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incomplete Welz translucent lines bomboniere - Art Glassin Art Glass
one iridescent vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Murano caines perfume - Art Glassin Art Glass
Erwin Eisch from 1978 - Art Glassin Art Glass
oxblood-mint Welz - Art Glassin Art Glass
lampwork lady by unknown artist - Art Glassin Art Glass
filigree mystery piece - Art Glassin Art Glass
Erwin Eisch 1979  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Licio Zanetti "Fasce" fish - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz/Harrach 3. I/440. - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. nice piece! just a question while we are on subject of Hellmarmor, is there a definitive way of discerning Hellmarmor from Onyx? from pieces that I saw the variation in decor exceeds the difference...
  2. great pair! the way they would do the design on these vases is, they would print a stencil on a vase which would be the base of the design and then artist would enamel the final design free hand so...
  3. I'm glad I could help! took a look at Your collection, some impressive stuff, keep on!
  4. amazing piece! couple of notes, "pasta glass" or glass paste or "pate de verre" is made using different method, it's produced in molds so in a sense it's highest grade of pressed glass, and this f...
  5. Hey friends Thank You for loves and comments! Yes sklo42 that is big part what attracted me to it, on Welz pieces with feet you usually see hairpin type legs or "starpoint" legs ( I can not think o...
  6. just look at it... I think we have something in common http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/65649-harrach-fish-vase?in=user
  7. something exceptional!
  8. I just posted mine, it's not exactly the same but close, take a look
  9. wow, this looks almost too good to be true, great find!
  10. it is Welz! would You mind stating the size of the box? in a couple of hours I'll post an item which is same/very close in more recognizable Welz decor.
  11. Hi Jagsrock95! sure I do
  12. great piece! I vote Kralik too, looks like the mold is related with one for this http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/107894-kralik-vase-with-prunts
  13. wow, this is something special!
  14. nice one! look at mine http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/63618-tango-fruit-bowl I think they might be related...
  15. nice pair! the technique is Venetian, but material makes me think it's studio work, so it could be from anywhere
  16. My guess it's Schlevogt perfume, it probably misses beautiful stopper.
  17. ashtray pair?
  18. sommerso and incalmo in one piece, really really nice! I see anything but simplicity there, maybe I just didn't get Your point :D
  19. hey I hope I did not cause You much of a disappointment, did I? It's still pretty piece of glass and not having great monetary value You can enjoy using it more...
  20. it is next to impossible to identify this kind of art glass piece. it is not a blown it is fused glass, and as such the threshold of making piece like it is quite low (one electric furnace could be ac...
  21. can not judge on color too well from pictures, but could be Seguso Alabastro
  22. oh wow... this is the Murano dream piece... absolutely mindblowing. congrats!
  23. the epic Aalto, great items, congrats!
  24. If I see it right then the handle is not black, its dark green in clear glass, so it's more like it's made to resemble Tango glass but most likely it isn't. Interesting piece, have no idea who made it.
  25. I agree, looks Scandinavian, there are some Murano series similar to this too (like http://www.design-and-arts.com/ebay/auk_2014_05/96625_01.jpg) but to me this looks more Scandinavian.
  26. Thank You Cogito for comment and suggestion! At this moment I am grateful for all the opinions! And thank You all glass loving friends for loves! O.K. so obviously I'm clueless about what it is,...
  27. I love ironwork even more than glass on this one, beautiful piece!
  28. Walter did pate de verre, and this is pressed so it's quite safe to assume it's not that.
  29. looks like some kind of hippie glass under UV, very attractive
  30. great find, these are very collectable and a joy to look at
  31. beautiful piece! could You please some time post a picture of surface texture, at first glance before I read the description I had an impression that it's acid treated because of how low gloss it is.
  32. beautiful piece! I think it's Kralik.
  33. beautiful piece and it's a pity that seller did not do what he was supposed to. I don't know why but sometimes even sellers with years of experience make dumbest mistakes. I started to give specific p...
  34. Thank You friends for all the loves and comments!
  35. I want to believe it's Welz, lower part looks a bit more angular than usual, probably because of newer mold.
  36. Hi Vintagefran! I'm very glad that my post helped you to identify something you like! Art Glass is a wonderful hobby so more you browse more you recognize and more you find something undervalued to bu...
  37. can't find right adjective, but I like it a lot!
  38. great find, the rim is different approach for this rim http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/116304-loetz-harrach-3-i-440 only in opposite directions, tweezers go out and rim pushed in.
  39. wow, this probably is as good as Muller gets, congrats!
  40. they are so rare as individual pieces, you must be extremely lucky to find a pair. And condition looks beautiful too, congrats to new owner.
  41. I believe it's Welz, nice one too. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/123104-welz-stripes-and-spots-candy-powder-dish-a
  42. I believe these went out in limited numbers (not too small runs, like 5000 I think, but still limited) and with numbered certificates.
  43. thank You friends for all the comments and loves! Michelleboo7 look at Jagsrocks gallery he has a bunch of caramel-oxblood examples, I can not recall other color combos at moment, if they exist the...
  44. thank You friends for all the comments and loves !
  45. looks like something inspired by Erik Hoglund, he has similar design ashtrays, but I don't recognize that image.
  46. You are right, I can not read anything too... the remaining part is in gold or am I imagining? I just wanted to get a little closer to resolve a mystery of mine Bohemian Victorian satin piece... ( ht...
  47. Thank You for reply! if You have a picture of the bottom I think nobody would mind if You shared it.
  48. thank You my friends for all the comments and loves! Unfortunately no signatures or labels. Detail is exactly what attracted me to it, the body looks so anatomically correct, shoulders, arms, legs ...
  49. these are so amazing!
  50. great piece! I think there is a possibility that it is made in France too, those flowers look like something Legras would do.
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