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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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Blue bottom-up spatter with aventurine - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech tango spatter glass baluster ca. 1930 - unknown  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik silver enamelled baluster form - Art Glassin Art Glass
Tango applied trail and handle vase - Welz - Art Glassin Art Glass
Wildcard post - footed satin glass vase with uranium foot and trail - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rubina verde pair - interesting shapes - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik urn with leaves and teardrops - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik yellow ribbed twisted lobed urn - Art Glassin Art Glass
Four martele vases - light and dark greens - Art Glassin Art Glass
Red enamelled butressed vase.  Kralskopf?  Rindslik? - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Woo - just found it - very special.
  2. Have you posted the one fourth from the right on here? That, like your current, is very nice.
  3. Thanks, Craig, who would have known my normal default position actually correct on this one!
  4. Anne, it isn't cameo glass but I appreciate your comment.
  5. One of my very early passions was (and remains) heraldry. That said, there are enormous differences between UK and continental heraldry...I think, however, I am on the right track.
  6. This is more recent than the Victorian period - the sticker suggests 1960s or later - someone on here may be able to be more precise. The Mary Gregory style has been produced for over 100 years. I k...
  7. Thanks, Kyle. So Welz-y, Kralik-y, unknown pile!
  8. Warren, I think the lions salient are actually a rather loose "antik" lions rampant - much more likely to support a shield. The execution of heraldic forms even by experienced draughtsmen in the roco...
  9. Thanks, both!
  10. Sklo, you are a wonder. (PS I am an Edwardian).
  11. Thanks, Michelle too - just coming back to this one in case someone had more knowledge. :-)
  12. Hope that helps, otherwise it is a cut and paste.
  13. Warren, thanks, you're a wonder. I might have missed that one.
  14. Thanks both for the comments.
  15. I haven't a clue but the numbers on the lid do not appear to be pre-war to my untrained eye.
  16. I would say Rindskopf with a similar caveat to that in my other comment.
  17. I would say Kralik but there is much more experience on here than mine. The camera flash doesn't do it justice.
  18. They will! www.kralik-glass.com, loetz and glass and loetz.com are all good sites to have a look around for similar things.
  19. The feet on the seashell are very different - more of a tripod formed of 3 'u's. The shapes and vertical ribbing are very different - I can see how they appear similar but they are not. It is hard w...
  20. I have something a bit more slender but looking very similar in an unknown tango spatter. Will try to post.
  21. There are four other ripple optic posts on here, I think.
  22. It looks a little like a Kralik ripple optic (certainly in picture 2) - and the feet look Kralik-y. You need someone with Kralik in their blood for this one. The design is optical anyhow - but doesn...
  23. The casing glass looks a bit thick for my Rindskopfs - but I agree with you it's "got the look"!
  24. For what my comment is worth (and at present it is more heart than anything else) the applied glass looks Kralik-y in its application. :-)
  25. Excellent post. Love the juxtapositions.
  26. I just saw an inkwell in a collection just the same - complete with dimples - in the same broken martele decor reminiscent of a spiderweb.
  27. I have the same square rimmed tango vase and am not sure too.
  28. I think it's great too - there are a number of lamp experts on here- I am not one of them but wonder whether it had a cloche-like shade in the orange to fit atop? Ian
  29. It is certainly out there to find - and (I think) under appreciated. I am not going mad on it at present as usually the EBay phenomenon usually flushes out what there is. I always check out the glas...
  30. OMG. Wowsers.
  31. I exactly agree regarding the shame of fresh flowers fading and dying, but sometimes this is their beauty as well.
  32. The links above have 3 Franz Papert (Kamenicky Senov) vases in red with gold details as "roots of tango glass". Very reminiscent of this one... (dangerous statement, I know). http://rover.rajce.idn...
  33. Thanks, Al.
  34. I appreciate your comment, Al, as I am outside my comfort zone with this - Ian.
  35. Pretty in pink. Very nice group.
  36. Thanks.
  37. Google translate here I come!
  38. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/137985-orange-and-oxblood-satin-glass-vase-h-m
  39. Do you know who made this, Michelle, as I just got something very similar. Would love to know.
  40. I agree - still love the acid staining on these though.
  41. Could be Spanish/Mallorcan - try www.glassmessages.com ?modern? possibly Pueblo Espagnol factory.
  42. Wow. Again.
  43. Looks the same - thanks for the Pinterest link.
  44. It is not strictly a crest, but an emblem, in the design sense. Sorry to be pedantic. It could be an heraldic crest, if it were resting on a torque (wreath). It would be a coat of arms if within a ...
  45. My secret on Ebay is seach for "glas" as it tends to get everything. Almost. Some people can't tell the difference between ceramic and glass.
  46. The link certainly supports that supposition, but I can't imagine using these in that way - or my Rindskopf hyacinth vase!
  47. Wonderful as ever!
  48. Thanks for the loves and comments - appreciated as always.
  49. Wonderful - thanks for sharing.
  50. What a line-up - we have missed you on here!
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I think I have seen it before......... ID for tango Jack in the pulpit vase ?Ruckl Buttressed  Art Nouveau verde-clear pair

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