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I collect Bohemian glass from all periods from Historicism through Art Deco. Main interests are Loetz, Kralik, Rindskopf and Harrach, but there are so many more thatI collect Bohemian glass from all periods from Historicism through Art Deco. Main interests are Loetz, Kralik, Rindskopf and Harrach, but there are so many more that deserve our attention! I also enjoy research and love a good glass mystery. I collaborate with an international group of collectors and have great fun doing it! (Read more)


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Early Loetz Orange Opal Vase, st PN II-1907, DEK IV/202, ca. 1890s - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz (attrib) Creta Glatt mit tropfen vase, PN number, production date unknown - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Braun Silberiris Vase, ca. 1902, PN unknown - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Persian Rose water Sprinkler, Heliotrop mit dunkelblau und Silber, ca. 1900 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Marie Kirschner Loetz "kristall schief gewalzt hell Iris" vase, PN 1090/193, ca. 1905-1908 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Maron Verlaufend DEK I/291, PN Unknown, ca. 1902 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Enameled Titania Grün Genre 2534, PN II-47, ca. 1905 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Charles Lotton Selenium Red Mottled Cypriot Vase with Gold Luster Lava decoration, 1978 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Braun Silberiris Bowl, DEK 455, st PN II-1052, ca. 1903 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz enameled vase, Opal with Black, DEK unknown, PN III-355/10", ca. 1920 - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. Very nice, Rick -we were there, too - sorry our paths didn't cross :)
  2. Kerry, my wife claims all the blue ones - they are her favorites also.
  3. Do a Google image search on "burnt orange" - that's what it looks like to me.
  4. I met him at the Baltimore Summer show - great guy.
  5. Jeff, I picked it up in Baltimore, but I've been actually paying on it for a while. :)
  6. Michelle, I'm not real good on the technical stuff, but it seems to me like there would have been a resist, exposure to vapors, then filling in fine details with decorator's ink, then perhaps a anothe...
  7. The mark and label on the bottom tells the story - Poschinger, made in Germany. Fairly recent production.
  8. Really? I would love to see that one, Brian... Is there a link to it?
  9. Nice size and shape - good grab!
  10. Tony is right - it is Poschinger, designed by Karl Schmoll von Eisenwerth, ca. 1900-1905 Reference Karl Schmoll von Eisenwerth - Malerei/Graphik/Glaskunst, by Clementine Schack von Wittenau (publis...
  11. Definitely A. 165 - Production number is III-341, ca. 1914 - great piece!
  12. Michelle, I think that is absolutely the case. I'm sure you'll get the next one :)
  13. Glad it continues to be in good hands, Al!
  14. The size is right for the drawing... I think you're right. II/709.
  15. Haven't seen that shape before - love it
  16. Thanks, guys
  17. Steve, I think Corinth is something else... I just can't prove it yet :)
  18. My Violetta is the same way (with optic ribs)
  19. I guess technically, this would also qualify as "optisch". :)
  20. Love it, Dave, especially with the little wing attachments :) Congrats on a really nice find
  21. I notice I had a few nasty typos myself... sucks getting older
  22. Without diving into the hellmarmor vs onyx question - to make matters more cloudy, on one of the paper pattern for Series I- (PN I-700), it is clearly written on the drawing "hellonyx" Truitt menti...
  23. It's a little large for that, Al (3" X 3") - but it's small for a drinking vessel also - I wonder if it couldn't have been some sort of tasting cup?
  24. Eickholt Glass Studios
  25. Beautifully shot, Mac - the lighting on these is perfect!
  26. What's not to love? Great example, Frank!
  27. Great find, Rick - love everything about it. :)
  28. Well done! Congratulations on a terrific find!
  29. Nice, Al - you might have had competition if I didn't already have a glut of candia silberiris. I believe it is PN II-800 with the addition of the three handles.
  30. Not Loetz Melusin, but a beautiful blue vase nonetheless.
  31. Agreed, Frank - it's like a really interesting side hobby :) Don't worry - still lots of cool Loetz on the horizon :) And maybe a non-glass surprise or two.
  32. Craig, PK and Rindskopf were practically neighbors in the Teplitz area, so it's no surprise that there may have been sharing of resources so that orders could be filled. This could include molds as we...
  33. I am still of the opinion that this is a Rindskopf piece, and I would add that if you are looking for shape comparison, the shape is much more Rindskopf than anything PK would ever do. The shape of bo...
  34. I would agree with Rindskopf. Alan, if I might suggest - photographing a colored piece like this against a white background would show a better representation of the colors, which get lost in the blac...
  35. Thanks, Dave - I've had my eye on it for a while - seeing it in person sealed it for me.
  36. I sent you a photo, Al
  37. Thanks for researching and weighing in
  38. Thanks, Deb. It's nice to have something else to keep an eye out for when the Loetz bargains run dry. :)
  39. For sure there is disagreement among some over Dr. Zelasko's findings. In the Heckert book, there is no line drawing that matches these shapes - it appears she is attempting to link the vases to Hecke...
  40. Without documentation, anything is possible, but I think it's more likely that the pink pitcher on your other post is also (possibly) early Loetz. Of the three others you posted there, I would say tha...
  41. Thanks, Marty -it's certainly possible.
  42. Hi - if you would like to email photos of your piece, I would be happy to take a look. Send to Thanks
  43. Well, in fairness I should say that my interest in this artist's work is rather new. I haven't been waiting 40 years to find one - but it did take 40 years after it was made for me to discover it! The...
  44. Nice buy - the mandarin yellow color really pops!
  45. The inkwell is home at last! Very, very nice
  46. Fantastic piece - great size. I have a tiny one that is damaged. Love this one
  47. mtb, thanks so much for the information - very much appreciated!
  48. Great example - never seen that shape before
  49. I think what this shows is that there was a separate series designation for these floral type enameled decorations from the early 1890s that is different from the later "pastry bag" type decorations.
  50. Sean - sorry, I have no idea where they might have been made.
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 Snapphane Glasbruk 98" Swedish Lavender Art Glass Vase Signed Rindskopf Purple Iridized Marble Swirl Cabinet Vase Nouveau Kralik Tri Claw Ruffed Rim Green/White Opalescent Iridescent Vase Wood Shoes Form early 1900 THE GILDED MAIDEN: A CZECH GLASS MYSTERY. CZECH GLASS BARREL SETS Kralik 1930's imported glassware STEUBEN VERRE DE SOIE VASE OFF THE BEATEN PATH: LEERDAM FIGURINES Emanuel Beranek, 1958, pattern 5869 for Skrdlovice Loetz Bronce Glatt c. 1900 DECO CZECH TANGO: FUN WITH COLOR DURAND GOLD IRIDESCENT VASE  c. 1925


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