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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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Kralik white Art Deco flared baluster vase with raspberry prunts - Art Glassin Art Glass
Ciselé vase with dimples ?Loetz victoriana - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz?  Yellow tango vase with applied blue leaves - Art Glassin Art Glass
Deco tango selection with Butler Bros link - Art Glassin Art Glass
Cut smoked Art Deco or mid century decanter and glass service - Art Glassin Art Glass
Butler Bros conundrum and more questions than answers - Art Glassin Art Glass
Linear / geometric Art Deco pressed glass jardinière  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Another Nouveau-Deco transition piece - Art Glassin Art Glass
Pink hobnail mould blown glass vase HM collar 1921 - Art Glassin Art Glass
How do you follow Al?  Two small tango vases! - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. I find these really difficult.
  2. Yes - the same. Interesting ID? Heckert!
  3. What a lovely family connection! I am not sure but they look Bohemian and in incredibly good condition. I would keep hold of them! I am sure any price or valuation wouldn't make up for the family s...
  4. Thanks, Peggy!
  5. The prunts are highly uv reactive.
  6. This is quite a piece! Enviable!
  7. Beautiful!
  8. And Jericho's: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/64642-kralik-shapes9--organ-shape
  9. Here's Al's post on the interesting cushion or organ shape: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/23665-kralik-one-shape-many-decors
  10. Yes, both possibilities.
  11. And: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/165747-czech-art-deco-spatter-glass-vase-with-c
  12. And: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/162400-czech-art-deco-spatter-glass-vase
  13. From Peggy: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/186856-czech-art-deco-spatter-glass-vase
  14. LOL. Should I agree or not? :-)
  15. Here is one of Inky's: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/147401-bright-and-sunny-on-this-wet-day
  16. And another frill and coil combination: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/115821-3-tango-glass-vases-with-applied-blue-gl
  17. Two similar leaves: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/136581-two-art-deco-spatter-vases-with-applied
  18. Here is one: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/185459-tango-pair--kralik-and-possible-kralik
  19. I'm sorry, Ivonne, I am not sure that the link opened correctly, as I couldn't see this shape.
  20. Jericho, Jags, Mac, Gluechip, Al... The list of enviable collections goes on and on! Peggy's has to be no. 1 for me owing to its proximity to my own!
  21. I know what you mean in every word of the above. Love it!
  22. Cheers - they are definitely the same shape but, as you say, one of the unknowns, just at present.
  23. When I say, "If I didn't get one of these so often..." I mean the granny look for César, rather than this exact décor!
  24. I wouldn't say often, but I am sure Peggy (Sklo) would agree that the Victorian or Edwardian Welz or the more conservative Art Deco stuff is seen over here somewhat more frequently than the cased stuf...
  25. The glass on most of my pinched jugs is "lightbulb" thin - not something we normally associate with Kralik, like the lack of pontil marks.
  26. But that's not to forget any one of 100 companies that could have produced these!
  27. The pink quilted could possibly be a link to Kralik - if one can be found with a trademark foot - like the swirled tadpole foot - however, I think you and others would say that there is a bit of a mix...
  28. And yet another of Al's which seems to link them all: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/27288-kralik-in-butler-brothers-catalogs
  29. Another example by Mac http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/79926-kralik-uranium-tango-vase
  30. And Al's with two interesting shapes: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/63299-kralik-tango-a-permanent-color-riot
  31. Here's Mac's example: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/107894-kralik-vase-with-prunts
  32. Al's trio are an interesting group of shapes.
  33. Thanks, Peggy!
  34. Thanks, Deano!
  35. The two green vases are very uv-reactive, and the one on the left has the sort of bubbles which we associate with soda glass - maybe it could be called an aerogrun?
  36. Tell your friend there are people on both sides of the pond who would love this!
  37. Love it!
  38. Lovely Kralik bacillus vase and Art Nouveau metal mount. I hope you find a small makers mark somewhere, but few were marked, I think. If you find one, let us know. It is likely to be at the back on...
  39. Mmmmmmm!
  40. I am always looking for initials/monogrammes within these decorations but very few of this (good quality but middling sort) of ware seems to have been good enough to carry any such distinguishing mark...
  41. Look Czech, marked as such, but I don't know if we can hazard a guess as to maker other than saying one of 50-100 companies in Northern Bohemia around Novy Bor (Haida in German).
  42. I must say I thought Welz, but felt the same as you about the foot. Ask the judges!
  43. It looks like it has a silvery-black almost metallic iridescence?
  44. I admit that the "DL" on the first vase is less distinct than the second, hence a comparison.
  45. I would have a stab at a few IDs on these, but I know that's not the point! Great reasoning as ever.
  46. @Rose - there are Victorian and prior marks which can include the monarch's head.
  47. There is a date letter mark "m" for 1907. :-D
  48. I must remember that for Scrabble!! I must say, I hadn't looked into it, but suspect that some of the regional silversmiths had London branches. I didn't think more of it. I agree, that my favoured...
  49. I have a number of JH Worrall Son & Co London hallmarked vases. I don't think they are the sorts of vases or maker that anyone in their right mind would try to fake. I could try one of the London gu...
  50. Www.silvercollection.it is my main resource for hallmarks. I get you that the "m" doesn't show up too well but it does with a loupe. The makers mark is rubbed but likely to be JH Worrall Son & Co Ltd.
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