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 recently. Both activities can become addictive! PeggyI've been collecting Bohemian/Czech glass, of various types, for some years now but only started posting here recently. Both activities can become addictive! Peggy (Read more)

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Czech Art Deco Ruckl Spatter Glass Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech Art Deco Ruckl Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech Art Deco Spatter Glass Vases - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik Martelé Rose Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik Ripple Optic Rose Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Goldberg Vases with Enamelled Flowers and Leaves - Art Glassin Art Glass
Victorian Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Spatter Posy Vase with enamelling. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Spatter Posy Vases with Collars - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech Art Deco Welz Rose Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass

Comments

  1. I totally agree with Mikelv......adorable!
  2. Thanks for the link, scott. With that and another of your links plus a bit of reading I now realise that Trench Art goes beyond the trenches. Sometimes CW, or really the people on it, is an education!...
  3. Thank you, Karen, I've googled Yoshitomo Nara and his work is mind blowing! Full marks for sussing that I'd no idea of the origins of your profile picture!
  4. I didn't know Trench Art could be so beautiful! Just love them!
  5. The Best of the Best!.....I'd have to agree with that.....all of them.
  6. What's the story behind the change/no change of your profile picture? Please tell, I'm intrigued:-)
  7. This is a beauty, no question....:-)
  8. A wonderful display but my favourites would be the baskets....lovely!
  9. Lovely comment Rick!.....it's appreciated.
  10. Thank you, mikelv, walksoftly, SEAN, DrFluffy, Ivonne, aghcollect, Phil, charcoal, surfdub, Elisabethan, vetraio, racer, blunderbuss, Ian, inky, PatSea, kivatinitz and kyratango
  11. Thank you for the loves, mikelv, Manikin, walksoftly, SEAN, DrFluffy, Ivonne, aghcollect, Phil, kerry, Radegunder, charcoal, surfdub, Elisabethan, vetraio, racer, Alan, blunderbuss, inky, PatSea, kyra...
  12. Hi Karen.....you're right about the Czechs. They even produced good stuff during the most difficult of times!
  13. Thank you for the loves, vetraio, robin, mikelv, Manikin, SEAN, DrFluffy, Ivonne, Moon, aghcollect, Phil, surfdub, melaniej, Elisabethan, racer, Alan, Blunderbuss, Ian, inky, PatSea, kivatinitz and ky...
  14. Ian, you do realise, of course, that it works the other way.....often! But I am glad you like them:-)
  15. Karen.....thinking of cats I realise now that the base colour is the same as that of my all time favourite cat. I shall love them even more!
  16. Thanks for the love, Elisabethan, and glad it got your vote:-)
  17. Yes Karen, very funny.....and a laugh was very welcome today:-)
  18. About the prunt/strawberry over the hole in the base. Have I got that right? Bear in mind I am no expert. Recently I bought an early period Welz lidded jar. The lid is domed with a hole in the top. ...
  19. Lol.....perhaps, being cherubs, only their faces age over time:-).....you just shouldn't have pointed it out, Peggy
  20. Clever indeed but also creative and skilful. I think that very little reached the UK, unlike their porcelain/china. I do look though!
  21. Breathtaking, Karen......more so when you see the back and get an idea of the skill that went into it.
  22. Both delightful and informative.....thank you again.
  23. All of them so beautiful.....and interesting to see just how different 'dimples' can be. Thanks for posting them together.
  24. Thanks, surfdub, your second comment is appreciated too!!
  25. Thank you, surfdub, your comment is appreciated:-)
  26. These must be amongst my top ten prettiest glass items EVER!
  27. Thanks, PhilDavidAlexanderMorris and Alfredo, for the loves:-)
  28. I'm pleased you like them so much, Lisa, and also that you troubled to tell me. Thanks.
  29. Your finds at goodwill etc. are enough to make a person want to emigrate Yet another marvel, SEAN!
  30. What a superb tureen, and a wonderful piece of history to own.
  31. Thank you, Moonstonelover, for the love and the comment!!
  32. Yes, I see that now myself. Thank you for the love and comment:-)
  33. Thanks for the love and the fine comment, SEAN.
  34. www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/43077-ruckl-orange-shimmy-and-mark
  35. Love your title as well, Ian. Language is a living, ever changing entity :-)
  36. As ever I love the feet and I think they have the same finish as the legs on my Kralik shell vase.
  37. Just a delight for the eyes.......
  38. I think the little blue flowers and the type of spatter make it Welz. Look at IanBrighton's posts and mine too. Didn't you do well....like it lots.
  39. Placed as in picture 1 you would put water in it for small, short stemmed flowers. The English glass companies Sowerby and Bagley both made posy bowls of a similar style in the 1920's and 1930's. I do...
  40. Beauty on a grand scale.....I love it.
  41. You will be missed, antiquerose. May I wish you well in whatever you do in the future.
  42. Gorgeous......fingers crossed that one day you find the spoon!
  43. What wonderfully interesting information too....text and images.....thank you.
  44. I really, really love this.....it's harmonious but not too regular......am I making any sense?
  45. Love napkin rings in general but this one is so, so stylish!
  46. Thanks for the loves, vetraio, katherine and Rick.
  47. Thanks for the loves, Rick and Michelle.
  48. Thanks for the loves, Rick and Michelle.
  49. No wonder you are 'so happy', Michelle.....it's positively gorgeous!
  50. Both of them truly beautiful....and probably more so in reality!
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