kralik1928

L.A. CALIFORNIA

I am a Master hairstylist, and Collector of Czechoslovakian glass 1914-1938. This page is to discuss pieces from my own collection. You are welcome use any image oI am a Master hairstylist, and Collector of Czechoslovakian glass 1914-1938. This page is to discuss pieces from my own collection. You are welcome use any image or request better images too. I welcome research, discussions or picture exchanges. I rarely sell anything but it doesn't hurt to ask... Jerichohair@gmail.com (Read more)

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Wilhelm Kralik - Bambus - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz (or Czech) - Schnapps cups  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Franz Welz - Beauty in confetti - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik - Ancient Decor - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech, Belgium, Chinese, French, German, Italian ? - Cased Glass - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz - Knuckle shapes - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz - Knuckle shapes  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz - Knuckle Shapes - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech Cased Glass - Powder decor  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz - mushroom cloud shape - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. please send me a signature pic and ill return it with a pic of a Loetz piece that I think matches this shape and color- (email on my bio). The shape looks like the vertical application pieces from Mi...
  2. Thank Alan
  3. Thank you!
  4. Ok, I have the pic
  5. well I agree. I have shown in recent Jericho posts that many companies used similar decors... so polka dots, marbling, Releaf powder, confetti, Lines and pulled decors are shared techniques with subtl...
  6. this is great research, I hope someday we can know more about this factory
  7. I have seen the crnter Deco shape with bambud and drape decors so... I believe it to be Kralik. The pair is very nice and may be in some way related to kralik as well- if you consider Kralik had a few...
  8. sorry, I have this in about five decors but cant decide if its for sure Kralik... the draping color is unique and the base color is weird too
  9. German, Bohemian, French or Belgium... does that help?
  10. I love these simple tango shapes with such a cool mold blown shape
  11. love them, do you find some of them have more layers of decor than others? Also some have a real 'fire" than others
  12. C'mon...!!! You got two !!
  13. Thank you great pic - but did you notice what the sticker is? I would love to see what that mark is, do you have a pic??
  14. cool pic, and great shape... i have a few in this shape but it is rare
  15. killer collection, i say display them close together too
  16. I love these, hand dripped not prefab rods... excellent
  17. kralik. it comes in other decors associated with kralik
  18. Welz
  19. Welz too, I have a picture of a pair with label FWK- lemme know if you need pic
  20. AAAAAGH
  21. Nice pattern and classic shape - I gave actually seen this pattern on a three ball foot piece that would have been assumed Loetz... and for this shape you see here they made a Marquetry decor that I h...
  22. That fancy foot realy works for iris
  23. Shoot me an email at jerichohair.com
  24. Once again very impressive- you got a good eye
  25. Hi inky, I have a similar case with the same exact hue of lavender on glue-chip, it appears to be a light film of color on the surface either by finishing chemical or tinting, could you look at the la...
  26. Haha, thanx for the little wiggle room. I admit I was of the acid on rubber stamp people for a long time, part of reason I stuck to my guns was that on some pieces I felt like part of the sugnature yo...
  27. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/123230-welz-stripes-and-spots-with-a-spira Thomas has the same shape and decor in his post
  28. Cool shape here!!
  29. Yeah, I have Thomas to thank for all the wonderful stuff we keep selling to each other.... (neither one of us making much profit tho; (
  30. Haha, thanx, love your stuff Malkey
  31. I never clean them therefore no accidents, but accidents do happen, every kid breaks one or two and every move takes three or four not to mention traveling to the Czech glass convention.....
  32. I'm afraid there are a lot of companies that have this "cracked earth" design. The green Kralik you linked is very different starting with the base color, thickness of glass, green color, transcluscen...
  33. Welz by signature, shape and decor
  34. Y'all got me on a day off
  35. LOOK peeps! http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/95353-czechoslovakia-1930s--cased-glass-deco
  36. Yeah, the "overbite" closure looks good but the foot looks more angular and the top looks slightly taller (smaller finial?)
  37. Lisa, I'm not sure that that cameo is a match I would have them at the same eye level, It's probably a loetz.
  38. Crazy in love
  39. Great, seen in green with red interior as well
  40. Love the last pic that shows the zig-zag
  41. Phil, I, you got alotta nice stuff
  42. Gourd shape variation, in the latest PASK exhibit there is a vase (with yellow base and canes) that is a combination between red vases bottom and yellow vases top
  43. Thank you for noticing and appreciating, it's a solid blue opaque tango base with floating pink, white, lavender and green- to create an opal effect of s different type
  44. Yes sire from South Africa
  45. I totally agree with making attributions ca stick for years. In the case of Powolny I think it was made based on a simple shade of Orange tango, so at least we are taking more things into consideratio...
  46. Thanx Craig, I'm finding more and more collectors are able to tolerate attributions moving from one maker to another based on comparison studies. Loetz has the most documentation so they (Loetz collec...
  47. I would have to go to one of my Loetz books to say for sure, it's so hard to do on perfect hiking in wildflowers to a watering hole day like today is. Lol,
  48. Yes ausf 129, thank Sammy I have a hard drive down with those folders, thank you
  49. I totally need that shape ! It's a rarer three handle piece, it would have been signed in a scroll acid stamp czecho-Slovakia mid 1920's or early 30's. To my knowledge it was Kralik that produced this...
  50. Hehe rose, I'm totally gonna use that comment
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Butler Bros 1929 - for Anne - and all tango lovers!

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