael Polwolny and two slender blue glass spill vases, each with etched WW mark (6)

Lot 440

A Fine quality enamelled twin handled glass vase in the manner of Lobmeyr Decorated with a central cartouche sourounded by flowers and scrolls, on a green glass body, unsigned, height 20cm.

Lot 307

A set of six Lobmeyr quatre lobed drinking glasses, late 19th century, in Renaissance revival style, finely wheel engraved with fantastical birds, flowers and scrolling leaves, on a conical foot with flower garlands and wheel engraved Lobmeyr mark, 14.3cm

Lot 545

In the manner of LOBMEYR; a large blue glass enamel painted and gilt heightened vase held within a brass frame, the shaped top above ovoid main body held by cherubic mounts and domed base with four scrolling supports, height 47cm (af). CONDITION REPORT: There is a "spear" missing from the rim, also a large section which has been broken and glued, a tiny chip to one of the other "spears", also a small chip to the stem of the vase where it sits within the metal frame. The frame itself is rather loose and could benefit from being tightened with some pitting to the brass.

Lot 622

IN THE MANNER OF LOBMEYR; a large blue glass enamel painted and gilt heightened vase held within a brass frame, the shaped top above ovoid main body held by cherubic mounts and domed base with four scrolling supports, height 47cm (af). CONDITION REPORT: There is a "spear" missing from the rim, also a large section which has been broken and glued, a tiny chip to one of the other "spears", also a small chip to the stem of the vase where it sits within the metal frame. The frame itself is rather loose and could benefit from being tightened with some pitting to the brass.

Lot 2225

A pair of David Collins ceiling lights, designed 2006, this pair manufactured 2009 by J & L Lobmeyr Austria, chromed metal, smoked glass and brass 140cm high x 94cm wide. (2)

Lot 302

A late 19th Century Lobmeyr vase of footed cylindrical form hand enamelled and gilded in the Persian taste with over lapping scrolls in blue and white over a clear crystal ground, engraved mark, height 10cm, reduced in height.

Lot 366

A J & L Lobmeyr heavy brass and glass electrolier with lights and five tiers of circular facet cut ball drops, 45cm diameter

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