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Vintagefran

Hi Everyone, My interests include Art Glass, Victorian glass, Carvings &'general curios.

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Antique cut glass bowl - Glasswarein Glassware
Frosted glass decanter  - Bottlesin Bottles
Victorian salt - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz square pink striped pot - Art Glassin Art Glass
Small art nouveau vase, Kralik? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Mystery vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Green veined flower vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik? Veined dish - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz glass - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz life light - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Hi freiheit. It's beautiful. I'd guess it's Bohemian but I'm sure someone more knowledgeable will know. May I ask what size it is? I have a green vase I posted last week which looks exactly the same s...
  2. Lovely. To have two different in sizes even better.
  3. Hi IronLace. What an eloquent description, for an elegant decanter :) Thank you. It's older than I thought.
  4. Hmm, perhaps it's Italian. I've just seen a Murano, Vincenzo Nason in similar colours with gold coloured foil.
  5. How sad two were broken. I don't think I've ever seen such a complete set. Agree with Manikin, really stunning!
  6. Lovely. Finding any new Welz makes me smile :) Love it's shape. The stripes look more defined than usual for this decor.
  7. Lovely. Nice that they're blue uranium glass.
  8. Yes indeed. I do hope they're OK!
  9. Thank you IronLace. It does have an '80's look. I wondered if it could be Japanese because of the foil, though I'm sure that's not exclusive to Japan.
  10. Thank you IronLace. Another to add to the collection. One day I'll do a photo shoot of same decors/ different shapes :)
  11. Beautiful. Love it. This type of glass is really growing on me.
  12. Beauties. I do like this decor. Considering it's just one colour it's very striking. Great shape!
  13. Thank you for the love & comments. I've seen a few things in this decor, IronLace, I used to have a ewer just like that, another thing I regretted selling, oh well, if I kept everything there'd be no ...
  14. Oh wow, Thank you Larksel. That price is a bit of wishful thinking surely. I wondered if it would've had a collar now I know :)
  15. What a Fabulous collection Peggy and displayed so well! Far from a bunch of generic miniatures, perhaps direct the author to these pages..
  16. How lovely and so tiny! The best things come in small packages:) I love how you can see the wood grain indented into the glass, it's little things like that are so endearing with old glass.
  17. What a score! Super
  18. Wow what an unusual and fantastic piece of glass.
  19. Ohh I Love this! Ive not seen a matte rainbow finish like it before.
  20. What a beautiful photo. The bust and glass both compliment each other.
  21. Lol. I love your description of pustules and other grossness. It's really weird and wonderful
  22. Wow what a giant! And so beautiful.
  23. Thank you for the love and comments everyone. I was pretty sure it wasn't Skrdlovice and hoped it's Japanese. I guess until one turns up with a label I won't know for sure...here's hopeing :)
  24. Thank you for all the love & comments everyone. Larksel, do you think it's by the same maker as yours? you lean towards Palme Koenig, interesting, I'm not overly bothered who made it, it would be nice...
  25. Hi Peggy, what a pair of beauties! Fabulous additions to your collection, which must be fairly sizeable :)
  26. Hi IronLace, what a great flea market find! I've not seen an acorn on glass like this before and the colour combinations unusual too. Fabulous!
  27. Thank you rickzog4. It is nice. Very tactile too :)
  28. Hi keramikos. Thank you for the info and links. I'd seen the first one but not the last one, thank you! I'd always thought of Nailsea as glass with a pulled feather patterns or loops in the glass, ju...
  29. Thank you MALKEY, I was admiring your fabulous collection earlier. I love your wall of glass!
  30. Hi Newfld, I didn't realise it was the Chinese year of the pig, it is timely :)
  31. Hi MALKEY, I must have missed this when it was posted. What a fantastic collection, beautifully displayed. Oh to spend time looking around your place, would be heaven. I'm in the process of re arrangi...
  32. H Peggy and IronLace, thank you for the comments. I agree with both of you. Peggy, they're so much alike surely they've gotta be by the same maker. IronLace, it does have a peloton look in places..fin...
  33. Wow! IronLace you have a collection to die for. The pelotons are my favourite, and still top my wish list.
  34. Hi Peggy, I love this! So, we have legs, feet and now knees?! Lol, I've never heard that before, very interesting. I didn't realise my vase isn't on here, I'll post it again. Mine also has a similar c...
  35. Hi kralik1928, thank you for the input. There are So many shapes similar to this it can be hard to tell an exact match. There's one pictured on Craigs kralikglass.com under kralik decors, different co...
  36. Hi Jericho, Great post! It's interesting to see all of these together. They have quite a distinctive look, both in their spatter and shapes. I notice you use the word 'confetti' not spatter. May I a...
  37. Hi Phil, agree, 'nibbled' doesn't cut it, 'chewed' would be a better description. It was only 50p so worth it for interest alone. I wondered Kralik or possible Rindskopf, they both produced a lot of g...
  38. Wow! What a Beauty Malkey. Your glass is always interesting and so often completely new to me, as is this.
  39. Thank you Ironlace & Malkey. It's nice to be back. I've missed yoü. I have lots of posts to catch up on (and a few to do) when I can. I'm so often away with only 3G access to the internet that i have ...
  40. Fabulous!
  41. I can see why you didn't pass him by. There's something special about hares. They can be quite rare to see in the UK. I've seen them 3 or 4 times and it's always a thrill.
  42. Stunning!
  43. Ooh I do love wall pocket vases. They're something I'm always looking out for. These are lovely.
  44. Thank you Scott and IronLace. I'd love to find who made it but not been able to, not even close, like comparing shape or colours, nothing :(
  45. Sublime. The nicest small vase I've seen!
  46. Lol. Great pics. It looks like a blast!
  47. Thank you MALKEY. So many layers of colour spatter. Enjoy your night off:) Peace & love to you. XxX
  48. Lovely. I've never seen one look so realistic!
  49. Hi Alan, this was my favourites too. I love the frame and spiral. Just out of curiosity do you know if any Petita or Grenada decors contain uranium?
  50. Hi Alan. Thank you for posting these for me and your kind words :) what an amazing collection you have, and this is just a part of it!? I can see why you love the decor so much, it's so luxurious to b...
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