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Collector of glass, especially postwar Czech glass (Skrdlovice and Beranek, all decades), vintage linens, and whatever else tickles my fancy. I enjoy seeing what otCollector of glass, especially postwar Czech glass (Skrdlovice and Beranek, all decades), vintage linens, and whatever else tickles my fancy. I enjoy seeing what other people collect and reading their stories. I’m here as a collector and an admirer. Thank you. (Read more)


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Large wooden angel -- Polish art and handicraft -- Folk art - Christmasin Christmas
Svoboda AGS art glass bowl -- Czech art glass - Art Glassin Art Glass
Beranek S.R.O. art glass paperweight from 1992 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Little Czech art glass vase with applied flower and frilly top -- possibly ZBS - Art Glassin Art Glass
Skrdlovice glassworks -- Petr Hora 8413 art glass vase with a purple well -- Czech art glass - Art Glassin Art Glass
Art glass snail sculpture with internal bubbles -- possibly Czech art glass - Animalsin Animals
Zelezny Brod art glass figural doggy ashtray -- mid-century Czech art glass - Animalsin Animals
Zelezny Brod glassworks -- 1960s Miloslav Janku art glass boar sculpture -- Czech art glass - Animalsin Animals
Early Beranek Glassworks pulegoso art glass vase with 'fried octopus' top -- Czech art glass - Art Glassin Art Glass
Early Beranek Glassworks pulegoso art glass vase in blue -- Czech art glass - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. Thank you for 'loving' welzebub, SEAN68 and hunterqlee. Much appreciated.
  2. Thank you for the 'loves' SEAN68, Sinnomore and hunterqlee. Appreciated!
  3. Tragic to lose everything in a fire :(
  4. Love this medicine bear, its shape, simplicity... beautiful find.
  5. Love this drawing. Wonderful find!
  6. Oooooo love, love, love them!
  7. Fantastic!
  8. Such a beautiful piece... absolutely wonderful.
  9. 'White Cristal" headquarters is situated over 600km away from Murano, hence the label says "in the technique of" Murano, and not Murano-made.
  10. Hi there... you can find your vase in the 1975 Warmensteinach catalog, available for viewing on :)
  11. Hello and welcome to Collectors Weekly. I think you might find this post of interest: All the best.
  12. Wow, at 13 1/4" that's a substantial piece of glass! Lovely!
  13. If you go to and click on 'vasen' and then scroll down to "Böhmen Tschechoslovakei" you will find it under "Libochovice" :)
  14. Beautiful. I believe it is Czechoslovakian rather than French.
  15. Wow! I've never seen anything like it... Wonderful.
  16. It's lovely!
  17. The Skrdlovice book refers to the I=I inscription... it can be found on some 1950s Skrdlovice pieces, though there is no definitive answer why :)
  18. It's a great book and a very interesting read -- I highly recommend it! I just noticed your vase has got the mysterious I=I inscribed into the base. Fascinating.
  19. Hi there... I believe your vase is Polish, by Henryk Rysz, designer and owner of Sabina glassworks. Anik :)
  20. Hi artfoot :) The 5988 was made in a variety of sizes. I had one as small as 16cm and one as big as 30-something cm (and plenty of in-between sizes). You can find them is a variety of colorways, ...
  21. Beautiful, but not Chribska... It's Skrdlovice, designed by Jan Beranek in 1959 as pattern 5988 in the most desirable colorway (often referred to as 'red core'). Really, really wonderful piece. :)
  22. Love the squirrel photo!
  23. Ooo lovely... It's Czechoslovakian, designed by Rudolf Jurnikl in 1962 and produced by Rudolfova Hut as pattern number 13154 :)
  24. Beautiful work and really special piece.
  25. Thank you for taking the time to 'love' Manikin, Brunswick and Roycroftbooksfromme1. Much appreciated :)
  26. Oh, they're great! What a wonderful find.
  27. Thank you for 'loving' vetraio50, PhilDMorris, Vynil33rpm, fortapache, and Newfld. Newfld, thank you for your kind words... she is lovely! Name days in Poland used to have much more importanc...
  28. Wonderful words, Thomas.
  29. What a great piece! Absolutely love it :)
  30. It's absolutely lovely!
  31. Wonderful! May your new home bring you serenity, creativity, and all the goodness you need.
  32. Lovely little bowl. Because of the label, we know it was produced by Crystalex in 1992 or earlier (though I don't think much earlier... probably anytime between the 1980s and early 1990s.) Unfortu...
  33. Oh dear me, I'm so very sorry :(
  34. :) I have a notebook with pages and pages of information on Czech pressed glass (designer, maker and my bad drawings -- I have no artistic talent). I collected the information from the Ceskosloven...
  35. Just love it! What a great character.
  36. That's a great vase... it's Czechoslovakian, designed by Rudolf Jurnikl for Rosice (pattern 992) in c.1962. :)
  37. That truly is a beautiful box, Karen. What a great addition to your collection.
  38. Funny thing... this afternoon, while I was researching the maker of a small copper owl sculpture I'm thinking of buying, I came across the name Sergio Bustamante of Mexico. It appears he is the make...
  39. This is one of my favorite postwar Czech pressed designs... great vase.
  40. Wow, beautiful!
  41. :D freiheit, it does kinda look like a beehive and part of a bumblebee! Thank you so much for taking the time to click 'love' buckethead, kwqd, artfoot, blunderbuss2, freiheit, MALKEY, vetraio...
  42. I really appreciate the comments, buckethead, kwqd and Newfld :) And thank you for the 'love' buckethead, kwqd, blunderbuss2, vetraio50, Newfld, hunterqlee, Vynil33rpm, Pickaboo, fortapache, Ivonne...
  43. Oooo he's lovely!
  44. Love the birdy that's looking into the window... Dirty Boy's a smart 'ol fella :)
  45. Beautiful! It's Polish from Zabkowice glassworks and part of the 'Asteroid' range by Jan Sylwester Drost. The 'Asteroid' pieces were produced from 1972 to 1975. Great piece, considered quite d...
  46. Absolutely lovely!
  47. Beautiful watercolor
  48. Such a beautiful, warm color... lovely bowl!
  49. Thank you for taking the time to 'love' my owl, Collectables59. :)
  50. They're wonderful!
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