Brighton, UK

Bohemian glass 1890-1940 - especially Czech multi-coloured tango, at the moment, although I am learning - and, I hope, developing - all the time. I am a professionaBohemian glass 1890-1940 - especially Czech multi-coloured tango, at the moment, although 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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Bases of barber bottles - Art Glassin Art Glass
Ribbed and twisted green iridescent vase with ground pontil - Art Glassin Art Glass
Pink enamelled spatter - Art Glassin Art Glass
Art Nouveau barber bottle vases - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech Art Deco export vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Pair of green Rindskopf vases - Art Glassin Art Glass
Web tango urn - Art Glassin Art Glass
Zigzag / wave urn ??Ruckl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Egyptian fever glass box with brass - Art Glassin Art Glass
Bohemian Art Nouveau (?) floriform - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/120085-bases-of-barber-bottles Thanks for the comments and information.
  2. Yum! I love this as ever with your glass.
  3. :-) Thanks - a pink fan like me?
  4. Nice links. Thanks.
  5. Stunning.
  6. Thanks, Jags, great posts as ever... *Jealous*
  7. It reminds me more of this shape - exactly the same height and width as yours with a 2 3/4 inch base and 2 5/8 inch rim. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/110325-tiger-wave-tango-pair (Which w...
  8. Thank you, Czechman. I appreciate it.
  9. Thanks, Jags, your advice is appreciated - Welz was only my best guess but I think you are the one on here for these decors.
  10. Only one of each? :-)
  11. Wow, so this could be the start of a large collection, then?! (I think I will stop here on these). Thanks for the information - I am just waiting for my West Virginia monographs. I think they will ...
  12. I appreciate your comments in a contentious issue. I suppose I am confused by the "cross-over" and can see elements of both in this. Thank you kindly for the thoughts. I am reminded of the catalogu...
  13. Thanks, Leah. Appreciate the thoughts.
  14. Here is another one from Germany with similar but different applied decoration: http://www.ebay.de/itm/RAR-Millefiori-Art-Glas-Vase-Blumenvase-farbige-Einschmelzung-evtl-Murano-60erJ-/121312293609?pt...
  15. The waisting seems to cry out for it.
  16. Do you think it would have had a collar or some other metalwork?
  17. I notice MacArt posted about a similar millefiore vase being modern (1970s) Joska, but any ideas welcome.
  18. Keep me posted, EZa. Thanks.
  19. Great link, thanks.
  20. Thanks for your comments as ever.
  21. I would like to add Kralik-like base but that may be tempting fate! :-)
  22. Rindskopf (or Kralik?)...???
  23. A true compliment, Jags.
  24. I would love to know more about it, Leah.
  25. I should add, I have been collecting for a year - hence the comment above, and more to do with how I am feeling about identifying things at the moment, in case you wondered.
  26. If you have any tango floriforms... :-)
  27. Although I am leaning towards Kralik for 3 owing to the flower-like rim.
  28. Haha! This could be the first year exam! I don't know but I am *feeling* Harrach, Rindskopf, unknown, Kralik. Remember, I am a newbie.
  29. Harrach for both of these? R&D Truitt "Collectible Bohemian Glass 1880-1940" page 63 (bottom corner). I didn't see the blues before - in a different shape.
  30. Thanks, Jags. I love your posts.
  31. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm!
  32. I am not sure it is quite the same shape but I hope for advice and think it similar/almost exactly the same!
  33. http://www.silvercollection.it/englishsilvermarksXJDUE2.html http://www.silvermakersmarks.co.uk/Makers/Birmingham-JH-JM.html JHW SON & CO LtD - John H Worrall - seems to be a good fit. (Althoug...
  34. Michelle - I think they are the same, but unfortunately not as identifiable as others. A mystery for the moment (maybe I will ask a silver aficionado).
  35. Thanks, Michelle, I must have missed that one as I had a look through that site - appreciated.
  36. Look at www.kralik-glass.com - I think this is there.
  37. Thanks, Michelle.
  38. Thanks for the links, and comments, Michelle and Inky.
  39. Another WOW!
  40. I am not getting too heady until Craig, Alfredo, Leah &c comment!! ;-)
  41. Alfredo, I was being provocative in posting these together. I am interested in how the spatters are *somewhat* similar. I noted you had one of the tall JIPs on your website. I was almost going to e...
  42. Thanks. :0)
  43. Thank you for the décor ID, Alfredo. I appreciate it.
  44. Thanks for the comment, Alfredo. I am a great fan of your website.
  45. Thank you for the ID, Alfredo.
  46. Thank you for posting the links, Alfredo.
  47. Now triplets. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/117888-spring-into-glass?in=442#comment-514686
  48. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/117888-spring-into-glass?in=442#comment-514686
  49. Maybe one will turn up with an identifiable decor. What do you think of its age, Leah? 1910-1920? Earlier/later? Ian
  50. I love your posts, Jags.
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