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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ALPHONSE JEAN LAVERGNE"LEPETIT PECHEUR"LAMP - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
PALLME KONIG  GREEN  VASE, IDENTIFIED BY SHAPE. - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ RUSTICANA CRETA  346-371 (1898); 271 (1900) - Art Glassin Art Glass
PALLME KONIG SHADE  R-15 (1906), 7065-DECOR VARIATIONS. - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ RUSTICANA 346-408 (1898); NEU II-335 (1900) - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ III-1272 (1921): MANDARIN YELLOW AND BROWN. - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ II-8123 (1912), ENGRAVED BY KARL GOLDBERG. - Art Glassin Art Glass
TWO IDENTIFIED LOETZ RICHARD CAMEO SHAPES. - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ RICHARD IRIS VASE, 13"  TALL - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ  AEOLUS II-1597 (1904) IN ORANGE - Art Glassin Art Glass

Comments

  1. Holy cow! simply stunning.
  2. Is he related to the Victrola "The Voice of His Master" dog? They seem like the same breed.
  3. Spend your money on quality glass.
  4. So, it seems I struck a troll car of glass deplorables . . . . that's why the delete button exists!
  5. Someone dared to "correct" this post. According to him, this is Poshinger, not PK. Don't anyone ever dare question me with your own opinions if you cannot show me irrefutable proof. UNDERSTOOD? I am...
  6. did you know the same "shop"of Swedish artisans worked for Imperial and Durand as well?
  7. I have the white/red, and also a large one in green with white tadpoles. I happen to think the Welz case at Passau is mostly Kralik, with some Rindskopf thown in for good measure. Welz never reach...
  8. My two cents. I have pages from a Ruckl catalog identifying this shape and, above all, those handles!
  9. Pallme Konig was located in Teplitz/Teplice, Czechoslovakia. It had a vigorous and well-established Lighting Dept., making shades, lamps and candelabra.
  10. Because of the feet, I'd say Kralik.
  11. Wow! Of course, i did not remember what I had already read (senior moments, of which i am really scared). I checking both Jitka and Cantz for Jouve. Thanks Warren!
  12. Anne, I am saying that a) these straight-handled pieces are indeed Loetz; b) they are NOT Powolny as previously thought; c) PN's exist for many of them in Jitka (1910); d: When they were enameled, a ...
  13. Height and bottom diameter are all important. It's a beautiful lamp!
  14. Square opals are quite rare . . .
  15. I think those red stones are really "Dragon's breath" [also called jelly opals though in reality they are Czechoslovakian glass]
  16. When I was in the hospital for almost four months, paralyzed from the neck down, my spouse used to bring me the Loetz miniatures to "play with" and hold every day. They helped me keep my sanity.
  17. tHOSE HANDLES ARE A RUCKL TRADEMARK. SEARCH CW FOR MY RUCKL CATALOG POSTS.
  18. MY ENTIRE SET OF "EVERY DAY" GLASSES ARE ALL ANCHOR-HOCKING, IN CLEAR.
  19. ONE PROBLEM WITH THIS TYPE OF BASKET: ALL OF THEM, FROM EVERY MANUFACTURER, LOOK EXACTLY THE SAME!
  20. N.9; not loetz!
  21. Alan, read n. 2, where it says: "on top".
  22. I bought my first pieces about 35 years ago or more. As I mentioned, from the beginning we identified it as "George Ohr in glass". It was always scarce and mid range expensive, though larger pieces ca...
  23. Just got my first one.
  24. bELIEVE IT OR NOT, I JUST A 17.25" PK IN THIS DECOR. I ALREADY OWN A SHADE.
  25. Warren, I'm emailing you a possible another . . . . .
  26. Mine broke . . . .
  27. Deco Kralik. i have posted several with very similar base.
  28. No. That is a Palda duck decanter!
  29. IT ARRIVED YESTERDAY, LOOKING LIKE IT HAD JUST LEFT THE FACTORY!!!! I'VE NEVER SEEN SUCH GLOSS ON GREEN PAPILLON.
  30. I am almost sure it's an AN kralik piece.
  31. Exquisite, and rare.
  32. I's kill for another orchis!
  33. Broke my heart. that was my first dog when I arrived to the USA. 14 years of total love.
  34. Would you believe i have a shade that matches the green spreading vase?
  35. THE REAL SOURCE IS TRUITT I, WHERE UNDER HOSCH THERE ARE CATALOG PAGES WITH THESE VASES, CALLED KRALIK, DECORATED AND EXPORTED BY HOSCH.
  36. THE TRIPLE RING? A MARKER FOR RUCKL!
  37. HAVE A DOCUMENTED GOLDBERG DESIGN ETCHED INTO A LARGE HEAVY PIECE WITH LOETZ,AUSTRIA ETCHED AT THE BOTTOM. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/124427-loetz-signed-blank-authenticated-goldbe
  38. Phil, it has happened to me too--but from this side. Let me tell you, that vase weighs a ton!
  39. Just got my first: in blue/crystal.
  40. I agree with your ID.
  41. Needless to say, I LOVE THESE! I have 21 in two sizes one one shelf by the window. Documented in the Butler catalogs as early as 1901, as "Czech export glass".
  42. I have the 13" version. Kralik bacillus glass in gold spots and burgundy flecks.
  43. I have seen the identical shape in a rare Kralik vase that is green on the outside and pink on the inside, documented in the Passau Museum collection.
  44. Either Loetz or a Kralik variation. i have had both, so I'd say Kralik. Fabulous quality, though.
  45. Interestingly, but not surprisingly, I am not allowed access to that site through this link. That, my dear, is genuine Loetz blue papillon!
  46. That link is going to bee very useful!
  47. THANKS TO ALL. I HAVE TEARS IN MY EYES. YOU UNDERSTOOD THE MESSAGE
  48. Ok. I'll check it out. I am not familiar with the Columbine.
  49. I correct myself. Now i know the Tall one is definitely PK
  50. PK. I'll post mine so you can compare.
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