bohemianglassandmore

Washington, DC

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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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Loetz "Streifenmartelé" Vase, makart verlaufend, PN unknown, ca. 1890s - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Saatgrün Ausführung 129 miniature, PN II-2252, ca. 1905-1909 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Ausführung 131 vase, PN II-5918, Opalviolett Ciselé, ca. 1908 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz covered jar, Korallrot mit Opal, PN III-2295, ca. 1925, with original paper label - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Silberiris "Marquetry" style vase, Decor unknown, stPN II-1585, ca. 1904 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Serpent-wrapped vase in Candia with Cobalt, PN II-6234, ca. 1908 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Citrongelb Ausführung 224 vase, PN III-1121, ca. 1920 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Glasfabrik Schliersee "Kröselndekor" enameled vase, Prod. Nr. 325, ca. 1901-1905 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Controlled Bubble Shell vase with Kaiserrot applied leaves and base, ca. 1935 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf (attrib) Martelé  vase with applied vines, ca. 1900 - Art Glassin Art Glass

Comments

  1. Deb, I thought we had agreed that "glatt" referred to nothing more than a smooth surface. At any rate, this piece is a shiny and glossy as anything else on the Ausf. 129 page, and shinier than any oth...
  2. Love this one, Al - my favorite of the bunch
  3. Deb, I will certainly try. :)
  4. aka if Momma ain't happy, ain't nobody happy
  5. OK, sweetheart - you have dibs. (my wife, folks) :)
  6. Thanks, guys - this one was a real thrill to find.
  7. Mac, it is a colorless outer layer over an opaque yellow ground. The depth of color and iridescence are what set it apart. I would not call it MOP or air trap - it's pure tango.
  8. It's a sweet little vase - you're welcome- I would also like to say to those tuning in that trading can be a good way to freshen up the collection without spending a lot of money :)
  9. Yes indeed, Tony - that one is PN 330, on the same page.
  10. That's what I love about posting here, Kevin - learning from others, and sharing what I've learned. :)
  11. Teplitz turned out some amazing furnace decorated glass! Nice group of inkwells!
  12. I wish - saw the DEK 439 and knew somehow it would wind up here. I thought of your 7993 immediately. They were doing some cool stuff with shapes right about then.
  13. Great piece, Marty - has it all... thanks for bringing it out of the shadows :)
  14. I lean towards Legras on this one, Marty
  15. One of the best of its kind - nice pickup :)
  16. Deb, I sure did notice both things. Series II has the right descriptions, but the wrong photo. I am also curious about Orchis. I have started doing some preliminary searching, but nothing yet.
  17. You've been busy :)
  18. Same to you, Kevin!
  19. Thanks, Penny :)
  20. Absolutely beautiful!
  21. Could be, Marty - or it could be just bad penmanship! :) Thanks for the comments, racer4 - it means a lot - as hard as I try, mistakes are sometimes made - the key is to stick to the formula - I a...
  22. Frank, the shape is similar (or equal to) PN II-514, ca. 1900. The pattern doesn't list this decor, but it's not unheard of for the drawing not to include all of the decors a shape came in, particular...
  23. Of course you know how I feel about it :) Love this vase.
  24. I'm picking up a Harrach vibe
  25. Eye heart this
  26. It looks like the stoppers evolved a little over the five or so years - from somewhat flatter in 1924 to fully round by 1927?
  27. Jerome Massier Fils - I sent you a link to check out
  28. shareurpassion, I will say that I am happy to finally have it safely behind glass doors. :)
  29. Thanks, Jeff - there is also a set currently listed on 1st Dibs. Such cool stuff!
  30. Thanks for the info, Ian - I'm kind of lost in the area of heraldy :)
  31. Add Josephinenhütte to the list of curled foot aficionados.
  32. Worth the price, no matter who made it :)
  33. Frank, the PN is II-4365, ca. 1908
  34. Neither one would surprise me.
  35. Brian, I did, but this exact decor and shape are both in the Riedel case in Passau, according to Alisa's photos
  36. The white flake are called "Schneeflocken" in German (snowflakes) :) Nice piece.
  37. I think those pieces with the embossed thorn pattern are German, so Poschinger may not be far off.
  38. Hello, Lisa- just so we're crystal clear on this - I never said, nor implied, that Lee's vase was the same shape (or decor) as mine (nor did she). It clearly is not. This is Lee's posting, and I do...
  39. I posted that article two years ago, and it does have a typo- I meant fourth piece from the left (JH), and I have done a fair bit of research in the two years since I posted. The pink and blue are gen...
  40. Wow - that one has it all, Brian - fantastic piece!
  41. Production Number III-1108, ca. 1920. The color is Mandarin
  42. Google "Smith's Old Timer" glass
  43. I was wondering if Changeant and Cameleon aren't actually kind of the same thing.
  44. Nice bit of research, Volkmar - thanks for posting!
  45. One of my favorite Kralik deco era decors. Nice to have a pair!
  46. My understanding of this type of glass is that the blanks were acquired from a variety of widely available commercial sources and decorated in this manner. So the shape alone may not tie it down to a ...
  47. Thanks - not vaseline - just crystal and green glass - non-UV reactive.
  48. If you search for Israeli Art Glass on eBay, you will find several similar types, some with labels. Similarly decorated art glass is being made even today by Rueven Art Glass (an American company), bu...
  49. This is not Bohemian - it was most likely made in Israel, ca. 1980s.
  50. Love the blue color
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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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