Alfredo

New York, NY

Personal Website: sites.google.com/site/loe…

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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AN OLYMPIA COLLECTION - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ CISELE-HUMBLE BUT DOCUMENTED! - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ I-7848 (1899) FOR LOBMEYER--THE SHORTEST SNAKE EVER! - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ OLYMPIA PN I-7035 - Art Glassin Art Glass
RINDSKOPF 6" SERPENT VASE - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ ARCADIA I-6728/VI WITH DEK/107 - Art Glassin Art Glass
RINDSKOPF PEWTER-MOUNTED EWER - Art Glassin Art Glass
CRETA RUSTICANA MIT SCHLANGE I-1/112 PART TWO - Art Glassin Art Glass
CRETA RUSTICANA MIT SILBERIRIS SCHLANGE.  II-1/112 - Art Glassin Art Glass
AMBER-GOLD, CORRUGATED RINDSKOPF VASE - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. WHEN THE VASE ARRIVED, I REALIZED THE PICTURE MADE ME BEIEVE IT WAS AN ARCADIA, BUT IT IS IN REALITY AN OLYMPIA.
  2. If they made this in that size, I bet there is a larger one somewhere!
  3. 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.
  4. It is definitely Kralik, and I have a match (different coloring but same shape and appied leaves).
  5. Simply awesome! It's actually Zephir (white) Chine with Creta threads.
  6. sEAN, COULD YOU SEND ME A PIC. OF IT IN YOUR BOOK?
  7. iT ARRIVED TODAY. THE REAL MACOY!
  8. 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...
  9. 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.
  10. Gary has a PN 711.
  11. Dave, I also marvel at their endurance. After all, 115 and counting . . . .
  12. tHE COLOR IS VERY CLOSE TO LOETZ BRONZE LINES.
  13. there is better: folded rim!
  14. There are other shapes in this color. I have two in the 13" range and a mini in this shape (less than 5")
  15. Moser, Moser!!!! I have the pics. to prove it, from the Passau museum!
  16. And, of course, you have the Loetz bug, for which there is no vaccine yet.
  17. Ok, Annie. This kind of enamiling was supposed to do several things: 1) you are right. It was meant to make glass look like pottery. but there is more: it was also meant to make glass look like ea...
  18. kIVATINIZ--AMAZINGLY, I HAVE A PAIR OF VASES AND AN OPEN SALT WITH BRITISH METAL MARKS AND FEET IDENTICAL TO YOURS. THEY ALL SHADE FROM GREEN TO CLEAR.
  19. I have it in my "unknown decors" from the Passau Museum!
  20. The attribution is quite debatable.
  21. Ivonne yes! Is there a Polish E-Bay? My sister is also called Yvonne.
  22. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/147960-tadeusz-wrzesniak-glassworks-mimosa-glas There, a link to my CW Kresniak post
  23. I think this is a small cisele by Loetz. It's very similar to one I have, but in mine the spots are green.
  24. Go after the first lemon drape you can find!
  25. The Wresniak Mimosa line was discontinued, and its sample catalog stricken from the Wresniak website.
  26. Wow, that last one has A NUMBER embedded on the glass! Of course it could not be Knicek.
  27. would you consider Harrachov?
  28. Particularly because we both also collect owls (he's happy; I'm happy).
  29. Actually only the bottom is techncally silberiris. I'd call the top "glatt"-very smooth, no pores. The same combination of techniques can be found on the Creta Rusticana leaf forms.
  30. Yvonne, look at my recent post: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/160762-pk-blue-on-clear-three-versions?in=user
  31. AWESOME! You probably have seen my Loetz tango demitasse set.
  32. Check it out a again! New pictures, new information.
  33. Only the overlays were marked Rockwell-- The problem with "Czechoslovakia" marks as identifiers is that they really were not placed by the manufacturers, but the exporters. MY smaller overlays had t...
  34. I found a picture of the sxact same pitcher, but with black prunts, and the tiny shots glasses are barrel shaped and have black handles and also prunts. I think this is a Harrachov design. The PM is...
  35. Sorry: European.
  36. A comment by an Eropean expert on Art glass many od us know: I have seen this kind of stopper (which seems to be absolutely original here) on definitely Loetz items, so your assumption that the deca...
  37. They have been identified as Loetz in the recent Tango exhibitions curated by experts.What marks have you seen? I have owned up to three dozen, all not marked at all.
  38. Interestingly enough, this type of glass was also made by the Schleersee Glassworks in German Bohemia.
  39. Remember, I collect like NOAH: two of a kind!
  40. Just lower the lights a little! /lol/
  41. I'D CALL IT CRYSTAL! A FANTASTIC FIND.
  42. Alan, I am guilty--on the bases of the wrong attritubition in one of my research books--of having identified these vases and their corrsponding inkwells to Stolzle. Further research has revealed they...
  43. I'D SAY SATIN RUCKL.
  44. ARE THOSE RASPBERRY PRUNTS?
  45. It looks like Loetz to me . . . .
  46. The vase you remember appears in the Loetz design books, but most of the ones I have seen in that shape (including one I own) are now attributed to Heckert
  47. I've always atributed this finish to Ruckl.
  48. Here they were usually white, red and blue. We still hang real candy stripe canes on the Xmas tree.
  49. dOCUMENTED! KRALIK MADE THE GLASS, HOSCH DECORATED IT AND EXPORTED IT! TRUITT BOHEMIAN GLASS I.
  50. CHECK MY POSTS ON CW AND MY LOETZANDGLASS SITE.
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