Alfredo

New York, NY

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Retired professor. My passions: poetry, glass and cooking. Music of all kinds, from Madonna to Phillip Glass and Oswaldo Golijov. Movies, movies, movies. I colleRetired professor. My passions: poetry, glass and cooking. Music of all kinds, from Madonna to Phillip Glass and Oswaldo Golijov. Movies, movies, movies. I collect Czech glass primarily; Imperial (not carnival!); WMF and recently, Leerdam figurines. (Read more)

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IMPERIAL ADVERTISING PAPERWEIGHT, ED RITHNER - Glasswarein Glassware
IMPERIAL FREE HAND 231-20 - Art Glassin Art Glass
KRALIK TRIANGULAR INKWELL WITH TADPOLES - Pensin Pens
LOETZ CISELE "MELON RIND" COLLECTION. - Art Glassin Art Glass
RINDSKOPF SERPENT VASES. - Art Glassin Art Glass
IMPERIAL COLORS: DARK ORANGE OR CINNAMON? - Art Glassin Art Glass
IMPERIAL 623 FREE-HAND AND LEAD LUSTRE COLLECTION. - Art Glassin Art Glass
IMPERIAL REEDED FREE HAND 623  - Art Glassin Art Glass
IMPERIAL LEAD LUSTRE 623 IN OPAL. - Art Glassin Art Glass
IMPERIAL MONOCHROMATIC LEAD LUSTRE, 3191-61 - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. It arrived yesterday. I was not a 14 but a 10 insert. luckily, we found one!
  2. Kralik croc crackle it is!
  3. Kralik croc crackle it is!
  4. I HAVE AT LEAST THREE PALLME KONIG INKWELLS WITH THE EXACT SAME HANSA TOP!
  5. Wow! You've really given me an education! I am going after an Imperial paperweight, always wanted one of those.
  6. Thanks! But no Lead lustre I have shows mold marks, and they all have polished pontils, which I do not associate with molds. But then, neither do the "Imperial Jewels". How did they do that?
  7. Nope. The flower is almost as big as the vase! Just be veddy careful . . . . .
  8. I have the small one in a bronze mount.
  9. I had forgotten your explanation! Mine is goldiris.
  10. YOU WILL ALL BE SHOCKED. THIS IS HARRACHOV RAINBOW SPIRAL. I HAVE YOUR VASE AND ANOTHER YOUR VASE AND I HAVE THREE OTHER DOCUMENTED HARRACHOV PIECES WITH THIS SIGNATURE THREE-BALLED BOTTOM: A VASE,...
  11. tHE FIRST I SEE IN THAT COLOR. I WOULD HAVE KILLED FOR IT!
  12. I grew up with a box of 140 Prismacolors! Another friend took a look and said "maroon" (Spanish marrón, brown!) .
  13. Paprika is quite close.
  14. Thanks! Few dare intrude where experts fear to tread . . . i've done extensive research on the color spectrum ad "dark orange is actually much brighter than this.
  15. No kidding. I need both your e-mails! Write me at alfavill@aol.com
  16. IT PAYS TO COLLECT THE SAME SHAPE IN AS MANY DECORS YOU CAN FIND.
  17. It's more like periwinkle blue to me. And the knob is black, believe me. And Loetz, but not Powolny.
  18. I love their simplicity. Imagine 8 of them in different decors, lined up on my long, long table, each with a flower!
  19. My problem: I do not drink root beer (sugar, remember?) So I do not know what color it is!
  20. How can you document its maker?
  21. Something to remember about Czech glass. In a pinch, all glasshouses joined in to fill a lar exporting order. The shape: Rindskopf; the decor, Kralik.
  22. It's definitely Mission, but I do not know the maker.
  23. This one is really going to be difficult to trace! i had never seen one like it!
  24. How do I love opals? Let me count the ways . . . . .
  25. Elegance, simplicity, symmetry: hallmarks of great Loetz.
  26. Fascinating. THEY ARE CZECH!!!!! But marketed through France as French. I have some of them with their original Czech labels!
  27. I had an Australian black opal, gift from a friend, since it is my birthstone. I had it set. It was stolen during a house robbery. Never found another!
  28. I DO. SATIN RUCKL COBALT SHIMMY DEKOR 329, DEB TRUITT BOOK II.
  29. My birthstone. Exquisite!
  30. PK IS HERE TO STAY!!!!! I also have it.
  31. I am shopping outside of E-Bay . . . . .
  32. You have a keen eye. You saw what i saw.
  33. My birthday stone!
  34. I also found it with wings.
  35. Golijov! I am a complete fan of this guy. his operas are amazing!
  36. WHEN THE VASE ARRIVED, I REALIZED THE PICTURE MADE ME BEIEVE IT WAS AN ARCADIA, BUT IT IS IN REALITY AN OLYMPIA.
  37. If they made this in that size, I bet there is a larger one somewhere!
  38. We all agree: these new pieces are simply clogging up E-Bay's Loetz postings. Between them and the many other items that appear as Loetz, it has become very difficult to navigate the postings.
  39. It is definitely Kralik, and I have a match (different coloring but same shape and appied leaves).
  40. Simply awesome! It's actually Zephir (white) Chine with Creta threads.
  41. sEAN, COULD YOU SEND ME A PIC. OF IT IN YOUR BOOK?
  42. iT ARRIVED TODAY. THE REAL MACOY!
  43. Anne, this was one of the most successful Loetz designs, and came in at least four sizes that I know of. I have it in Ozon cisele (same size as this one) and bronze glatt (10"). I have seen a 13" ve...
  44. WALTRAUD NEUWIRTH: 2 VOLUMES, LOETZ, AUSTRIA 1900 AND LOETZ, AUSTRIA 1905-1919. I CONSIDER ALL OF HIS BOOKS ESSENTIAL FOR LOETZ COLLECTORS. CHECK HER ON AMAZON.
  45. Gary has a PN 711.
  46. Dave, I also marvel at their endurance. After all, 115 and counting . . . .
  47. tHE COLOR IS VERY CLOSE TO LOETZ BRONZE LINES.
  48. there is better: folded rim!
  49. There are other shapes in this color. I have two in the 13" range and a mini in this shape (less than 5")
  50. Moser, Moser!!!! I have the pics. to prove it, from the Passau museum!
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