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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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Mirrored Pair of Baccarat Opaline Vases with Birds - Art Glassin Art Glass
Pallme-König Iridescent Bowl, c.1900 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf Or Egermann Lithyalin Hexagonal Vases - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Candia Chiné Shell, c.1897-1902 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz 'Bronce' Vase Group - Various PN's - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Orange Astglas Vase, PN II-661, 1897 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf Oil Spot Vase with Tadpoles - Art Glassin Art Glass
Enameled Loetz 'Aventurin' Bottle with Stopper - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf Vase in a Rarely Seen Color - Art Glassin Art Glass
Fritz Heckert Opalescent Enameled Vase, Signed - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. I had no idea you had such a wonderful selection of these tulips! I have only one, and really enjoy it. I love all of the variations you have! And your garden looks lovely, of course!
  2. I love the blue with such a beautiful silver overlay; I agree, Capri makes me think of the Greek isle and the Mediterranean Sea, too.
  3. Thank you Penny, and for the little nudge I needed, too! ;)
  4. Thank you, slpprs; I am so glad you like them!
  5. Thanks so much kivatinitz - me too! :)
  6. What a stunning bowl, ironlace! Your photos are wonderful, too. I also have Penny to thank for quite a few pieces; isn’t she a sweetheart? :)
  7. Great example and I agree, a nice size, too!
  8. I wanted to add that I think the same decorator may have done my vases with the roses, which I bought from the Netherlands, and this pair, from Australia. They are the exact same shade of pale yellow ...
  9. I love the colors on these! Terrific group shot, too!
  10. Scott, thanks so much!
  11. Thank you Peggy; I agree! :)
  12. Thanks so much Penny! :)
  13. How sweet! I love these Peggy! :)
  14. How wonderful to have a complete set like this from your grandparents!
  15. Thank you kivatinitz!
  16. Thanks so much Marin! It is a bit unusual to find squares in this era, and I agree with your comment about what is 'modern' too!
  17. Bambus1920, thank you! I am so glad you like it. :)
  18. What an amazing piece!! I love the pink and blue together. I don't think I would have realized it was Loetz at first. It's gorgeous, Sammyz!
  19. Thanks so much Wow22!
  20. Thank you Sammyz - me too!
  21. Thanks so much, Karen! I am so glad you like it! :)
  22. Thank you slppers, I was just telling my daughter the same thing! But I don't think 120 years means much to a 9 year old! ;)
  23. Thanks so much Marty! I love the iridescence, too; even the inside is flashed! :)
  24. Thanks Kevin!! :)
  25. The detail is amazing! Thanks for sharing it with us, Malkey! :)
  26. Thanks so much, kivatinitz! :)
  27. Thanks Ales; I value your opinion! :)
  28. Wonderful glass and very helpful pictures! :)
  29. Beautiful! It is an unusual shape, but the teal green color and feathering is Rindskopf. You have such a great eye, Marin!
  30. I was just about to say Legras as well. So many of their spatter pieces like this go unidentified, but we have great information on them - even shape names and numbers. I have two Legras catalog PDFs ...
  31. What an amazing color!! I love it!
  32. Thank you Marin! I definitely see the similarities, but yours has the best setting, by far! :)
  33. Beautiful, Marin! It almost looks like it is even growing out of the ground! I have a similar vase that is more angular, and believe it is by Kralik. Whoever made yours, it is a lovely piece of glass!...
  34. Malkey, I am so glad you like it - thanks! :)
  35. Thanks so much Peggy! :)
  36. Hi Ales, I personally never thought these, or the millefiori decor, were by Rindskopf, so I am happy to see another potential maker of these! :)
  37. Beautiful, and so delicate!
  38. This sounds wonderful! I love Austin Powers, too! I agree they should make a movie of this one, Marin. :)
  39. Happy birthday Malkey!! It is great to hear from you. Beautiful glass, as always! :)
  40. Thanks so much, kivatinitz!
  41. Thank you, IronLace!
  42. Roycroftbooksfromme1, thank you very much! I am glad you think so.
  43. I love everything about this post. I love your chair, your desk, and now I have to go research some pencils! I love what you wrote about them. And then there is the art! I thought it was wonderful, an...
  44. Thanks so much Peggy! I have always wanted to get them together for a group photo, so thanks for your inspiration!
  45. What a stunning vase, Ales!
  46. What a lovely post! Being true to yourself is they key to happiness, and I am so glad you have made it to where you are in life. I wish more people could have such a positive outlook. I have always en...
  47. Thanks so much Peggy! But so have you! :) I do love the color; I was lucky to get this one!
  48. It goes perfectly with your daffodils!!
  49. Thank you all so much! I am so glad you like it, too. And Peggy - yes, Rindskopf is still my favorite; I am always on the hunt for a new decor! Waiting for the right one to come along takes patience, ...
  50. This is a *beautiful* bowl!! I love all of it - even the interior just softly glows!
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