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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POSHINGER (maybe) VASE ON METAL FRAME - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ RUSTICANA MIT SCHLANGE II-713 - Art Glassin Art Glass
RINDSKOPF VASES IN TWO SIZES - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ CRETA RUSTICANA SERPENT VASES - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ GLATT 346-366, AND 346-365 IN DIANA AND OLYMPIA - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ GLATT  I-346-350 (1898); II-340 (1900) - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ BRONZE GLATT II-250 - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ ETCHED  DARK CRETA SILBERIRIS - Art Glassin Art Glass
CZECH DECO EXPORT LAMP DECANTER WITH AMERICAN COPPER. - Art Glassin Art Glass
CZECH TANGO VANITY SET, OPAL YELLOW. - Art Glassin Art Glass

Comments

  1. Beautiful color. I have a 12" in this shape but more mocha color, enameled.
  2. It certainly looks Moser! Do you have the Moser Book? I'll check.
  3. All I can say is Holy Cow! I only have one Glue-Chip!
  4. 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.
  5. This is Kralik for the British market. Thus, the hallmark.
  6. I turned 70 on the 16th; my teddy bear just turned 69 on the same day!
  7. 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.
  8. Montevideo is another of my "homes away from home". I came back loaded with Reyles' first editions!
  9. I just got one of these. Yours is far closer to 711 than mine.
  10. Exquisite!
  11. Quite interesting. I have black pieces that are really purple, all of them from Kralik.
  12. Rindskopf it is.
  13. Awesome. i have it in another shape and another decor!
  14. Any documentation, or just hearsay?
  15. Holy cow! Thanks for explaining the technique!
  16. And I was right. The piece is marked Czecho/Slovakia on the metal part that holds the tumblers, but the tumblers themselves are American!
  17. Oh yes, the stoppers are all fitted to their particular bottles. But frequently one can find one that fits (albeit imperfectly) several bottles.
  18. sean, the opposite way. Find a whole set and do nt let it go.
  19. Top of the line Teplitz (probably PK). This is a treasure.
  20. This what I tell people to go for! We do not find them in the USA.
  21. Beware of "Welz". but it is simply gorgeous. You do well in collectig different shapes in the same decor. That's the way to go.
  22. And I think the purity of the design points to Harrachov.
  23. Warren, I think you have hit the nail on the head! It screams "Prohibition!"
  24. Sean, the way to go is to find a complete set from the start. Single pieces usually appear enameled. I have only bought one set here; all of the others come from Europe: the Netherlands and the UK,
  25. Thanks for plugging my article. I thought it was no longer available on the Net. That very vase appears in the PMC.
  26. And when I looked closely at the vase: it's a red Hecherty silberband! Kevin, you are an ace!
  27. Try finding one in white, no matter condition (meaning feet chips)
  28. I just love these small pieces!
  29. Probably Kralik,
  30. The shade is Czech Ruckl. The metal part is probably American. This is classically Deco (1920-30's)
  31. With a lot of pansy spreading. Is it clear glass or more like a Bronze silberiris?
  32. I have the taller, 12" version.
  33. Definitely Ruckl coral shimmy!
  34. He, he. I've have slowly come to the same conclusion! I love groupings. and is necessary to say it: many of the Loetz decors tend to obscure the purity of shape.
  35. You are going to be in shock. I have two Hansa PK inkwells. Both wells are totally punctured with little holes, and one came full of tiny green beads!
  36. They remind me of Steuben's Rosaline glass.
  37. I have a similarly shaped cabinet, also full of glass. But I found mine on the street, with a broken side panel. We took it home, dismounted the panel and had it replaced, sanded and stained it. Ha...
  38. It IS a vase, not a lampshade. And one of my favorite decors. I have 8 of them, all documented.
  39. No. By the time Loetz closed, it was not in the hands of the original founders, and the fate of the latter owners is lost.
  40. I love it so much I have displayed it next to the funerary urn!
  41. Do you remember photographs from Passau under Atlas glass? They matched this style. If I find them, I'll send them to the group.
  42. Yes it does. I have yet to find another like it, but it is a ringer for Loetz . . . except that it does not glow UV
  43. I remembered! Cluthra vases with opal handles, no top.
  44. I had never seen anything like it!
  45. The green, Creta cisele; the gold, Candia silberiris.
  46. I'd say the middle one is Loetz and the sides are Kralik.
  47. Classic Kralik decor, and a typical Bohemian horn mount.
  48. I have: an inkwell; a barber bottle; a vase; and a barber's talcum powder posted somewhere in CW. Kralik. I'd kill for these!
  49. Before glass, my partner and I collected Fulper, Van Briggle, George Ohr. when the died, I sold the entire collection and filled the empty shleves with Czech glass.
  50. I have several pieces with that kind of feet. I thought it was a marker for Kralik. I bet it's a Kralik blank decorated by someone else.
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