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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PALLME KONIG/ELIZABETHHUTTE/TEPLICE INKWELLS - Art Glassin Art Glass
NEW PHOTOS OF MY RECENT POSTINGS. - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ HARRACH MAY GREEN PITCHER. - Art Glassin Art Glass
PK/ELIZABETHUTTE OXBLOOD OPALESCENT INKWELL - Art Glassin Art Glass
HARRACHOV INKWELL AND MATCHING PAPERWEIGHT. - Art Glassin Art Glass
BLUE PAPILLON MINIATURES - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
LOETZ BLUE PAPILLON I - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
PALLME KONIG OXBLOOD FEATHERED POWDER JAR. - Art Glassin Art Glass
PALLME KONIG FIGURAL OWL CAP INKWELL. - Pensin Pens
KRALIK BAROQUE FLOWER SCULPTURE AND RELATIVES - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. I have a 15" vase, with a C Loetz mark embossed on the glass. But the blank is Loetz; the decor is the famous Goldberg cranes!
  2. Check out my post with bubble glass vase inkwells, and paperweight. This could be Czech, Harrachov!
  3. Little bows and roses? Closer to Riedel.
  4. IT ARRIVED!!!!! NOW I CAN BE LAID TO REST.
  5. Oh boy, I had forgotten all about that! Well, back to the drawing board and more research. On the other hand, Rosa María's inkwell is also accompanied by identifiable PK vases, as are some of mine....
  6. I have the ID! It's featured as Pallme Konig on Wichmann's book. i have four in that shape!
  7. aWESOME!
  8. I can prove it's not Kralik . . . In fact, I just received another in this shape.
  9. These blues are always spectacular. I have long looked for the 13" version of this shape, which I have but in Grenada.
  10. Exquisite. I callected all 25 angelfish!
  11. Good Lord, they rival Audubon's!
  12. I know, nena. I just flooded the group with pictures! I've been tracing this decor for 10 years. For starters, Posh is not known for useful art glass, except vases.
  13. It's a dream realized. Aber and I had collected owls even before we met. We have several Back Forest wood owl inkwells, but never before a Czech one!
  14. Simply awesome. And you are right. Here, the shape trumps the decor.
  15. I have a very similar one, but it's red shimmy on green aventurine.
  16. We cal it Silber glatt. Classic kralik!
  17. THERE IS AN EXTRA I IN THERE. OR PERHAPS IT IS TOMORROW NIGHT!
  18. hOLY COW, NENE! IS IT TOMORROW IN AUSTRAILIA?
  19. Curiously, i have a cold painted lamp marked "Austria" of an Arab selling rugs under a c luster of palm fronds which are quite similar to those in your lamp, but the the woman on your lamp is similar...
  20. Please look now. I just got it. See how tiny it really is!
  21. It's kralik! See the Hosch catalog.
  22. I have a set of 4 of these . Marty. Pazaurek calls them "Baroque" and they are in the Hosh catalog I prologued.
  23. I've had a picture of this vase for years in my folders! I would say Kralik.
  24. A rare example of Kralik's Croc Crackle! I had never seen it in blue.
  25. The Passau Museum has a Ruckl poster with a three ball feet as well.
  26. I love it! First one I ever see where the fruit is actually hanging from the glass, not attached to it.
  27. I almost went for this one! But the inkwell "got in the way".
  28. MIchelle: the shape of the inkwell.
  29. I'd say Kralik. Heckert is still not a safe term to use!
  30. Opal is my birthstone, my sister's and my partner's. We are all Libras!
  31. Oh boy do I have a collection of these! Fascinatingly, they were imported to America by the ton and used in Native American jewelry. They are indeed Czech glass. Do you like NYE leaf and flowers je...
  32. that's simply awesome! I stopped collecting Horner after at one point i was left with the enamel right on my hand. it had fallen out as if had peeled!
  33. For Albert: I not only saw it, it has already arrived. I am glad to report most of my pieces are represented; however, no inkwells, lamps or shades.143 pieces, out of which 31 did not sell.
  34. Alas, America is full of rip-off "collectibles", and this is one of the most common. "Limited edition" plates. I still have my original Fillmore East posters!
  35. Be still, my heart! I've been collecting Kralik fruits for years. This is the first time I see this combination!
  36. I have a Horner butterfly with a pinprick loss. Can it be repaired? i thought British enamel couldn't!
  37. And quite cloae to Schliersee, which is not Czech, but Bavarian/Bohemian. The grapes are apllied, and raised.
  38. Kralik, of course.
  39. Great job. Is this a book or an article. The only problem: no manufacturer, but in 1998 no one knew. Most of these have already been identified.
  40. Good grief! It took me quite a while to discover this one! Do you know that there are lamp shades that MATCH YOUR VASE?
  41. Exquisite. I have one which is more apple green, but with the same shading in pink, 10"
  42. did anyone spit into these? What a horrible name for these gorgeous vases! They might as well have called them chamber pots for babies!
  43. Andy Jelcic wrote me of the strong relationship between Poshinger and Kralik, and told me he had seen similar pieces in green.
  44. Beautiful color. I have a 12" in this shape but more mocha color, enameled.
  45. It certainly looks Moser! Do you have the Moser Book? I'll check.
  46. All I can say is Holy Cow! I only have one Glue-Chip!
  47. How strange. A 12.5" vase, no pontil? I doubt it's Loetz, but I might be wrong. Small ciseles were often blown from the top.
  48. This is Kralik for the British market. Thus, the hallmark.
  49. I turned 70 on the 16th; my teddy bear just turned 69 on the same day!
  50. I have a similar vase, shaped like an amphora and in a metal stand with dragonflies. Once I read somewhere it could be Poshinger, but have no real proof.
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