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Art Glass552 of 21726Welz lidded boxNot sure piture
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    Posted 6 months ago

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    4 years ago I posted on CW a very similar ball vase that I identified as Ruckl's.This vase has the same colours and a dark lower part but this is the end of similarities.This is not satin glass,the dark part is made of burgundy not blue and pulled lines are not ragged.The burgundy layer is so thick /dense that even it is heavily backlit,I can't really see the colour.
    I leave it not identified.
    It is 18 cm tall.

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    1. truthordare truthordare, 6 months ago
      Hi Ivonne, I think it is Kralik, they made their own orange spatter color mix, and your vase is more in their tones than the Ruckl orange mix. Maybe this is funny to some, but because of all the different spatter combinations the Czech produced, I studied the detailed composition, which helped in identification, when they were very consistent.

      I did a post to compare the orange spatters, Kralik had a bright yellow and a pale tangerine orange and not much red.
      There is also another vase, in a tall round shape that has this decor here I think.
      and another vase in same shape
    2. Ivonne Ivonne, 6 months ago
      Thank you for your input,especially for photos,as I couldn't find another vase in the same shape.
    3. sklo42 sklo42, 6 months ago
      The first vase posted in comment one has been regarded as a Welz shape for quite a while.
    4. Wow22, 6 months ago
      The shape in this post is not seen often but I have seen it in decors which have, until recently, been solidly identified as Kralik. (There is now some evidence growing about Steinwald production.) I find this shape fascinating, because it is more commonly seen in the upside down version, also in decors until recently attributed to Kralik i.e. the same mold being used for 2 differently shaped vases!
      This is your shape:
      And 'upside down' version:
    5. Wow22, 6 months ago
      It is my understanding the shape was produced in 3 sizes. (I own 2 of them).
    6. Wow22, 6 months ago
      Final vase in Comment 1 appears to be the same shape too, although I haven't seen this decor in person.
    7. Ivonne Ivonne, 6 months ago
      Thank you,Peggy, for additional information.This widens my point of view.
    8. Ivonne Ivonne, 6 months ago
      Wow22,your links are very useful and interesting.I think I can say my vase is probably Kralik after I saw all the photos from you.Thanks :)
    9. truthordare truthordare, 6 months ago
      "The first vase posted in comment one has been regarded as a Welz shape for quite a while."

      Maybe in some glass groups, but my glass vase shape is not generally accepted as Welz. The black rigaree application on the sides has been used by more than one glass house evidently.
    10. scottvez scottvez, 6 months ago
      Agree with peggy (comment #3)-- welz for some time now.


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