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Posted 5 years ago


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AUSF 114 is a recently discovered decor, thanks to a group effort. It appears both in Ricke and Cantz as a line drawing (first photo). It was made with only leaves and with leaves and pearls (photo 2). The third photo shows the only example known so far. A group member in Britain had found a pair. One of them had a slight defect in one pearl. He kept the undamaged and I bought the other. When I ran it through my glass study group, the Glasshounds, another member took the trouble to find and distribute the known line drawings in Ricke's design catalog. Finally, I found another pair in the fabled Ketterer 1979 catalog, classified as maybe Kralik! (fourth photo). No small wonder: applied leaves are a Kralik trademark


  1. scottvez scottvez, 5 years ago
    Beautiful, Alfredo.

    I appreciate the continued education!

  2. famatta127 famatta127, 5 years ago
    once again AL, job well done!
  3. LoetzDance LoetzDance, 5 years ago
    Al, I just love the research and all the mysteries solved that you do! Thank you!
  4. Alfredo Alfredo, 5 years ago
    Credit where it is due: Deb Pedersen supplied the Ricke material.
  5. SteveS, 5 years ago
    Well done to all ... this obsession becomes more fascinating by the day does it not ? ... :-)
  6. Alfredo Alfredo, 5 years ago
    And I must add: Kai Hasselbach, from Germany, first identified the decor and then Deb found the design in the line catalog. There's group work for you!

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