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San Francisco Bay Area, California

I have been collecting Bohemian glass, mostly Rindskopf, Kralik and Loetz, for over fourteen years. I find it so intriguing and beautiful. It all started when I saw I have been collecting Bohemian glass, mostly Rindskopf, Kralik and Loetz, for over fourteen years. 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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Fritz Heckert Marmopal Vase in Green - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik 'Soft Crackle' Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf Pepita Folded Bowl, c.1905 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz 'Schaum' Glass Vase, c. 1935 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz PN I-7302 c.1898 in an Unusual Color - Art Glassin Art Glass
Japanese Kutani-style Glass vase c. 1880 attrib. to Harrach - Art Glassin Art Glass
Early Loetz Gilt Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rare Legras 'Delft' Hyacinth Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Tischer, Karlsbad Enameled Vase with Prunus and Bees, c. 1890 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Crete Chiné Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. These are lovely, Lesley - very nice examples!
  2. Thank you, Tony! I appreciate it!
  3. Thanks so much, Sammy! :)
  4. Wow - what a gorgeous piece! Just stunning!!
  5. Terrific pictures, Malkey! I really enjoy seeing them. Thank you for sharing them! :)
  6. Thank you Volkmar, for the terrific additional information! It is interesting that is was also produced as a cypern decor. That is a great example on CW. I appreciate your help and information!
  7. Thank you very much Kai; I wish I owned a copy of her book!
  8. Thank you very much, Alan! I appreciate your kind comment! :)
  9. My pleasure, kivatinitz, and thanks!
  10. Thanks so much, Anik!
  11. Malkey, I am so glad you like it! Thank you! And you know, I think you are right - the surface reminds me somehow of the surface of the moon, so your meteorite idea is right on! But I can see it as li...
  12. This is a really interesting one, Peggy. I have never seen one like it! The shape and texture are very interesting - I really like it!
  13. artfoot, I have been following Gebruder Funk for years, and have a folder of images of their pieces. I add to it whenever I come across a new example. I really like the spatter of your stepped vase - ...
  14. Thank you, Peggy! I really like the rim shape, too - it reminds me of shapes in an old stained glass window, for some reason. :)
  15. Thank you, Malkey! I am so sorry to hear about your Rindskopf!! I think something like that happens to all of us at one time (okay, maybe not the falling in the water part!) I was once holding a large...
  16. IronLace, those sound like nice examples - I am glad you can put a name to them now!
  17. Thanks so much antiquerose & Anik - I am glad you like it!! :)
  18. Thank you, Sean! :)
  19. Thank you, Peggy - I really do love this one, and I am glad you like it, too! :)
  20. Thanks ho2cultcha!
  21. Thanks so much, Karen! :)
  22. Thank you Bill, I appreciate it!
  23. What a gorgeous, gorgeous piece. A sea of blues - just wonderful!
  24. Thanks so much, Kevin! I am so glad you think so!
  25. Thank you, Anik - I am glad you like it!
  26. Malkey, thank you so much for your lovely comment - I missed your wonderfully descriptive writing!
  27. Wow - unusual shape! What a nice example! Thanks for sharing it. :)
  28. Lovely! Very much like an iris - perfect for spring! :)
  29. Beautiful, Ivonne! I really like the soft earth colors on this one. :)
  30. (I wanted to add that some examples of Kralik's pampas decor do have very wide banding, while others are much narrower, so to me, this does fall within that range.)
  31. This is a lovely bowl! I believe it is by Kralik, and the decor is kind of in between their their pampas and bacillus decors (which both varied quite widely), and not Rindskopf. You can see this most ...
  32. A very pretty piece, inky - I really like the dark red enamel against the beautiful blue!
  33. A wonderful piece of glass, Warren. The red against the opalescent white is really unusual, and very beautiful.
  34. Thank you, Trey! :)
  35. The detail images are terrific - thank you for posting them. They show the intricate quality of the glass so well. This is a beauty, Warren!
  36. Hi burnze, I'd love to see a picture of yours! And yes, they would be from the same time period. :)
  37. Thank you, Trey!
  38. Oh my - gorgeous!!
  39. There is something about this shape that I just love! I want to add one to my collection. Love the red!
  40. sklo, I have missed so much in the last few months here on CW - wow - what eye candy I am seeing! I don't know where to even start. But as usual, you have posted some beautiful pieces. I love the con...
  41. Ian, I have never seen this one in pink before, and I love it! What a great find! :)
  42. So beautiful Alan - I can't believe you have three now! Such a nice grouping, too.
  43. Gorgeous! I was just looking at examples of Loetz Arcadia today, and here is your post, with a beauty! This is a really lovely example - the enamel work is so well done.
  44. Hi jymmyp, thank you very much! I have some new examples that I plan to add to CW soon. Thanks for the link!
  45. Kai, your research into early Loetz has expanded the known Loetz decors dramatically; I am with Kevin (vetraio) wholeheartedly - thank you!!
  46. Wonderful vases, Kai! The cut faceting on the second vase is amazing, as are the inclusions. Thanks for posting these!
  47. Hi Mac, I completely understand! I have become much more focused and selective in my collecting, too. I also need to sell some of my other pieces to make more room. I have seen pictures of your home, ...
  48. Mac, it is great to see you here again! Your new vase is a really wonderful example of cephalonia. The patina at the neck is really nice. And showing it off with your new serpent stand is brilliant - ...
  49. It is a beauty Craig, and looks wonderful in your collection, I love the last photo showing the sizes - it really is huge! :)
  50. Thanks, Sammyz - I'll have to look for some examples of that! :)
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