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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Kent Forrest Ipsen art glass vase, Christmas 1972 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Papillon Vase, Cobalt spreading to Candia, ca. 1936 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Charles Lotton vase with orange"Multi Flora" design in light blue opal, 1976 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Cameo Dresser Box, signed "VELES", PN III-599, ca. 1920 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Victorian Era Loetz (attrib) ribbed vases, ca 1890 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Lundberg Studios Blue Luster Glass Vase, 1994 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz "Rüschen mit kugel optisch am Boden", Candia Silberiris, PN II-1350, ca. 1904 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Charles Lotton Mandarin Red Glass Vase with Blue Luster Pulled Feather Design, 1981 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Ausführung 131 vase, PN II-5897, Opalviolett Ciselé, ca. 1908 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Josephine Glassworks Cut Indigo Crystal Vase w/Silver Decoration, Sigfried Haertel design, PN 1727, ca. 1942 - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Hi - if you would like to email photos of your piece, I would be happy to take a look. Send to wgallejr@comcast.net Thanks
  2. 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...
  3. Nice buy - the mandarin yellow color really pops!
  4. The inkwell is home at last! Very, very nice
  5. Fantastic piece - great size. I have a tiny one that is damaged. Love this one
  6. mtb, thanks so much for the information - very much appreciated!
  7. Great example - never seen that shape before
  8. 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.
  9. Sean - sorry, I have no idea where they might have been made.
  10. Sean, I have one too - not Kralik - modern, I think. Mine arrived smelling like perfume.
  11. Thanks, Rick - it was a bad photo special - the design of the silver galvanized decoration drew me to it and made me think it was probably better than it appeared in the auction photos - and it is :)
  12. Love the way the design fits onto this shape
  13. 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...
  14. Love this one, Al - my favorite of the bunch
  15. Deb, I will certainly try. :)
  16. aka if Momma ain't happy, ain't nobody happy
  17. OK, sweetheart - you have dibs. (my wife, folks) :)
  18. Thanks, guys - this one was a real thrill to find.
  19. 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.
  20. 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 :)
  21. Yes indeed, Tony - that one is PN 330, on the same page.
  22. That's what I love about posting here, Kevin - learning from others, and sharing what I've learned. :)
  23. Teplitz turned out some amazing furnace decorated glass! Nice group of inkwells!
  24. 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.
  25. Great piece, Marty - has it all... thanks for bringing it out of the shadows :)
  26. I lean towards Legras on this one, Marty
  27. One of the best of its kind - nice pickup :)
  28. 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.
  29. You've been busy :)
  30. Same to you, Kevin!
  31. Thanks, Penny :)
  32. Absolutely beautiful!
  33. 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...
  34. 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...
  35. Of course you know how I feel about it :) Love this vase.
  36. I'm picking up a Harrach vibe
  37. Eye heart this
  38. It looks like the stoppers evolved a little over the five or so years - from somewhat flatter in 1924 to fully round by 1927?
  39. Jerome Massier Fils - I sent you a link to check out
  40. shareurpassion, I will say that I am happy to finally have it safely behind glass doors. :)
  41. Thanks, Jeff - there is also a set currently listed on 1st Dibs. Such cool stuff!
  42. Thanks for the info, Ian - I'm kind of lost in the area of heraldy :)
  43. Add Josephinenhütte to the list of curled foot aficionados.
  44. Worth the price, no matter who made it :)
  45. Frank, the PN is II-4365, ca. 1908
  46. Neither one would surprise me.
  47. Brian, I did, but this exact decor and shape are both in the Riedel case in Passau, according to Alisa's photos
  48. The white flake are called "Schneeflocken" in German (snowflakes) :) Nice piece.
  49. I think those pieces with the embossed thorn pattern are German, so Poschinger may not be far off.
  50. 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...
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