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  1. Here is the same one in green. http://artglasscollector.blogspot.ca/
  2. Didn't Kralik make this piece?
  3. Thanks to all for checking in.
  4. For a close-up of the posy bowl you can look here: http://artglasscollector.blogspot.ca/
  5. Thanks all. Yes, the posy bowl has uranium in it - you can see in this pic just how reactive it is to the little bit of sunlight coming through the blinds.
  6. Thanks for looking. Michelle - the piece in the foreground is an unidentified piece. I think the decor is similar to the piece Craig posted - zipper or zig-zag decor. Perhaps Welz? The piece in the ...
  7. Craig, I think I showed this piece to you when I bought it awhile back - similar decor. Is Welz a possibility? Link: http://artglasscollector.blogspot.ca/
  8. I have always assumed these to be Kralik from their Deco Era. I have 2 you can see here: http://artglasscollector.blogspot.ca/
  9. ...again, nice pics! Well done.
  10. Which piece are you referring to?
  11. I appreciate your comments.
  12. Well done you - great info and beautiful photography.
  13. Thank you and Happy New Year - I hope its warm where you are because it sure isn't here!!!!
  14. I have been admiring the Glue Chip pieces you have posted recently - a favorite of mine as well. The third piece you show in this line-up is mine (piece and pic). I really like that piece too.
  15. I say Rindskopf.
  16. Check this link: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/25502-kralik
  17. Take a look at this old post of mine : http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/85592-rindskopf My guess on both is Rindskopf.
  18. I think it is a neat looking piece too - enjoy!
  19. Warren, I had that piece on my watch list thinking it might be WMF. There a piece in the WMF Ikora/Myra book, page 61, plate 20 that had me thinking in that direction. What do you think?
  20. Looks like Kralik Martele to me.
  21. Do you think the red and green is significant meaning country of origin?
  22. There are some pieces of glass that make you wonder, just for a moment, would I pick the glass or would I pick my life partner to save from a house fire? :) What a beauty!
  23. Great colours!
  24. Leave them wanting more somebody once said. Well, we want to see more!! Nice"stuff", you have there my dear. Really nice.
  25. I like this shape.
  26. Perhaps Loetz Rose Papillon - this is a guess.
  27. Nice collection indeed. Can we see a wide shot of your display? I know we did this a while ago but I would love to see how others display their glass.
  28. I am quite taken with WMF Myra glass and the unique pieces shown in WMF IKORA AND MYRA GLASS by Carlo Burschel | Heinz Scheiffele. Post-war Ikora pieces not so much but that could always change. Thank...
  29. Good job Inky. I was curious about this piece too.
  30. I pretty sure I saw a fan vase in this decor. The price was a little to dear for me. Nice one Al.
  31. Nice one Gary!
  32. If I said this was Honey Comb Panel 2 years ago and I may have, I was wrong. It's Martele
  33. I know from experience it can be difficult to hear that the attribution you were hoping it would be turns out to be something else. That is how it goes with glass collecting sometimes. The lesson -...
  34. Gary posted one a while back: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/74606-kralik-iridescent-art-glass-vase-uncomm As did I: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/79997-i-think-it-might-be-krali...
  35. I don't know if this is the official name but Maze decor has been attached to this decor also Brain decor (I think) and FYI it is not a given that this was made by Kralik.
  36. Rebecca - I can't answer your questions but here are three links that may help. You probably came across them already but in case you didn't: http://www.glassencyclopedia.com/Sabinoglass.html ht...
  37. These are stunning pieces. The third from left is my favorite. I remember when one came up on eBay a while back. I wish I had been more aggressive in the bidding war :)
  38. Michelle did you see this post I did a while back? It has a number of members personal sites that may help in your research. And its just handy to have regardless. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/sto...
  39. Rindskopf would not be my first guess - it does however remind me of a Kralik piece that was up here recently.
  40. If it were my piece I would take many shots - the lid, the bottom, inside the piece...enough to give one a feel for the piece.
  41. What about size, wear marks, picture of the bottom?
  42. Nice Marty.
  43. Is it marked Czechoslovakia? Details are helpful when asking for ID assistance: size, pic of bottom, any markings and or signs of age.
  44. One of my favorite decors.
  45. Great colours!
  46. I agree great colour. Now I am curious as to what distinguishes Harrach Tango from others? Have you been in touch with Brian, the author of the blog you posted the link to? He is very helpful.
  47. I understand the attraction - great piece.
  48. I didn't know Harrach did a Tango line but then again just about every Bohemian glass producer did so I guess they would have as well. Can you tell us more?
  49. Nice inky - its a great decor.
  50. Wow - stepping into the big leagues! Great piece of glass.
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Kralik Posy Vase