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I like collecting Kralik, Pallme-Koenig and Fritz Heckert art nouveau era glass.


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FRITZ HECKERT vase form number TH61, c.1902-3 (Otto Thamm design) - Art Glassin Art Glass
Glasfabrik SCHLIERSEE: Form 283, Dekor 848 (c. 1900-05) - Art Glassin Art Glass
Fritz Heckert 'Changeant' Form No. TH555/1 (1902) - Art Glassin Art Glass
Pallme-Koenig: Orange Spots & Red Threads - Art Glassin Art Glass
Glasindustrie Fachschule Steinschönau 'Tazza',  c.1913 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Pallme-Koenig Tricorn Vase With 'Lines & Spots' Decor in Lime-Green - Art Glassin Art Glass
Pallme-Koenig: 'Spots and Threads' Decor c. 1900-10 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Fritz Heckert 'Changeant' Vase with Scissor-Cut Mouth [Form No. TH69] - Art Glassin Art Glass
Fritz Heckert 'Changeant' with Pink and Silver-Yellow Fusions: Form No. TH 104 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Fritz Heckert Green 'Marmopal' Glass Form No. TH 203 - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. Thanks for posting, Craig. As usual thorough and well reseached.
  2. I've got one similar to this dredged from the Escravos River in Nigeria; acquired on a business trip in 1987. It's Dutch, late 19th century.
  3. Sometimes these rocket-style pieces look even better upside down!
  4. FAB collection; luv the t-shirt.
  5. Lovely; looks like a weird lollipop!
  6. Wonderful.
  7. Ales, is that a fake signature on the base or just scratches ?
  8. I'm pretty sure the top right piece with an applied green rim is Kralik. The Harrach vases with reptiles and amphibians are mega-fantabulous. I saw two at the Karkonoskie Museum last October that wo...
  9. Congratulations; I think this dates from 1901-03. Hard to believe it's nearly 120 years old !
  10. As usual you are the voice of sanity in this field.
  11. Keep the posts coming, always informative.
  12. I believe that 'Patras' and 'Koryntha' (dark red veins on light green ground) are the only P-K decors known by their original name. The original labels have survived on vases now in museums - one is ...
  13. FAB-U-LOUS ! I think the underlying decor (greyish-white veining on a dark violet ground) is called 'Patras'.
  14. Thanks Malkey.
  15. Ales, tentative attribution of the 'spots & threads' decor to P-K is possibly due to the rim treatment typical of this glashutte found on the yellow version of this decor. See the PMC Band IV.396-398...
  16. Oops, wrong link. Try this:
  17. Same shape, 19 cm tall, not UV reactive; Passau attributes this decor to P-K:
  18. Got it. I would add that the P-K vase in red threads and lime green is very thick and heavy; highly UV reactive too.
  19. Sent just now. Can you email me the Item Number of the 'Koryntha' piece for sale. Thanks.
  20. Ales - You are welcome to use the photo. What is your email address ? I'll send you more photos. Can you point me to where the 'Koryntha' vase is on offer ?
  21. Ales - the P-K vase in red veins and lime green is mine !!! I've also seen it in the 'Koryntha' decor. If you want some close-up photos let me know ?
  22. Ales (& Ivonne) - approximately when do you think they were manufactured ?
  23. Welcome back fellow Marmopalista ! I hope you find one in purple - the least common in this decor.
  24. Another great addition to your fab collection.
  25. Superb.
  26. I'm probably well wide of the mark, but the mouth and neck have a Poschinger-esque look to them.
  27. Super; looking forward to viewing them 'up-close and personal'.
  28. I really like the rim shape on this one.
  29. Looks great amongst those Daffs !
  30. Absolutely splendid !
  31. And NSW won State of Origin !
  32. Obrigado, Malkey.
  33. Super: looks like a giant Christmas Tree decoration !
  34. The base looks like a slime trail..............
  35. You're welcome Bill.
  36. For what it's worth my Kralik 'Helios' isn't UV reactive. It would look good with a lit candle perched on the ledge.
  37. Fritz Heckert, Otto Thamm design c. 1903. See S. Zelasko's book page 198.
  38. Nice ! Any idea who decorated the 'marbled' version ? Harrach perhaps ?
  39. Another stranded jellyfish !
  40. I'd like a date with this palm...
  41. Delightful.
  42. This one definitely grows on you.
  43. That was my assumption too.
  44. Possibly a Kralik piece decorated by Carl Hosch ?
  45. Ales - is the vase UV reactive ?
  46. Sooper dooper !
  47. Amazing rhizomes in your garden !
  48. Do you propagate these from seed or take cuttings ?
  49. How about a photo comparison of the mouth and base of each piece ?
  50. Thanks for the appreciation, Larksel and Ironlace.
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