Michelleb007

SF Peninsula (Belmont), California

I have been collecting Bohemian glass, mostly Kralik and Loetz, for over ten years. They are so intriguing and beautiful - it all started when I saw (and then purchaI have been collecting Bohemian glass, mostly Kralik and Loetz, for over ten years. They are so intriguing and beautiful - it all started when I saw (and then purchased) my first piece of Loetz - a beautiful little double gourd vase. I always love to learn more from others, and to share in the joy of our latest finds! (Read more)

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Rindskopf Pulled Feather Aventurine Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz 'Vertical Stripes' Pink Fan Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Moser Topaz Crackle Bowl with Seaweed - Art Glassin Art Glass
Moser Topaz Crackle Bowl with Nasturtiums - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf 'Molded Veining' Vase Examples - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf Iridescent Overshot Vase, Pink to Clear - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf Iridescent Honeycomb Rose Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Rainbow 'Decoupage' Footed Vase Pair - Art Glassin Art Glass
Large Harrach Basalt Hyalith Parrot Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf Iridescent Striated Quadricorn Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Thank you, Warren!
  2. Thank you very much, Peggy, Tomasz & Alan!
  3. Thanks so much, Craig! :)
  4. Thanks, Lee! :)
  5. I'd say for $14.99 that you got a great deal, Alan! ;)
  6. Alan, honestly, if I came across this one in person when I had first started collecting, I would have thought it was Kralik, too. This is really a notorious vase - I have seen it for sale for well ove...
  7. Rick and inky, thank you so much. I am very lucky to have this one, and it is quite different from my other 'Rindies' as my husband & I like call them! ;)
  8. Hi Alan, oooh - this is a tricky vase with a lot of history...a lot of people think it is an old piece, but it is actually a modern piece made for Teleflora - the number of times I have seen it for sa...
  9. Peggy, sure thing! I am always happy to help if I can. And you always post such lovely pieces, too! :)
  10. Hi Peggy, this is a style of enameling that was done by Goldberg; I have posted two examples on CW of examples with iris; I have seen carnations a few times, too, but not on such a large and nicely-sh...
  11. Great to know! I use my thumbnail to remove old paint spatters from vases without damaging the glass, too. (It is amazing to me how many old vases get little white spots of paint on them over the year...
  12. inky, it is gorgeous!! Your pictures really show it off - the colors are amazing! What a great addition to your wonderful collection! :)
  13. Thanks, Bob! I'll have to check it out in full sun - using a light on it didn't show any color, but a bright sunny day might make a difference! :)
  14. Ian, it is always so nice to be able to see a group of vases in the same form, but a different decor. Thank you!
  15. Oh Rick, I just saw this one - gorgeous! I really love Grenada - I only have one, but it is one of my favorites. And to find it in this fan form - wow!!
  16. Beautiful!! The collars are in such good condition, too. Just a lovely pair. :)
  17. A beauty, Lee!! :)
  18. Thank you, Budek!
  19. Wow, Ian! What amazing work! These collars sure do elevate the vases - they are just beautiful together. I love your creativity!
  20. Thank you, Moonhill!
  21. Thanks, inky! I am so glad you like it! :)
  22. Thanks, Scott! :)
  23. Thanks so much, Craig & Peggy! :)
  24. Thanks, antiquerose!
  25. It sure is! ;) I love the color, Lee!
  26. Lee, that is one amazing - and huge!! - vase! I think you said 15" tall?! Just wonderful.
  27. Inky, thank you!! :)
  28. Sklo42, violetorange, inky, racer4racer & Rick, thank you so much for your kind comments! :)
  29. Thank you, racer4racer & Rick! :)
  30. kivatinitz, thanks so much!
  31. Bee & kivatinitz, thanks so much!
  32. Thank you, Craig!
  33. What a beautiful pair!!! Just stunning.
  34. Thanks so much, Rick!
  35. inky, I still can't get over the fact that you have a vase with little cherubs engraving glass vases - a glass decorator was having a lot of fun depicting work within the glass industry one day! I bet...
  36. Thanks Peggy, Penny & Lee! I will definitely show it again with a crocus blooming! I did hyacinths this year, so it will be a fun change for next fall. :)
  37. Thanks, Frank! Wow, what an interesting vase - this one has be stumped, too. I really want to know who made this one!
  38. As someone in the design profession, I think that line drawings can be a terrific way to accurately review proportion and shape, without color and other visual information distracting from the essenti...
  39. Hi there, Pretty decor! Is the rim cut and ground, or is it fire polished? Thanks!
  40. Thank you, Kyle! :)
  41. Thank you, Peggy - I am lucky to have found it! (It was oddly described as 'Boston Sandwich glass') :)
  42. Thanks so much, Bee, antiquerose & Rick! :)
  43. I am sure she would! :)
  44. Thank you, Lee - I know pink is your color! ;)
  45. inky, thanks so much! I love the colors in this one! :)
  46. Peggy, this one is stunning. I think you know I love Rindskopf, and this is a great shape with really nice coloring. The molded pattern is also a bit more unusual, and I love these pieces the most. :)
  47. Well, I wasn't there in person, as I live in California, so I was able to put in an online bid, luckily! I am so glad more and more places are doing that now. :)
  48. Hi there, yes, I did! How did you know?
  49. Beautiful, Lee! Congratulations!!
  50. Thank you, Brian!
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