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I principally collect Pallme-Koenig, Fritz Heckert and Schliersee art nouveau era glass.


  1. 10 1/2" high.
  2. Super bowl; I have an example which is about the same size but triangular in shape wirh cut and pulled 'handles'. Unfortunately the original name of this decor remains unknown until someone finds an e...
  3. Very unusual - looks like fitted dentures for a jellyfish!
  4. Does the middle vase (no. 46) in bottom photo read 'Jos. Rindskopf' ?
  5. Hilariously good, the bees are priceless.
  6. Why I never buy bottled water.
  7. Had a 'Hazy Jane' at Brewdog pub on Castlegate today.
  8. An unusual piece, good acquisition.
  9. Nice find, Marin. I've got a rather spiffing Schliersee piece headed my way, so please look out for it in a few days time.
  10. Thanks, Kai, for the additional information. You can buy a UV ('black light') torch/flashlight on Amazon for about $10; I find it very useful. The etching ink decor on the 'Aspasia' series by Schlie...
  11. Is the inner layer UV reactive? At first sight I thought this might be Schliersee?
  12. Too wit to woo.
  13. You'll need to buy an Ultra Violet torch to really appreciate this vase.
  14. I have a similar vase with 3 handles. Almost certainly P-K, and highly UV reactive under black light.
  15. Thanks IronLace and scottvez.
  16. That's an amazing collection you've got, Marin!
  17. Great collection, Alain. I hope this display is only temporary as that top shelf looks very precarious propped up on two cardboard boxes! Bonne Année.
  18. Very eclectic collection, beautifully displayed.
  19. Good collection of Goldberg you've got there.
  20. The many tiny pieces of furnace 'soot' embedded in the glass may indicate Kralik production.
  21. It looks just as good upside-down.
  22. Makes an awesome cloche!
  23. You must surely have the best glass collection in NSW!
  24. Small but perfectly formed; this is such a 'modern' looking decor that works so well in a square shape. FAB-U-LOUS.
  25. Looks like Kralik 'Draped' to me. A plain silver collar might work?
  26. Do you know who made this?
  27. Great find, and excellent photography as usual.
  28. 'Gay evil-doers' - whatever next!
  29. Very nice display, and juxtaposition with Ruckl pieces.
  30. I like it, especially with those Daffs!
  31. You have good taste.
  32. Another great find, Ales.
  33. I think Kralik 'martele' also.
  34. Nice photos but I must disagree with the blanket attribution to Kralik. Surely the top left photo contains Welz pieces: 'maze' (green) and 'spiraloptisch' (red)? There is a profound difference between...
  35. Ales, I have several photos of lamp shades attributed to P-K at Passau. PM me if you need copies.
  36. Great purchase; FH bowls like this are quite rare.
  37. So 'Art Deco' it positively proclaims itself!
  38. Spectacular!
  39. Given that E. Steinwald was founded in 1870, one can only speculate as to what they produced pre-WW1 that is attributed to other glassworks!
  40. The Cullens bought it as Steinwald?
  41. Looks exactly like the edible crystallised fruit my mother used as decoration on a Christmas cake. Yummy!!!
  42. Alain - looking forward to seeing your new Heckert when it arrives. There's quite a nice TH61 for sale on eBay at the moment.
  43. It looks like a giant Belgian praline chocolate!
  44. "Weird scenes inside the gold mine".
  45. Super vase, Malkey, but wasn't the 'Likely Lads' set in the "Latin Quarter" of Doncaster?
  46. That crimp is to die for (metaphorically speaking of course)!
  47. 'The revolution will be no re-run, brothers. The revolution will be LIVE"!
  48. Great backdrop. Good to see Newcastle Falcons back in the Premiership next season.
  49. Thank you both for your input. I still err towards Kralik in attributing this piece but will keep an open mind.
  50. Thanks charcoal, I agree the shape does suggest Rückl as possible maker, although I'd like to see this decor on another shape. The veins do stand out from the surface rather than lie under a layer of ...
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