Share your favorites on Show & Tell

Czech Art Deco Lidded Bowl

In Art Glass > Bohemian Art Glass > Show & Tell and Art Deco > Show & Tell.
Art Deco1677 of 3982Beswick Palm Tree Vases shape 1065 Stepped Sides and 1272 Horn Of Plenty Looking for Information on my Deluxe Slag glass Radio
22
Love it
0
Like it

RadegunderRadegunder loves this.
SEAN68SEAN68 loves this.
CWfriendsCWfriends loves this.
IanBrightonIanBrighton loves this.
VintagefranVintagefran loves this.
ozmartyozmarty loves this.
Michelleb007Michelleb007 loves this.
OneGoodFindOneGoodFind loves this.
Rick55Rick55 loves this.
JustanoviceJustanovice loves this.
VioletOrangeVioletOrange loves this.
IvonneIvonne loves this.
swfinluv1swfinluv1 loves this.
EZaEZa loves this.
racer4fourracer4four loves this.
ElisabethanElisabethan loves this.
PhilDMorrisPhilDMorris loves this.
kivatinitzkivatinitz loves this.
auraaura loves this.
vetraio50vetraio50 loves this.
welzebubwelzebub loves this.
mikelv85mikelv85 loves this.
See 20 more
Add to collection

    Please create an account, or Log in here

    If you don't have an account, create one here.


    Create a Show & TellReport as inappropriate


    Posted 6 years ago

    sklo42
    (807 items)

    This lidded bowl is highly glossy. It is made of three or four layers, depending on whether the marbled pink and blue streaks are one or two layers. The inside layer is white and outside clear.

    The base is dished, the lid fits inside the bowl, the knob is hollow and the décor goes over the knob. All that is true for the orange lidded bowl too!

    The orange one is unattributed so being the same in construction as this one is no help at all!

    If you recognise this décor please tell.

    Diameter 11.5 cm./4.5 inches Height 10 cm./4 inches

    Unsolved Mystery

    Help us close this case. Add your knowledge below.

    logo
    Bohemian Art Glass
    See all
    Antique Moser Bohemian Painted Gold Enamel Amethyst Footed Glass Rose Bowl
    Antique Moser Bohemian Painted Gold...
    $270
    Czech Bohemian Egermann Cranberry Cut to Clear 7 3/4" Wine Goblets Set of 6
    Czech Bohemian Egermann Cranberry C...
    $63
    Loetz Art Glass Book: 'LOETZ. THE PASSION' - NBVD (2015, English / German edit.)
    Loetz Art Glass Book: 'LOETZ. T...
    $63
    Bohemian Czech Crystal 6" Round Bowl Hand Cut Queen Lace 24% Lead Glass
    Bohemian Czech Crystal 6" Round...
    $85
    logo
    Antique Moser Bohemian Painted Gold Enamel Amethyst Footed Glass Rose Bowl
    Antique Moser Bohemian Painted Gold...
    $270
    See all

    Comments

    1. welzebub, 6 years ago
      Nice covered piece. Not a very common décor at all. Here is the same décor on a ball vase. I have always suspected the décor to be Kralik, but the ball vase shape is far too common a shape to use alone for confirmation. I have not seen the décor on another identifiable Kralik shape, which would help to confirm the decor a second way. I generally avoid the use of a common single shapes for ID. Here is a link to an image of the ball vase:

      http://www.kralik-glass.com/images/b27.jpg
    2. scottvez scottvez, 6 years ago
      Great glass/ decor, peggy.

      welzebub:
      As always your thoughts on attribution are enlightening-- deliberate, research guided attributions will stand the test of time vice the quick guesswork often presented on CW.

      scott
    3. sklo42 sklo42, 6 years ago
      @ Nicefice, thanks, I'm pleased you like it!
    4. sklo42 sklo42, 6 years ago
      @ rucklczglass, As I've always looked down at the lid I'd never noticed it had flowers! Looking from your words to the pictures they're clear as day.....so thank you.
    5. sklo42 sklo42, 6 years ago
      Hi Craig, thanks for posting another example. I have at least learnt it's a 'known' décor and not too common at that. Can't be bad! If forced to guess I'd have said Kralik due to the colours.
    6. sklo42 sklo42, 6 years ago
      @ rucklczglass, yet another version, thanks.
    7. sklo42 sklo42, 6 years ago
      Hi scott, pleased you like it.
    8. welzebub, 6 years ago
      I do not think there is anything near enough evidence to declare this a Kralik décor.

      I would like to point out that the decor as found on Fishiowa's example is on a shape which it appears both Welz and Kralik produced. That would seemingly indicate that without confirmation of some sort, the décors origins can not be determined as to maker. In addition, the example that Jericho has posted, the same as the image I linked to, is a shape which is far too commonplace to be used as support for an ID when viewed as a stand alone shape.

      To me at least, always using the philosophy that erring on the side of conservative beats making unsupportable claims, I would stand behind the assertion that the decor is not currently identifiable. I also believe that any claim of attribution would not be supported with any real robust evidence.

      My observations are:
      1) None of the seen or known examples bears a mark, indicating origins or provenance.
      2) The ball vase shape is far too common to use as an identifying shape
      3) The basic shape of the bowl shown in the forum by Fishiowa is currently linked to the production of at least two companies and his example remains unidentified.
      4) The covered example posted here is not a shape currently linked to Kralik production.

      As I stated on the Fishiowa post, I would lean towards Kralik. but that is a far cry from saying who made it.
    9. welzebub, 6 years ago
      A quote from comment 15 of that Butler post. That was posted over 1 year ago.

      "The bowl in the upper left of image 2 has been replaced with one very similar in appearance to the original spatter bowl which was found to be by Welz. The inserted bowl now in the image is both similar in shape and similar in decor to the Welz example. This example is known to be by Kralik, as it is marked with an arched Czechoslovakia mark associated with Kralik production."

      Yeah... Like I said.... both Welz and Kralik made a quite similar shape.... If Dave's bowl was found in that decor with the arched mark found on Kralik production we would have something to go on. If that Butler ad showed that shape bowl, which resembles Fishiowa's example, and did so with a decor that was the same as this covered piece and Dave's bowl it would mean something.

      We actually know Butler ads did show that kind of detail because we can see both Kralik and Welz decors illustrated quite well.

      Without that type of strong link, we really have nothing yet on which to base a Kralik attribution, or any other attribution for that matter. Unidentified is OK. It is still quite attractive.

      It is worth noting that the decor is also found on another shape, which as far as I am aware, has not yet been linked to any specific production house.

      http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/167294-kralik-tango-powder-flower-dcor?in=activity




    10. sklo42 sklo42, 6 years ago
      Genuine thank yous to those who looked and clicked 'Love it'. At the moment I can't devote as much time as I'd like to this.
    11. Rick55 Rick55, 6 years ago
      Regardless who made it Peggy, it's a lovely bowl! I love pic 2... very artistic!
    12. sklo42 sklo42, 6 years ago
      Thanks Rick, I too love it for itself.....just a pushover for lidded bowls!

    Want to post a comment?

    Create an account or login in order to post a comment.