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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CANDIA SILBERIRIS: LOETZ MOST VERSATILE TECHNIQUE - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ THREE-HANDLED CANDIA SILBERIRIS VASE. - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ II-1788 AND MARIE KIRSHNER: A DETECTIVE STORY - Art Glassin Art Glass
FROM RINDSKOPF TO LOETZ ON THE BASIS OF SHAPE. - Art Glassin Art Glass
RINDSKOPF DIAMOND QUILT VASE. - Art Glassin Art Glass
KRALIK SHAPE AND DECOR STUDY - Art Glassin Art Glass
BERANEK GROUP PHOTOGRAPHS - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ CORDIALS, TWO VARIATIONS. - Art Glassin Art Glass
PALLME KONIG GROUP AND "TEPLITZ SHADES" - Art Glassin Art Glass
LOETZ MANDARIN YELLOW PITCHER - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Andy just identified the first picture as "goldiris". i never knew it existed. And the Wellen is "Aura". Holy cow!
  2. No wonder I could not find it! But you are right. Your comment on candia silberiris made me think: Astraa, CS with gold spots; Astartig: CS with pimples, even the vases with pulled decor that are c...
  3. This family of thorn vases are among the earliest documented imports into the USA. They appear in the Butler Brothers catalogs from 1901. I have them in several shapes, sizes and decors. I'd love i...
  4. I love owls! I'm going to try to find this plate.
  5. Annie, the irony, oh the irony! I did not bid on that lot!
  6. That shape is associated with Loetz, but it was soon coopted by practically every other glass manufacturer of the periodboth in Czechoslovakia and Germany. The decor was probably applied by a Czech r...
  7. Imagine it in the 6" version . ..
  8. Got it, Warren, but, do you know if that vase has a pontil? Also, it's a bit wider at the top than my examples.
  9. Don't tell me this is Welz. Actually, did welz also do inkwells? Welz is an INVENTION.
  10. THE MARK SEEMS TO SUGGEST IT WAS IMPORTED INTO FRANCE. THE PEWTER IS PROBABLY FRENCH AS WELL. THAT MARK IS ALSO ASSOCIATED WITH KRALIK.
  11. I have a lamp--I think these are Ruckl.
  12. One of my earliest. I still keep it.
  13. All Dugan has quite visible seams. I'd say it's amazing it is now on British soil! I bet no one has them.
  14. Racer, were you bidding? Sorry! But I wanted to replace the one I lost.
  15. What you have is a blank, which could be Harrach or Kralik, designed to be embellished by a refnery. Unfortunately, no one yet has been able to determine which type of decor corresponds to each refin...
  16. Kralik, Ian, I have a pair of the green, with an open salt and an inkwell!
  17. BINGO! It is a variant of 4119, with angular protruding handles, not round. I think we can now say that the catalog illutrtes basic shapes, ot variations.
  18. i HAVE 3 451, BUT I DO NOT NOTICE ANY SIMILARITY. OF COURSE, THE PIECES HAVE NOT EVEN BEEN MAILED YET, SO I WILL HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL I CAN MADE A REAL COMPARISON.
  19. NOW I NEED TO GO BACK TO THE DARN CATALOGUE . . .
  20. Simply amazing. I collect inkwells, and have never found any with a male figure.
  21. Right, Hokusai. Sorry!
  22. It is an iconic picture: "The Wave". by Hiroshige, Lamentably, yours is a repo, since I do not see any Japanese signature.
  23. That double ring at the bottom is a Ruckl marker. I have both vases AND shades with it.
  24. H have just completed an even dozen!
  25. Relatively inexpensive and very Tennessee Williams!
  26. Wish me luck.. . .
  27. Welcome! Your set is Czech, and it should be marked in the metal. Revise it carefully. Usually the mark is where you least expect it!
  28. Extremely important: Meyer's Neffe and Konig are also mentioned!
  29. It's Google. Something like "loetzandglass". Sorry to say it''s really not up to date. I'm busy writing poetry!
  30. Indeed PK! I have two matching vases.
  31. I have been submitted to a barrage of harrassment by two individuals questioning my attributions. I recommend they BUY THE BOOKS which any collector (or even dealer) should have. They are, by the wa...
  32. yESTERDAYGLASS: I DO. DO YOU HAVE ANY EVIDENCE TO THE CONTRARY? SUBMIT IT.
  33. Awesome. My entire family is dashund-centric!
  34. Amazing. That is actually camellia pink!
  35. Thank you, Charcoal, for highlighting a much maligned manufacturer!
  36. Wow, perfectly gorgeous!
  37. Gorgeous. I bet Bohemian. The lack of a pontil matches the cutoff top, which was not "ground down".
  38. BOTH SHADES ARE RUCKL!
  39. Pure perfection!
  40. I did reach n. 13! A 4549 in pink. Sorry, I cannot show the PN design.
  41. Kev, I got it yesterday it is indeed 4575: five curls at the top.
  42. 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!
  43. Little bows and roses? Closer to Riedel.
  44. IT ARRIVED!!!!! NOW I CAN BE LAID TO REST.
  45. 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....
  46. I have the ID! It's featured as Pallme Konig on Wichmann's book. i have four in that shape!
  47. I can prove it's not Kralik . . . In fact, I just received another in this shape.
  48. These blues are always spectacular. I have long looked for the 13" version of this shape, which I have but in Grenada.
  49. Exquisite. I callected all 25 angelfish!
  50. Good Lord, they rival Audubon's!
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