jericho

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Dear CW Member, I collect Czechoslovakian glass from 1910-1930 in the Deco style, Primarily Kralik, Loetz tango, Welz and Ruckl. All of the posts on this CW page areDear CW Member, I collect Czechoslovakian glass from 1910-1930 in the Deco style, Primarily Kralik, Loetz tango, Welz and Ruckl. All of the posts on this CW page are from a collection of glass images (for my own collection go to Kralik1928). Please email me at Jerichohair@yahoo.com with any requests for pictures, I support any collector that is on a quest for images of Czech glass. What I am trying to do is share is my love of collecting and organizing pieces be decor, shape and technique; Please don't be offended if I disagree with any attribution that you may have made, Regards Jericho (Read more)

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Czech glass - American Zipper decor - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech glass Satin Zipper Decor, the mystery continues... - Art Glassin Art Glass
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When shape comparisons take a weird turn - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz - Confetti or something - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik Bambus/Iris   - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Tango - Cased decor - Art Glassin Art Glass
Ausfuhrung 157 - WHAT?? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech glass - Millifiore Canes - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech glass - Shapes - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Ruckl for me based mostly on technique and shape studies. the heavy adventurine base glass is also a signature. thats a nice vase buddy save it for me in case a disaster hits and you need money: !
  2. some of the iris have a tan spray (oxide) inside, are both pieces that shade from the inside?
  3. killer Iris Phill
  4. yeah craig, i'm thinking the last two are Welz - if it has a strong satin finish its my guess too
  5. great vase, fits in with my fan vases and welz knuckle shapes too!
  6. Lisa- this post might come down because I'm not sure about the group, the first two look Ruckl while the last two look Welz
  7. Michelle, I have a lot tango in these shapes but yours looks different, could you please measure the round part it the vase? (From the root to where the shape changes and goes straight)
  8. ima get tattoo o this!!
  9. its crazy cool
  10. I think this is kralik... although Ruckl could work too... it needs to match a known decor...
  11. I try to go about every three years with four visits to date. The last one was right after the flood, the whole first floor was in shambles, pieces were stacker touching each other and some stacked li...
  12. OH OH OH, You are obscene and you suck!!!!
  13. if you paid under $900 you did good- (send me a hint via email)
  14. krazy good piece, remember me in your will
  15. Thanx for the examples of this shape
  16. I'm thankful for your input guys
  17. Nice piece, it comes in blue and orange along with this mahogany color, the pattern is created be dunking the base color in glass chips to cover to piece then its submerged in water or possibly by put...
  18. going nutz! The top looks kralik the bottom looks Ruckl. I would say it passed through france at some point because it is common to find Loetz and Czech vases with this flat grinding and pontil
  19. Nice, these legs always have cracks- if you collect strutted or (spaceship legs) this is a common condition that I doesn't influences the price too much. I think this pattern can easily be confused......
  20. thanks guys, happy hunting !!
  21. love it!! Happy new year
  22. cool mottling, looks like clouds
  23. I think its czech, ill send you an email of likely relatives. great piece- I want one
  24. Thomas needs one, he has like 8 and plays with them, stacks them, does photoshoots- puts googly eyes on them etc... LOL
  25. WOW, incredible!! I think this shape is one of the popular with Welz. the gold looks unique but not origenal. I have a kralik caged piece with a red (lead paint) cage. I decided not to remove it becau...
  26. breat piece - based on the rim piping I believe its welz
  27. OK>>>>> I need to hold it!! I have a similar decor but with out the controlled bubble. the green metalic color is also more tight in your example. incredible decor
  28. love these fine pulled threads- great piece
  29. Haha, just trying to create interest Kralik 1925-35 doesn't get the pricing yes but with 60's furniture back in style it's just a matter of time (stupid murano!)
  30. Great decor, seldom seen
  31. Nice, but now you need a third Ian. Lol. I think Its kralik too because of the metal mold feet look similar to that "Camel toe" fook an a kralik Iris piece
  32. You got a geed eye, these millifiore pieces can be off-balance with decor. There are many shapes in knuckle bowls
  33. Thank you, I appreciate that- do you know wha colors were made?
  34. Rindskopf to me because of the shape - the pontil is interesting
  35. No about Adventurine, the three known makers used this type of glass
  36. crazy in two shapes, STOP IT!!!!
  37. Great example, Its a Green Iris piece with millifiore canes. I have a bunch of examples with the odd composition and the same thing? random pelleton, red lozenges and eyeball looking millifiore. The ...
  38. uuugh I need that please send me the exact name of the lime stuff
  39. Thanx Alan- feel free to join my Group of late Kralik glass collectors of FB
  40. I believe green and blue are very rare -I prefer green!
  41. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/206378-kralik-bambus-iris?in=user I think it might be similar to this kralik
  42. Someone please do a shape study
  43. I'm not sure these have been identified - the shape is common in confetti, tango, airbrush, onionskin and marbled
  44. Great piece
  45. I used to have a file of enamel decors (40 or so distinct ones) this folder had about 30 pics all with the same them I think I called it "Deco clowns" the cooler ones were on lidded dishes. Sadly I lo...
  46. Same shape
  47. i have its sister in aqua... lool- these are great!!
  48. Thanx, I'll do another one, I really like the simplicity of these tango pieces in very predictable shapes and no grinding or pontils
  49. I'll send you a pic of the foot, even though the enamel is put on other pieces that are documented it doesn't mean that decorating companies didn't use different blanks from different producers
  50. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/86538-loetz-3-handle-18-the-last-one--loop Notice these three pieces, the enameling is the same
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