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Rare Find in Sweden - Franz Welz Type Glass Jar and Lid - Sold As Unknown

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Bambus1920's loves6 of 516Bohemian Art Nouveau green iridescent glass vase with veined decorationLoetz "Reseda aussen braun" etched DEK 398, PN II-7881, ca. 1911
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    Posted 2 years ago

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    The seller's pictures of my new Czech lidded jar, in a good size of 6.5 inches high. Excellent condition, interesting fabrication with controlled air bubbles inside the lines of circular shapes.

    Not many of these lidded jars documented, yes, there is a blue and red one on the Welz catalog page upper left corner. Another iridescent one the site.

    I am interested in many types of glass, my collection attest to that approach. It is highly rewarding.


    1. welzebub welzebub, 2 years ago
      This is the exact shape shown on the Welz production literature, and identified as Shape 8526. The literature example is in this same base decor, which is referred to as Bubbles. The example shown on the literature page is Bubbles & Spots, because of the added spatter. This shape has been solidly identified in several different decors which are uniquely Welz, to include decors found in the Passau Welz case.

      There are to date, a total of 60 different shapes of covered pieces identified as Welz production.
    2. sklo42 sklo42, 2 years ago
      I have a Welz fan in that décor and colourway, plus other shapes and colourways in that décor. All posted here should anyone need to look......
    3. scottvez scottvez, 2 years ago
      BEAUTIFUL welz!

    4. truthordare truthordare, 2 years ago
      Thank you for the loves and testimonial comments, glad you enjoyed this Czech glass interwar item.

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