VioletOrange

Ohio

I started collecting art glass and art pottery in my early twenties - a long time ago. Never could stay focused on anything in particular. Currently my collections iI started collecting art glass and art pottery in my early twenties - a long time ago. Never could stay focused on anything in particular. Currently my collections include some Loetz and other Bohemian glass, Imperial Art Glass from 1923-26, French ceramics from the late 19th Century through 1930 or so, German "Fat Lava", German post WWII studio ceramics, some mid-2oth Century American pots (Scheier, Beatrice Wood, Wildenhain/s, etc), Taxile Doat, George Ohr, Patrick Nordstrom, Libbey Glass, Ohio Potteries, Fulper, etc, etc. I believe I have a "good eye" but I am not an expert in most of what I collect. My thinking is to share pictures from my collection and relate whatever I do know about the objects - with the hope that, from time to time, other more knowledgeable collectors can add to the "conversation". (Read more)

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Hadeland Glassworks - Norwegian Art Glass - Torvald K. Moseid - Art Glassin Art Glass
Tango Glass - Kralik, Loetz, Welz - Art Glassin Art Glass
Bruce Eppelsheimer (1915-1989) - American Studio Potter - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Libbey-Nash Tumbler by Libbey Glass Co. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Objects with a Far Eastern Flair - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Studio Stoneware Vase - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
More Bohemian Trophy / Posy Vases - Art Glassin Art Glass
Some Bohemian Trophy / Posy Vases - Art Glassin Art Glass
Group of Four Art Nouveau Victorian Vases - All Harrach I Believe - Art Glassin Art Glass
Moser and Harrach Art Nouveau Victorian Vases - Art Glassin Art Glass

Comments

  1. Hi, Yes the colors look like my example. I wouldn't be surprised if this were Czech/Bohemian. Ernie
  2. Really interesting & informative
  3. Really nice - reminds me of some "fat lava" pieces
  4. Thank you yesterdayglass - This is the only tri color piece I have.
  5. Really special
  6. Thanks Cpomedx
  7. Hi Charlie, my best to you & Leah. It could be a match. Mine appears to have three layers: inner is brick red, next there is white mixed with clear I think and then an outer clear casing
  8. Really special
  9. EXTRAORDINARY
  10. Thanks for the info on the basket Alfredo
  11. Thanks Alfredo
  12. Thank you "Triple A"
  13. Beautiful
  14. Congratuations on this significant milestone - not just quantity but 500 quality posts.
  15. Thanks so much, Phil
  16. Thanks ho2cultcha
  17. Thanks very much Leah, hope everything is going well.
  18. I have a 150 piece "fat lava" collection. These would fit in well, imho
  19. thank you yesterdayglass
  20. Just very special
  21. Thanks again Penny, I appreciate your comments very much
  22. Thanks Penny - I'm now using this photo as my computer background
  23. Great choice on the shade
  24. Thanks Phil, I love the design too
  25. Probably not common but I don't know about rare. It is a numbered design (586) so some were made, not unique - not sure how many. I also don't know if these were made for export or if this one someho...
  26. Thanks vetraio50, Moseid also did sandblasted church windows and embroidered work: http://scanpix.no/spWebApp/preview.action?search.tabId=editorial&search.refPtrs=sp1de611
  27. Thanks nutsabotas6
  28. Is the handle wood or glass? Great match, particularly if wood.
  29. Everything BEAUTIFUL - glass, flowers, and the settings
  30. Like the glass, LOVE the label
  31. Thanks Marty
  32. I too THOUGHT I knew what Tango was, until I also saw the photos from the Exhibition. Now I am completely confused. At this point my "new definition" is the old definition PLUS all the stuff in the Ex...
  33. Thanks Penny
  34. Anne, LOL
  35. Anne, How clever, imaginative and nice, thanks Ernie
  36. Thanks Tom
  37. Thanks Phil & Michelle
  38. Thanks guys
  39. VERY nice
  40. Yes it could be a detail from an abstract or impressionist painting
  41. Yes, got it on eBay - http://www.ebay.com/itm/201078455578?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649 The colors & the appearance of movement of the glaze made this one special for me. ...
  42. Hi Phil, I'm thinking the prunts might have Neodymium in the glass formulation.
  43. Thanks Lee
  44. Thanks Penny - without the colorful prunts it's a dishwasher safe drinking glass!
  45. Thanks folks - I've never seen this particular color change before.
  46. Thanks so much Penny
  47. Hi solver, Thanks so much for your time & input. I am very familiar with the work of Adelaide Alsop Robineau and owned a vase by her in the distant past (sold it to Dave Rago). I'm sure it is not h...
  48. Antiquerose - thanks for the input. I'll contact them to see.
  49. Thanks everybody
  50. Thanks Elizabethen & Vetraio50
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