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IanBrighton

Brighton, UK

Bohemian glass 1890-1940+ especially multi-coloured tango, bottom-up spatters, yellow gilded or enamelled things, things with silver rims and thorn vases. Not to meBohemian glass 1890-1940+ especially multi-coloured tango, bottom-up spatters, yellow gilded or enamelled things, things with silver rims and thorn vases. Not to mention post-war Chribska. And that is just at the moment. Most of my favourites are (relatively) mass-produced survivors meant for use. I am learning - and, I hope, developing - all the time. I am a professional man living and working on Britain's south coast. (Read more)

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Henry Perkins and Sons with a décor link. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Large tango wave vase with reference to earlier posts - Art Glassin Art Glass
Two more rubina-verde ribbed vases - Art Glassin Art Glass
Pair of twisted single bud vases with green trails and Birmingham HM 1904 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz footed lobed bowl with applied pink "fins" - Art Glassin Art Glass
Art Deco glass palm vase or centrepiece.  Unidentified. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Enamelled yellow spatter rosebowl - Welz/Moser/Harrach &c - Art Glassin Art Glass
Iridescent trinket pot with applied claws and "jewels", chrome rim - Art Glassin Art Glass
Simple iridescent green vase with hammered brass collar - Art Glassin Art Glass
Pair of Welz hexagonal bud vase - variegated yellow, enamelled   - Art Glassin Art Glass

Comments

  1. Or maybe it's in the unknown pile!
  2. Oil lamp base it is - I have seen two others (both Welz) with the original brass lamp fitting and matching chimney - so this one has a chimney somewhere approx 3.5-4cm in diameter and 8-10cm high.
  3. Let me try.
  4. In Wichmann's "Jugendstil Art Nouveau: Floral and Functional Forms", as well as lots of examples across the design field, there are illustrations from the period showing diatoms which remind me of the...
  5. Love this as well! Nice trio.
  6. Wow, wow and wow!
  7. Beautiful - keep us posted!
  8. Despite having half a foot missing! Thanks for the comment.
  9. Thanks, Scott.
  10. Yum (and thanks) to both.
  11. Thanks, Mac. I was about to write that the rim isn't marked but there is a very faint and small "jz" mark, looking more like "__jz". (The predecing line being a little wavy). It is too bright to be...
  12. Lee, I *love* the rim on yours, though! Thanks for the link.
  13. Sorry to hear about your bereavement but thank you for your lovely posts. :-)
  14. Thank you - I *think* Czech/Bohemian - but I am always finding out new things so thanks for your thoughts. A company called Kralik produced pink "carnival glass" with a slight iridescence, and David ...
  15. Thanks for the comments - I will update the above in the light of your help.
  16. :-) Thanks.
  17. Very nice. I am sure under-appreciated. The "LR" sticker is quite distinctive.
  18. A quick google and *boom* - Lednicke Rovne (Slovakia) lots of images of a labelled vase.
  19. I have something very similar with a Lednicke Rovne sticker. I don't think it is quite so symmetrical from above.
  20. Thanks, all. Hobnails are on a few posts on here.
  21. As long as it isn't Mr Baba!
  22. That could be a goer, thanks.
  23. Thanks, Rose.
  24. Nice - and enviable - collection.
  25. Thanks, Gary.
  26. Thanks, Mac and Inky.
  27. I think all were vases. The collars are crimped over in such a way that a stopper, lid or any other fitting could not be used without risking damage. Good idea, though.
  28. Here is a link to a tango exhibition from a deleted post. http://multimedia.ctk.cz/cs/video/document/6383477/regionalni-muzeum-teplice-predstavuje-tango-sklo Not relevant to this vase but of genera...
  29. Wonderful!
  30. There is a very similar vase on Ebay at present and its twin with a satin shimmy pfau (or similar) decor that we all attribute to Ruckl - so maybe this is Ruckl.
  31. Thanks, all.
  32. Thanks. I did wonder - I thought it was a bit too regular for a martelé... but...
  33. The plant represented is *probably* a viola.
  34. http://www.silvercollection.it is a great resource for silver.
  35. Ebay for this one. Orange, though, I am afraid!
  36. Thank you, you have a great interest in tango glass. I would love to know more.
  37. Great ensemble!
  38. I didn't think of that - absolutely. Begs a try-out. I think that is the point of the crimped rosebowls as well, now you mention it. I won't get into the who did it debate as I respect Al's and...
  39. Thanks, Sean.
  40. Great link to Beck. Lovely tango. Mmmmmmmm.
  41. One is hiding on slide 26 or 27.
  42. Haha, Anne! Luckily orange comes in many hues so I can say it's not all orange: some is tangerine &c.
  43. Unusual tango. Most black enamelled stuff seems to be one colour, not a spatter. there are some links to the exhibitions that Vetraio mentions stuck away on here somewhere.
  44. Thanks for your comments.
  45. Haha, Anne, might have been - busted! I get confused between the Stevens & Williams / Stourbridge and Czech flower vases and pitchers BUT think most of them are Czech - it's over to the group.
  46. Thank you.
  47. Thanks.
  48. Nice - especially with the stand.
  49. I would be delighted to learn more about this, which I thought was Kralik.
  50. The Marx comment was a joke about my learning stage re glass - in case anyone wondered - more of a reflection of my dependence on the knowledge of others than my own in so many matters. I just say th...
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