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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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Uranium oxblood and white enamelled soliflore - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik lines and canes uranium jug - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz oxblood and white with brick red interior - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz fancy pair - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik swagged tadpole iridescent satin or soie de verre vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik pink martelé biscuit barrel sans top - Art Glassin Art Glass
Small aventurine dimpled vase with base metal collar - Art Glassin Art Glass
Mystery submerged glass bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
A Loetz-like rosebowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Green iridescent pair  - Art Glassin Art Glass

Comments

  1. Thanks, Malkey.
  2. This is special.
  3. Sure is the same as mine: now we need to find out some more about this mark!
  4. Welz zigzag.
  5. All Welz to my mind.
  6. Of course.
  7. Woo: lovely! A great Welz shape and foot.
  8. Thanks, Charcoal. I would reckon that Welz as well. I love your site.
  9. Something similar has been posted before: Kralik, I think, but wait for the other opinions. I had my eye on this too! ;-). I don't normally like to bring that in, but I had it down as quality, proba...
  10. Peggy: you must: I can't wait!
  11. I think you're right, Racer, the difference is amazing.
  12. My thoughts tend towards Kralik on this and Peggy's (which I own in duplicate!) but there is room for more than some doubt on both. But I am, like you two, still learning!
  13. I am sure Welz.
  14. Thanks.
  15. Yes, Bob, at least we know that! BTW see my recent post for an ask!
  16. Please add any links to similar! ;-)
  17. I would say it is too well made in too plain a décor to be anything other than contemporaneous. But I would say that!
  18. I have posted one herringbone gold iridescent vase and seen a group of others, but think they are still in that great big "?" pile atm.
  19. Thanks, you can see some moulded flame mark in pic 3.
  20. Thanks all.
  21. Would it have feasibly have been called opalgrun - opal green?
  22. Top and bottom spatter: what's not to like?
  23. Thanks, Michelle, that décor is called leaf and is quite a bit different from this - look at the base of mine for a particularly good idea as the sides would need multiple pics from lots of angles to ...
  24. N=1 at the moment so unsure despite multiple Kralik-y attributes!
  25. Looks like Heckert.
  26. Love it!
  27. Thanks, all.
  28. Thanks for all the comments! :-)
  29. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/208103-aventurine-rosebowl-metal-mould-czech-ar This is the earlier aventurine post.
  30. Woo - love.
  31. I would call the roundel semi-heraldic.
  32. Plus, I think the shape rather suits the décor.
  33. Love it - and they do sit well together as Art Deco glass.
  34. Wonderful.
  35. Yes - to catch all these lovelies, your search parameters would have to be rather wide! Love it - and a great find.
  36. Thanks, Peggy.
  37. Again, these pale next to the last few posts!
  38. These are wonderful, as are all your posts today, and help us to see what great pieces are out there. It would be a dream to find any of these!
  39. It reminded me of this French mark on an eggshell vase but I see it is completely different. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/121048-kralik-eggshell-vase
  40. Thanks, all.
  41. Thanks! And to my mystery man!
  42. I don't know what Michelle would say but looks Rindskopf to me.
  43. Do post and send the link. A local person! :-)
  44. Thanks for the link. I think that it is hard to know what you don't know - for example, in links Ivonne sent me recently, there were lots of intaglio cut pieces which are all "Moser" on Ebay at the m...
  45. I worried about mine being modern, but I put that to one side, while keeping an eye out for lots suddenly hitting the stores. Sometimes, we are pleasantly surprised by the condition of some of thes...
  46. Great one.
  47. Great shape and enviable décor.
  48. Love it! Would love one in that décor but I think our collections need to diverge not further converge! I buy something often to find you have 3! :-)
  49. Thanks, Michelle. The sparkles are very understated: much as appears in the photos: just one or two flashes of light through the vase.
  50. Thanks for the comments. Craig, probably more of our posts and attributions should come with this sort of caveat.
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