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    Posted 2 years ago

    jericho
    (233 items)

    These are in my files under Welz although I think they are moving out as Welz-related (Welz adjacent?). I'm sorry if anyone feels jaded about the designation, what we are looking for is conversation and hopefully some marks. Welz has many marks and is very consistent in that way- but none of these have marked, they don't seem to come in recognizable shapes, The lines look different as well as the confetti. Opinions are welcome

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    1. sklo42 sklo42, 2 years ago
      The bowl in image four was posted by me six years ago. I didn't think it was Welz 'Lines and Spots' as the lines didn't seem right and I'd never seem multi coloured spots on that décor. Others agreed with me. However when you said it was Welz who
      was I to argue. It was bought in France so no mark wasn't unexpected. At this point in time, when so much more is known, I have no issue with this.
    2. sklo42 sklo42, 2 years ago
      The vase in image one was also posted here by me. This one was bought in the UK where marks on Czech glass are rare. This one however I'm more inclined to think is Welz. I have the same shape in deep yellow with multicoloured spatter around the base. Unfortunately not a décor that is any use to us in this context.
    3. kralik1928 kralik1928, 2 years ago
      Haha sklo, what did I know four years ago...you were right in questioning! In grouping pieces it’s easier to see attributions that don’t belong to the single item. In picture 2 & 3 are a series of kralik related glass in many colors for perfume and vanity sets- these have a strong geometric shape not replicated elsewhere by other Welz decors
    4. truthordare truthordare, 2 years ago
      Image 3, I came across a full vanity set in this decor, as well as single bottle pieces, in Ruckl decors, as many do, I will apply the identification to Ruckl, only because that is how much is attributed these days for the interwar glass exports.

      I don't own one, so this is strickly an opinion based on images. You know how I feel about that.

      http://nebula.wsimg.com/20bc3c165de6a381a54f72255c0ebe70?AccessKeyId=3A908495ACD7ABD44DFC&disposition=0&alloworigin=1

      http://nebula.wsimg.com/ff267d10ed4f512591b479124b07b5e0?AccessKeyId=3A908495ACD7ABD44DFC&disposition=0&alloworigin=1

      http://nebula.wsimg.com/3fc187a8966e498746d9dfbc039d8301?AccessKeyId=3A908495ACD7ABD44DFC&disposition=0&alloworigin=1

      Image 1 is probably Kralik, for the shape in other Kralik decors.
      I find this glass decor application very attractive.

    5. welzebub, 2 years ago
      Image 1 is a Welz shape.
      Images 2 and 3 are a decor that I own an example of, and have it currently in an unknown production category, although it certainly has a Welz feel to it.
      Image 4 is one I also have as unknown production.
    6. sklo42 sklo42, 2 years ago
      Image one I have at least one Vertical Lines piece on a known Welz shape with similarly thick lines. I don't think the lines are an issue.
    7. sklo42 sklo42, 2 years ago
      Image one, if you search the posts of jagsrock95 you'll find several well known Welz shapes in the same décor.
    8. jericho jericho, 2 years ago
      #1 -usually lines are put in first using powders and glass sand then the bottom glass chips are put in after (overlapping the line decor)

      In this version the colors are put in at the same time and not overlapping. also the yellow and purple look "off" to me

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