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Bohemian Art Glass
Loetz Art Glass
5 years ago
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Thanks for the additional posts. Very enlightening. I'm not at all interested in any glass politics, but am always glad to read well presented and well supported information - Then, as an adult, I c...
Thank you for following up. Very informative.
Thank you so much! I have seen such pieces shown in Image 3 but never seen an attribution. I am grateful for this information.
Thank you for posting. I've never seen a flower tree before!!
Could you please clarify which image has the Japanese baskets? Also, I would love to see a separate post comparing the Welz lines and spots decor with Vinetta Kristal. Or indeed, Kralik and Aarhus. ...
Might be worth looking into Smith's Old Timer vases, Arkansas - mid century
Magnificent! Lucky you.
Looks really awesome. 2 euro for that beauty - makes me weep!
That's 'ditto' from me about the canes on the base.
Very striking example of bambus. Well done!
Thank you. I know little about Poschinger and enjoyed this post.
I didn't realise tulips were once so prized. So interesting.
OMG. What a score. I have NEVER EVER seen this Welz shape. Only familiar with the Loetz tulip version...
https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/122669-welz-harlequin-spatter-vase?in=441-activity I have seen it more frequently in the blue/turquoise harlequin spatter.
You're on a Welz roll...
Welz shape and decor. Love these.
Definitely looks like Loetz, but would not be signed with 'L'
Rindskopf, as in comment 1.
Actually, is that last link a slightly different shape, where the lobes run right into the neck, like this one?: https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/292947-victorian-welz-spatter-glass-vase?in=4...
There's this one too in a Welz decor: https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/171115-welz-candy-stripe-pink-footed-tripod-lob And how about this?: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Spangled-Spatter-Case...
Thanks for going to such trouble with photo updates to steer me away from pink! I'm not usually a basket fan, but the new decor is great. I continue to learn so much from your ever expanding Welz co...
So now the photo 3 you have substituted appears to have a clear base, but the decor looks even more like pink and white (definitely), lol. Am I the only one seeing pink here??
The base in photo 3 looks amber to me, but it may be a photographic illusion. I don't know - this just screams pink and white swirl to me, but you are the one with the piece in hand. I hope you don'...
Very interesting. So this is definitely orange and yellow, not the more usual pink and white swirl cased in amber?? Sorry if it's a stupid question.....
Last photo provides a very convincing comparison. Thanks.
So it's not just oxblood and pink? It's purple?
Final vase in Comment 1 appears to be the same shape too, although I haven't seen this decor in person.
It is my understanding the shape was produced in 3 sizes. (I own 2 of them).
The shape in this post is not seen often but I have seen it in decors which have, until recently, been solidly identified as Kralik. (There is now some evidence growing about Steinwald production.) ...
Yes, those feet are like plasticine rolled by a distracted kindergarten child. An exquisite contrast with the beautifully formed bowl.
And the other half of the job lot??
Thank you Michelle
Very special vase. Drooling. What year approx?
It has 6 sides, so is hexagonal, not octagonal. You may like to amend your title.
Particularly nice in photo 2, methinks.
(Didn't mean that pun)
Nodding in furious agreement. The coloured handle lifts the piece. Love it!
Never seen this decor. It's great!
A Christmas feast, minus the cholesterol. Thank you!
And hopefully a photo of the Christmas-theme glass to follow...
An extraordinary post. Thank you. (Perhaps you might like to re-assemble the entire exhibition for us!!)
These are magnificent!
Lovely. Similar enamelling here: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/ORIGINAL-ANTIQUE-ART-NOUVEAU-LOETZ-LUNA-BOWL-AUSTRIA-BOHEMIAN-ART-GLASS-1900/184557458956?hash=item2af87b560c:g:r~QAAOSwhkJdUAjZ&frcectu...
So, how tall is it please?
:) So - likely a tourist vase after all. It's very pretty and the colour very subtle compared with the usual bold greens and reds.
I think it IS a town's name. The language is Hungarian I believe. See the last link I provided above.
I love these Riedel secessionist-enamelled vases too.
Looks like Iglófüred. Quick googling kept referencing Slovakia?????
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