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Michelleb007

Michelleb007

San Francisco Bay Area, California

I have been collecting Bohemian glass, mostly Rindskopf, Kralik and Loetz, for well over fifteen years now. I find it so intriguing and beautiful. It all started wheI have been collecting Bohemian glass, mostly Rindskopf, Kralik and Loetz, for well over fifteen years now. I find it so intriguing and beautiful. It all started when I saw (and then purchased) my first piece of Loetz - a beautiful little double gourd vase. I always love to learn more from others, and to share in the joy of our latest finds! (Read more)

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White Riedel Perfume with Enameled Flowers - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz PN III Dunkelblau glatt vase with white enameling - Art Glassin Art Glass
Enameled Baccarat Opaline Vase with Roses - Art Glassin Art Glass
Harrach Enameled Glass Vase in the Arts & Crafts Style - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf Lithyalin Hexagonal Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Tube Vase PNII-7399 'Candia gewalzt mit Silber', c.1910 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Rubin Matte Iris Vases with Silver Overlay - Art Glassin Art Glass
Riedel Ruby Red Vase with Gilt - Art Glassin Art Glass
Tiny Riedel Glass Perfume, c. 1890 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Green Metallin Vases with Alvin Sterling Silver Overlay - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Congratulations on a very special anniversary in your new home! You list wonderful things to celebrate. I am so happy for you - it is always a pleasure to see your posts here on CW!
  2. Wow Phil, you've been on a roll! This is a terrific piece!
  3. Oh my goodness Phil, these are gorgeous! Thanks for mentioning them in your other post - I hadn't seen them! What a beautiful pair. I completely agree with you that they feel dynamic. I especially lik...
  4. Wow, what a beauty, Phil!
  5. The rim is terrific! Tricky is a good description, I’d say. :)
  6. My pleasure! I have enjoyed seeing your glass here on CW! :)
  7. larksel, I just have to tell you that I keep coming back to look at these; they are absolutely gorgeous. There is just something really special about this color...
  8. Hi Lichnowsky, in recent months I have done a bit more looking into this decor, and found a great post by Warren Galle about this decor being a Wilms design that I think you'd like to see. You can fin...
  9. Beautiful examples and a great post, Craig!
  10. Very nice - I don’t think the pitchers are seen very often, either!
  11. Thank you, Lichnowsky, I am looking forward to reading your posts!
  12. Thank you, inky! I am glad you think so! :)
  13. Oh inky, this is just so stunning. The work that went into its decoration is just amazing. It will look gorgeous in your collection! Let me know if you ever find out who did the enameling, too!
  14. Thanks so much, Peggy! I am so glad you like them. I like collecting little vases like these, because I can display them all together on a small shelf. I think of them as my little jewels! :)
  15. Well, the Czech glass makes sense, then! But yes, I never ever thought of their being Czechs in Texas! Good luck for you and your research! :)
  16. Wow! That is a big one!! It looks super with your collection, Craig. I am amazed at the Bohemian glass you are finding in your new state! :)
  17. Thank you, Ales! :)
  18. What an amazing piece, Sammyz!!
  19. Thank you, Mrstyndall!
  20. Thank you, Sammy; I am glad you like it! :)
  21. It has attributes of both, I'd say, so that may be a tough one! :)
  22. Thanks so much, Peggy! :)
  23. What a lovely trio, Ales! I love Rindskopf, and would like to add a vase in this shape to my collection - and you have three, all in beautiful decors!
  24. Thanks so much for this post! To me, the particular shades of pink/peach and green in these vases is so distinctive, that the combination just calls out Welz to me. As always, it is terrific to see yo...
  25. Lovely! And how special that, considering they are so delicate, a pair has survived all these years, too!
  26. I agree, the rim is such a gorgeous color. So much is going on here, and it all works together so well!
  27. Oh Peggy, this is very unusual! I have never seen one in these colors before - wonderful! (It reminds me of citrus!)
  28. Thanks, Kevin! :)
  29. Thank you, Bambus! :)
  30. Very unusual, Phil! I love these colors.
  31. Thank you Wow22 - I always enjoy learning something new about glass, too!
  32. Thanks, Kevin!
  33. Thank you, sklo - I am so glad you like it! :)
  34. Thank you, Lauren!
  35. Peggy, I have seen all sorts of things mis-attributed at Passau. It is an amazing place, and generally very accurate, but no one can be right 100% of the time, so I just think it shouldn't be used as ...
  36. Lovely! This was definitely made in Bohemian, in my opinion. Thanks for sharing it!
  37. Hi Judy! I do know you from our fb groups. I am glad my post was helpful, and I will let you know if I see any perfumes with Loebel’s mark. Thanks for your kind comments on my vase, too!
  38. The portrait is so exquisitely painted! I love it, and can see why Peggy is in love with it. What a terrific find, Craig!
  39. Thank you Ales - that is an interesting discussion on the red vs green coloration; perhaps mine is Diluvium after all!
  40. Craig, you just made me laugh out loud - maybe I’ll do that! :)
  41. Thanks, Ales, I will go take a look at your example. The reason I hesitate to call mine diluvium is due to the lack of green (more like greenish-tan) coloring. But it could be that it was just blende...
  42. Great to know, Ales - thanks for all of the information! Jericho, your vase is really gorgeous and unusual. I love to see pieces like this!
  43. 21 other decor examples!? Wow! And this one is such a vibrant color - beautiful! :)
  44. Oh this is very, very beautiful, Bambus!
  45. What a terrific post! I *loved* seeing your collection, Peggy! Your have your pieces wonderfully displayed, and seeing them all together just strikes home the diversity of Welz's production. And your ...
  46. Hi IronLace, thank you! I remember yours! Thanks for reminding me of it. I just went to look it up in my book, and your vase is PNII-7470 and was made for Tschernich & Co., Haida from 1911-1914. If yo...
  47. Thanks so much, Malkey! :)
  48. Thank you Sklo - I feel very lucky to have this one! :)
  49. jscotto, thanks so much! :)
  50. The colors in this piece are just amazing - your second photo of the glass in detail is mesmerizing! I hope you really enjoy that glass of wine! :)
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