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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Large Enameled Legras Saint-Denis Vase with Anemones in 'Violetinne' Glass - Art Glassin Art Glass
Massive Harrach Enameled Jack in the Pulpit Vase  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf 'Pepita' Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Legras Saint-Denis Enameled 'Japonais' Chrysanthemums Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik Opalescent Floriform Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf Iridescent Green Striated Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Oceanik 'Wellenoptisch' Vase, c. 1904 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik Opalescent Yellow-Green Punched Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Harrach Iris Glatt Crystal Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Bohemian Frosted Martele Bowl in Brass Mount - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. inky, thank you, and an extra thank you :) to you!
  2. inky, thanks so much! :)
  3. I agree with Ian - now your hunt for the pedestal is on! ;)
  4. Wow! What an amazing jar! I love the dog's head - I have never seen anything like it before. It definitely appears to be Welz to me, based on the decor and shape. And again - wow, that dog is just too...
  5. Beautiful, inky! I love how delicate the opalescence makes them feel - so very, very pretty!!
  6. What a beauty, Marty - I just love these bird vases!!
  7. ...and I meant to also say - whoever made it, it is real beauty!
  8. Interesting to know about the base wear...let me look into this more! :)
  9. I agree with Alan and Mac...I am thinking modern, too.
  10. What a beautiful set - picture number three makes me hope you host an elegant tea party just to show them off and use them one day! :)
  11. Great vase, Ian! I have a similar one, but without the textured finish - I have never seen one like yours before - very nice!
  12. Sklo, kivatinitz and Alan, thank you so much for your lovely comments! :)
  13. It is a lovely one, and looks great in your grouping, Craig.
  14. VioletOrange, thank you very much!
  15. Thanks kyratango, I am trying to be a better listener! :)
  16. Robin, thank you very much! :)
  17. Oh Mac, the colors of this little salt is goreogus. I love it!!
  18. Rick, thanks so much! I am glad you like it! :)
  19. Thanks Kevin! I need to find a good place to display this one! :)
  20. A link to Warren's JIP: http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/163151-harrach-chiffon-yellow-enameled-jack-in?in=user
  21. Ummm....I just don't see that on this one, sorry! :)
  22. Thank you so much, Alan; I am glad you like it! :)
  23. Thank you, Peggy - I like Pepita best on simple, smooth surfaces, too! :)
  24. Lee, no problem at all - I was just wondering! They all look beautiful together, regardless! :)
  25. Beautiful, Lee! I have often see the molded hyacinth vases (similar to yours on the left) attributed to Kralik; what made you feel they were Rindskopf? Just interested to know! :)
  26. Thank you, Lee! :)
  27. I love the picture of the three together - the delicate-looking clear glass work against those beautiful colors is lovely. Welz's work was just so varied - it continually amazes me!
  28. You know how much I love these, Lee! I have always wanted some in this color - just gorgeous! And a tall pair, too. So lovely, and Kralik is so sweet to pose with them for you! :)
  29. Alan, I am excited for you! That is great news about your Steuben, and I can't wait to see your newest piece when you post it! :)
  30. What beautiful pieces you have, Alan. And I mean all of them - your stunning Loetz in this post, your Rindskopfs, and your other lovelies. You have wonderful taste, and we all start the learning curve...
  31. Beautiful!! This vase is Bohemian, by Rindskopf, in their 'amethyst loop' decor. It dates to about 1905. What a lovely example - I am sure the Bohemian glass group on CW would enjoy seeing this one. W...
  32. This has to be one of the most cheerful vases I have seen - I love it!
  33. The flower is actually a Fuller's Teasel, Dipsacus fullonum (which is in the thistle family). It was widely grown in southern France, as well as England and Germany, and was traditionally used in the ...
  34. Beautiful! I love the color of the glass - so very elegant against the silver.
  35. Igor Muller is the artist, I believe (please someone correct me if I am wrong!) His work is found both signed and unsigned. Unfortunately some pieces have been found with fake Loetz signatures on them...
  36. cosaw, thanks so much! I am glad you like it. (And I also hope your electronics order ended up being okay!)
  37. Thank you, Rick! I am so glad you like it. :)
  38. smiata, thanks so much - I hope you have luck in finding more! :)
  39. Brian, I have been looking into getting a Legras book or two - can you recommend one that is highly regarded? I have been looking at "François Théodore LEGRAS Verrerie artistique et populaire français...
  40. Mac, I think it is dangerous, too! ;) I currently have three Legras...I came across them and started learning about them while hunting for Bohemian treasures...and now I search for them as well! :) On...
  41. sklo, Alan & Sean, thank you so much for your lovely comments; they are much appreciated!
  42. Thanks so much, Lee! :)
  43. So very serene. Lovely, Lee!
  44. Alan, thank you so much. But you have such a lovely glass collection in such a short amount time - you really have 'the eye' as they say! :)
  45. They are beautiful individually, Alan, and stunning together as a collection. Well done!
  46. Oh Lee - I just love this one. The colors are amazing - good for you!! :)
  47. nutsabotas6, thank you very much! It just crept up on me - I was quite surprised to have reached 100 already! :)
  48. Inky, you are right - I remember when you did a picture of a group of floriforms together, and it was great to see. I'll have to try to set one up! Thanks! :)
  49. Robin, thank you! :)
  50. Thank you!
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