Ivonne » collections

Ivonne

Ivonne

Poland

Polish collector ,mainly Polish pre-war pressed glass,but also lover of Bohemian art nouveau and art deco.

Posts

See all 139
Bohemian  Art Nouveau Cruet - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rose Bowl Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Art Nouveau Iridised Jug - Art Glassin Art Glass
Tango glass rocket vase - Art Decoin Art Deco
Franz Welz trio - Art Glassin Art Glass
Victorian?Bohemian?Glass Basket - Art Glassin Art Glass
Murano Studio Glass Venice - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz or Ruckl ?Welz!! - Art Glassin Art Glass
Franz Welz's six-lobed posy vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Incomplete pair of Welz fairy lamps - Art Glassin Art Glass

Comments

  1. The shape of the jug was quite popular, I guess, as we can see it made of different type of glass.It would be interesting to see yours,Thomas.
  2. Thank you,Mamakkbee for the comment.These photos are the only thing that remains .Sadly,the shelf with them collapsed and they all were broken :(
  3. It has a beautiful satin glow and looks as if it has been just produced.
  4. Hyalith glass?
  5. I love those old-fashioned gadgets.They usually have a formulaic painting but this one is much more elaborated
  6. I've just found my notice from a couple of years ago.I wrote down it is by Sandra Rich but I can't find any confirmation.
  7. Thanks,Peggy.Same to you.I wasn't well so I even didn't notice ...
  8. I'm afraid,I can't add anything more in a comment,except that this is something entirely new for me and unusual.
  9. I love most the last one but all of them are so joyful.
  10. All the best,Lisa:)
  11. Thank you ,kivatinitz,for the comment.I was lucky to get it after a long time of dry spell.
  12. Happy New Year Everyone!
  13. I like it very much!The peloton pieces look like cinnamon bark pieces or dates.
  14. Gorgeous collection,Alan!Happy New Year!
  15. Interesting mix of colours.Surely,they aren't dull.
  16. Happy Christmas,Rose!
  17. Merry Christmas,cameoboy!
  18. Pretty and interesting piece as usual.One part of the item seems to be battuto but I can't recognise if the other is cut.
  19. Beautiful and delicate mounting makes this vase.Very nice!
  20. Shisha = water pipe=hookah.
  21. IMO this is a glass part of shisa
  22. I'm sorry your lost,Lisa
  23. What can I add to the posts above?It's awesome.
  24. Thank you,Sammyz :)
  25. Michelle,thanks for the advice.It is comforting it is not only me who had troubles with posting :-)
  26. Thanks,MALKEY,for the comment,which is so positive as usual.All the best too :)
  27. That's a good idea,keramikos,thanks.I'll do this next time :)
  28. What a collection!Thanks for sharing:) This is also very informative if you can see so much glass of a kind in one place.
  29. Thank you everyonefor the loves:)
  30. Addicted?Thanks for understanding,philmac :)
  31. Thank you,Peggy.I'm keeping an eye for another one :)
  32. Thank you,Michelle,for the information.I've got two Riedel vases but with no markings.
  33. So cute! Could you,please ,explain the number on the bottom?
  34. It's in a very good condition.It must have been valuable for someone who was particular about it.
  35. They are beautifully contrasting : rims, colours and sizes.
  36. Welcome back on CW,Peggy:).
  37. Beautiful and interesting vase.Use a common and ordinary plant as a motif gives a striking effect.
  38. Thanks for sharing.Thanks to your post I recognised the same vase on a Polish bid site and I'm now happy to have it :)
  39. This is amazing colour!
  40. great photo of you!
  41. There's another Dolphin glass vase from a CW member https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/178318-dolphin-glass-japan-1960s
  42. I think the rubbed word is Sassnitz.This is the name of the biggest city of Rugen.The writing probably was' Sassnitz auf Rugen '.The jug is a souvenir from Rugen.
  43. Karen,The box is amazing!Another sample of Japanese creativity.
  44. Lucky you,Alan!
  45. Thank you,welzebub,for the article.Your work cannot be overestimated.
  46. A very beautiful pair!
  47. Thank you for all the loves:)
  48. Thank you,everyone,for clicking 'love' :)
  49. Thank you,Jennifer and Mrstyndall,for your kind words :)
  50. Very interesting design.I like amber but I 'm not very keen on the style Polish makers prefer. MTM are an exception.There's a link to a similar designer,maybe you'd be interested in http://www.zauli...
  51. See more

Likes

Please Help Identify this Decanter Glass plate PREDA  (?) Art Nouveau Glass Vase Generic sticker and 'how do they do that?' questions! L.E. Smith Bittersweet orange slag glass candy dish, missing lid antique glass cake stand Bohemian Rubina Verde Cut Vase Bizarre glass ashtrays? with woman LOETZ ? HEAVY ART DECO LARGE  CRAQUELE VASE Polish Jellyfish glass compote

Following

truthordare
posted 9 hours ago
Alan2310
posted 20 hours ago
Vintagefran
posted 4 days ago
valentino97
posted 6 days ago
SEAN68
posted 6 days ago
welzebub
posted 6 days ago
IronLace
posted 7 days ago
bohemianglassandmore
posted 9 days ago
melaniej
posted 12 days ago
sklo42
posted 23 days ago
racer4four
posted 1 month ago
antiquerose
posted 1 month ago
Anik
posted 3 months ago
kivatinitz
posted 4 months ago
mikelv85
posted 10 months ago
IanBrighton
posted 1 year ago
Vladimir
posted 1 year ago
ozmarty
posted 1 year ago
smiata
posted 1 year ago
Newtimes
posted 2 years ago
vetraio50
posted 2 years ago
jensen
posted 3 years ago
Moonstonelover21
posted 3 years ago
Zowie
posted 3 years ago
EnamelArt
posted 4 years ago
glassmadshaz
posted 4 years ago
See more