Art glass by Viennese firm A J & L Lobmyer. All of these in the Persian style that was quite popular in the late 19th century. Founded in 1823 they are still in business.

Piriform green glass vasegreen glass of with two curvilinear handles, decorated in enamel in various colors in a lush floral design with outlines and details in gold. Late 19th c. Austrian. Makers marks: Monogram in white enamel on the underside. Image © 2020 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via
Flattened oviform vase with applied loop handles and the bod richly decorated in enamel and gilt in the motif of foliage and flowers. ca. 1878. Georg Rehländer, designer. Makers marks: White enamel monogram on the underside. Image © CHRISTIE’S 2020. Fair use license. via
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Clear glass vase with a slightly flat-sided drop form with wide tubular neck and flaring mouth. Decorated on each face, enamelled with a central Iznik-inspired tulip and carnation spray flanked by similar panels below a gold band of white enamelled naskh inscription, a band of meandering carnations and tulips above. Two loop handles and a short flaring foot. ca. 1878. Makers marks: White enamel monogram on the underside with a German inscription reading “Der Wille Gottes geschehe” in a circle around the monogram. Image © CHRISTIE’S 2020. Fair use license. via

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