Jutta Sika (1877-1964): Loetz and more

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Loetz Phaenomen Genres 1901 (Bakalowits) Opal ground; dense irregular silver-yellow trailing and a single band with yellow, brown and violet-blue veining. Designed by Koloman Moser or Jutta Sika.

Loetz Phaenomen Genres 1901 (Bakalowits) Opal ground; dense irregular silver-yellow trailing and a single band with yellow, brown and violet-blue veining. Designed by Koloman Moser or Jutta Sika.

Loetz Wwe. Stangenvase Jutta Sika Entwurf um 1905 für den Auftraggeber E. Bakalowits & Söhne Wien, klares Glas mit kräftigem hellroten Überfang, modelgeblasen, Mündungsrand plangeschliffen und poliert, geometrischer Dekor in einem Arbeitsgang geätzt, Montierung aus Messing mit drei kugeligen Verzierungen, H 14 cm. Quelle: Loetz Werkmonographie, Böhmisches Glas 1880-1940, S. 190, Abb. 205 (Formvariante ohne Montierung) und the Studio Special Summer Nr. 1906, the Art Revival in Austria, London…

Loetz Wwe. Stangenvase Jutta Sika Entwurf um 1905 für den Auftraggeber E. Bakalowits & Söhne Wien, klares Glas mit kräftigem hellroten Überfang, modelgeblasen, Mündungsrand plangeschliffen und poliert, geometrischer Dekor in einem Arbeitsgang geätzt, Montierung aus Messing mit drei kugeligen Verzierungen, H 14 cm. Quelle: Loetz Werkmonographie, Böhmisches Glas 1880-1940, S. 190, Abb. 205 (Formvariante ohne Montierung) und the Studio Special Summer Nr. 1906, the Art Revival in Austria, London…

Occasionally, designers working directly or through a retailer with the Loetz firm would execute a piece created with acid cutback techniques. These are quite rare, but they are worth mentioning. The first of these pieces shown below is by Spaun family friend and designer Marie Kirschner, ca. 1909, in dark luminous blue with an outer layer of pansy. The second is an earlier work by Jutta Sika for Bakalowits, ca. 1905, a piece that shows the influence of both Hoffmann and Kolo Moser. The last…

Occasionally, designers working directly or through a retailer with the Loetz firm would execute a piece created with acid cutback techniques. These are quite rare, but they are worth mentioning. The first of these pieces shown below is by Spaun family friend and designer Marie Kirschner, ca. 1909, in dark luminous blue with an outer layer of pansy. The second is an earlier work by Jutta Sika for Bakalowits, ca. 1905, a piece that shows the influence of both Hoffmann and Kolo Moser. The last…

Jutta Sika: Winged Punch Bowl with Lid c. 1904

Jutta Sika: Winged Punch Bowl with Lid c. 1904

Loetz Phaenomen Genres 1901 (Bakalowits) Opal ground; dense irregular silver-yellow trailing and a single band with yellow, brown and violet-blue veining. Designed by Koloman Moser or Jutta Sika.

Loetz Phaenomen Genres 1901 (Bakalowits) Opal ground; dense irregular silver-yellow trailing and a single band with yellow, brown and violet-blue veining. Designed by Koloman Moser or Jutta Sika.

Loetz Phaenomen Genres PG 85/3890 - 1901 (Bakalowits) Opal ground; dense irregular silver-yellow trailing and a single band with yellow, brown and violet-blue veining, pulled upwards to distinct rounded tips, in the upper part of the vessel.Designed by Koloman Moser or Jutta Sika.

Loetz Phaenomen Genres PG 85/3890 - 1901 (Bakalowits) Opal ground; dense irregular silver-yellow trailing and a single band with yellow, brown and violet-blue veining, pulled upwards to distinct rounded tips, in the upper part of the vessel.Designed by Koloman Moser or Jutta Sika.

Jutta Sika (Austrian, 1877–1964)     Vase , 1901      glass

Jutta Sika (Austrian, 1877–1964) Vase , 1901 glass

Jutta Sika (Austrian, 1877–1964)     Vase, Nr. 85/3870 , 1901      glass

Jutta Sika (Austrian, 1877–1964) Vase, Nr. 85/3870 , 1901 glass

vase, Jutta Sika, 1902

vase, Jutta Sika, 1902

Jutta Sika "Syrius" vase for Bakalowits & Sohne This wonderful large vase was designed by Jutta Sika and is part of the "Syrius" range that was retailed by the Viennese glassware retailers Bakalowits & Sohne. It was probably made in 1900-1910 in Vienna possibly by Loetz. The vase tapers from the broad circular base to a slightly tulip shaped top with three handles. The iridescent colour grades from greenish/pink at the base to intense pink at the top and the exterior has 16 incised lines…

Jutta Sika "Syrius" vase for Bakalowits & Sohne This wonderful large vase was designed by Jutta Sika and is part of the "Syrius" range that was retailed by the Viennese glassware retailers Bakalowits & Sohne. It was probably made in 1900-1910 in Vienna possibly by Loetz. The vase tapers from the broad circular base to a slightly tulip shaped top with three handles. The iridescent colour grades from greenish/pink at the base to intense pink at the top and the exterior has 16 incised lines…

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