Posted 2 months ago
This glass was produced by Wilhelm Kralik cir 1925-35’ in Czechoslovakia
One great way to showcase decor with different shapes is to display pieces in a common surface texture; this is why 1920’s Loetz pieces look great in a display.
In this example of displaying glass I have used Kralik Iris Decor (or Iris-type Decor) to make the case.
I like the high reflectivity of the glass, reminds me of soap bubbles... When shown together, you tend to see more of the shape and the contrasting patterns.
Iris decor is marked with a sticker that shows a vase in the middle of the mark -strangely, that vase exists but I’ve never one with the iris sticker
1- Three pieces in similar esthetic
Decors: Star pattern, Millifiore cane, drape with line
2- Great to see “odd couple” shapes like the double gourd next to a beehive neck shape
Decors: confetti on confetti and pebbles confetti
3- These look great with the same decor
Decor: alligator powder decor
4- The whole extended family of Kralik Iris and Iris-type decor