sklo42

The Lake District U.K.

I've been collecting Bohemian/Czech glass, of various types, for some years now but only started posting here much later. Both activities can be addictive! Peggy I've been collecting Bohemian/Czech glass, of various types, for some years now but only started posting here much later. Both activities can be addictive! Peggy I can be contacted at peggy@heffs.org.uk (Read more)

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Kralik Tango Glass Bowl. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech Art Deco Tango Glass Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech Art Deco Tango Glass Vases - Art Glassin Art Glass
Art Nouveau Kralik Double Thorn Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Art Nouveau Kralik Martelé Irridescent Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Art Nouveau Kralik Basket with Applied Bird - Art Glassin Art Glass
Chribska Vases - Mid-Century Modernin Mid-Century Modern
Welz Pedestal Vases Green Aventurine, Oxblood and Yellow - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Pedestal Vases Green Aventurine and Oxblood - Art Glassin Art Glass
Green Aventurine and Oxblood Striped Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Me too,Rick, I'm still hoping to find applied cherries one day :)
  2. This is beautiful, artfoot. I just love the pale pink glass. Also the way the yellow lines are applied appears on other Kralik pieces.
  3. Very, very pretty! I'm ashamed to say that this is the first pink Jasperware I have ever seen, and I was born in Staffordshire.....
  4. Thank you, kivatinitz, I'd have to agree :)
  5. So much to enjoy in one stately vase......and I do love celery handles!
  6. I love the styling.....a very elegant bird!
  7. Lovely stripes, lovely colour and a good size too. Was this your only venture into that little known sport, Extreme Glass Hunting? Brightened my Monday morning anyway :)
  8. An exceptionally fine example, Alan.
  9. Gorgeous Welz.......A tulip from Amsterdam....... in the words of an old song!
  10. Such a beautiful design, IronLace. The two parts complementing each other so well.
  11. Thanks, Michelle, they all seem to be yellow or orange in this series. Maybe I've not seen enough examples!
  12. Thanks, Alan, this was one of a pair but the other one was in a sorry state, to say the least!
  13. Thank you, Michelle........they are so hard to resist!
  14. Thank you, Michelle, I like the 'almost' pink glass too :)
  15. It's lovely to see something different. The décor is quite unexpected for its period, but very appealing.
  16. Thank you so much, Rose, you crept in there while I replying to Karen :)
  17. What an interesting shape, Michelle, and weren't they wise to put an irregular décor on it! Oh the joy of being the only bidder.....happy for you :)
  18. Stunning........the shape, the size, the colour!
  19. Ivonne, nice thought, please tell the weatherman who has announced snow :)
  20. IronLace, mine have the odd nick to the rims but at 1oo+ years I cut them some slack!
  21. courtenayantiques, hopefully, there must be some in Canada!
  22. Thank you, for such lovely comments, courtenayantiques, Mrstyndall, IronLace, Karen, and, Ivonne.
  23. Thanks to all for the loves and comments. MrsT, an 'awesome' always goes down well :) IronLace, me neither and I probably won't see another. Karen, it was the bird wot dunnit! I have seen a ...
  24. Hi Karen, as to the green and blue, that's common here. Odd isn't it.
  25. Thank you, courtenay........ always so kind!
  26. It turns out that this is the genuine article. Further information has been added to the post,
  27. Thank you, courtenayantiques. I'll be watching out for your posts.
  28. Thank you, Michelle. I agree that this is a less commonly seen décor.
  29. I'll think about what you've said, Rick, and in the meantime thank you for a lovely compliment :)
  30. I'm old school, Michelle. I like clear trifle bowls that show the layers :)
  31. Thank you, Rick. Do I have pieces that I call bowls that look nothing like bowls? lol
  32. An illicit pleasure then......and both are lovely!
  33. Lovely rich Autumn colours, Ivonne. I sympathise with you over the flower frog. I think do it's worth buying the solid sided ones that would fit your vase as it's the type/size most frequently found.
  34. Very pretty altogether Fran. I love the colours but do wonder if it's really a drinking glass. The rigaree gets really close to the rim at one point......
  35. Fran Never heard that before:) It's often called 'Cat's Ears'. Chribska, or more correctly, this particular series of vases, was an early interest of mine.
  36. Beautiful birds, and a lovely gift!
  37. Thank you Mrst, They came in other colour combos too!
  38. Great photographs, artfoot. Not easy glass to photograph! I too love these vases, but previously have found them to be attributed to Chribska and probably designed by Hospodka. So your post is interes...
  39. Magnificent! and lots of techniques going on too.
  40. An especially fine example of optical effects.....which I love.
  41. Thank you, welzebub. I found your post very interesting on frogs sometimes being replacements for broken lids. I think the example, second left, middle row is such a case. The neck is much shorter tha...
  42. Happy to see it again, if that's the case :)
  43. I love these yellow/white spatter pieces with green accents. The flared top on this shape is new too, at least to me. The darker base may be dirt which will respond to repeated soaking. Alternative...
  44. What a very dainty vase, Michelle.
  45. Reminded me of Kjell Engman......
  46. Thanks Karen, I guess you're more of a free spirit than me :)
  47. So appealing!
  48. Re finding green slag glass. Contact me.....my email is in what I wrote at the top of my page.
  49. Thank you so much, kivatinitz :)
  50. Thank you for the loves, AdeleC, VioletOrange, vetraio, artfoot, nutsabotas, Vintagefran, mikelv, Ivonne, robin, welzebub, and Manikin
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