Loetz sells well at Doyle New York’s Belle Epoque sale, June 6, 2012

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Doyle New York held its Belle Epoque sale on June 6, 2012, with Loetz glass leading the way. The art glass section of the auction was fairly weak, except for Loetz, which was well represented with a great collection that appeared to be from a single owner. The Loetz was estimated very conservatively, so the results easily surpassed their estimates for many lots. I tried to get a statement from the head of the department at Doyle, but unfortunately received no answer.

Rare Loetz black bottom decorated vase, Doyle lot #581

Top results for the Loetz were shared by two lots, #s 581 and 583. Lot 581 was a rare black bottom vase that could have been estimated much higher than $1,000-1,500. It soared past its estimate to sell for $17,500 (including buyer’s premium).

A beautiful Loetz decorated vase, Doyle lot #583

Two lots later, a gorgeous Loetz vase with very busy decoration of drips and zippers shared the spotlight with #581. It sold for the identical price of $17,500, against the same pre-sale estimate of $1,000 – $1,500.

Only two other Loetz lots exceeded $10,000, but many surpassed $4,000. For the complete results of the entire Doyle Belle Epoque sale, click on the following link. Doyle’s Belle Epoque sale results.

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