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bohemianglassandmore

Washington, DC

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I collect Bohemian glass from all periods from Historicism through Art Deco. Main interests are Loetz, Kralik, Rindskopf and Harrach, but there are so many more thatI collect Bohemian glass from all periods from Historicism through Art Deco. Main interests are Loetz, Kralik, Rindskopf and Harrach, but there are so many more that deserve our attention! I also enjoy research and love a good glass mystery. I collaborate with an international group of collectors and have great fun doing it! (Read more)

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Harrach, Neuwelt "Hekla" Carafe, PN 1902/1, ca. 1900-1905 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz maigrün m. schwarz Ausführung 162 Vase, st PN III-601, ca. 1915 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Cobalt Papillon Rosewater Sprinkler, PN I-7753 (II-639), ca. 1900 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Tirol Glas Lötz "Perloptik" Bowl, Rolf Eugen Rehfeld design, with original label, ca. 1950 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz two-handled Vase with Green Cabochons, ca. 1903 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Creta Glatt vase with pulled handles, design for Bakalowits, ca. 1903 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Signed Glasfachschule Steinschönau (Kamenicky Šenov) Enameled Glass Vase, ca. 1910 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Huge Loetz Creta Papillon Tulip Vase, PN I-7981/14", ca. 1899 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Bohemian Glass bowl, maker unknown, ca. 1900s - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz "Esmeralda" Egg-Shaped vase, PN II-1475, ca. 1904 - Art Glassin Art Glass

Comments

  1. Well done, Phil! Great piece!
  2. Wonderful find!
  3. That is a good thought, Ales - Aurora is described as a pink opal, and that certainly fits. Thank you - that has been driving me crazy. :)
  4. EZa, 6.5" tall x 5.5" wide
  5. Thank you! If you mean the vase on the front row right - the color of that one is actually "maron" or "chestnut" - it's a little lighter than bronze. The other two one the front row are in the bronze ...
  6. Never seen it before, Al - nice find. I'm looking for it - I wonder if it isn't for Bruder Rachmann? Thanks for posting
  7. Thank you for your insight :)
  8. I have to go back and look, but I think it's bronze.
  9. Ales, that would make more sense to me, given the production number of I-7987, which is close in sequence to PN I-7951. Wonderful vase, by the way!
  10. Jill - stay tuned. :)
  11. Would love to see that one, Brian!
  12. Beautiful, Michelle!
  13. Beautiful, Ales - would you characterize the first one as candia Diaspora goldiris?
  14. Excellent, Volkmar! Congrats!
  15. I have one in Candia with Cobalt in this shape
  16. You've been a busy lad :) Great piece!
  17. Very cool!
  18. I don't think so, Marty - it doesn't seem like it would work for that purpose.
  19. Kai, I don't think so - unless there are some photos I missed. The cobalt blue examples on Loetz.com are molded Diaspora.
  20. Al, the biggest revelation of this discovery is that it appears that there are no Pink Diasporas! All of them are Orbulin (unless someone can produce one that is made like the green and candia ones are)
  21. Great example you have, Ales! Now, my goal is to find a green one out there some day.
  22. Not familiar with that, Jericho- do you have any photos of that decor?
  23. I think so, Kevin - the inside of this piece still has a flowery potpourri scent.
  24. I'm glad you got it, Al - I watched it forever, sitting on the fence... anyway - it's a great little piece, but as Ales points out, it's the even more uncommon "Ficher" signature. A nice rare little p...
  25. I believe the shape is III-1107/15. Look in the back of Cantz, page 578.
  26. Thanks, Ales - your vase looks great, too - I love this decor. Much easier to appreciate in person.
  27. It's a great decor - and yours is a nice example - thanks for sharing
  28. I got photos of two that are in Passau.
  29. Thanks, Deb - I think we all knew it was out there - we just needed to find a documented example for verification.
  30. Thanks -I've seen the Brohan - I have the Ketterer catalogue at home - I'll look it up tonight.
  31. Probably so, Marty - the neck is so narrow that it couldn't hold more than one stem, and a thin one at that.
  32. Thank you both for those additional examples. I agree that for PK, it doesn't get much better than this decor, and there are plenty of great ones that they executed!
  33. Jericho, that would be an awful lot of caviar! :) The bowl is about 9" across!
  34. This export mark was used by Carl Hosch, Haida
  35. Kai, I noticed that one- I have a copy of that image in my folder also. It is also on a confirmed PN I-1808.
  36. larksel, Thank you for posting that example!
  37. Thanks for sharing this example - it has those mysterious little dark spots that we see occasionally. I'm still trying to figure out what that technique is called.
  38. Fantastic early Loetz piece, Aleš! Congratulations
  39. Dimensions? There are three. (j/k) :) This piece is about 4.5" tall. As to the metal mount and Bakalowits questions, I don't know. The vase sits quite level and flat on its base, so I don't think i...
  40. Will do :)
  41. Lesley, happens a lot, actually :)
  42. Al, for the lamp, see PN III-1260 Love them all - Warren
  43. Interesting, Deb - I didn't think of them as elephants until you mentioned it - I suppose they could be stylized elephant heads :)
  44. Brian, you should have seen what was inside it, and how tricky it was to remove it. :)
  45. I've been working on him for a while to get this one :)
  46. I have just the spot(s) for this one :)
  47. Sweet jewelry box! The Buddha not too shabby either. :)
  48. Alas, I wish it were in 'Mint' condition - but at least the parts, they are all there. :) There are a couple of heat checks, but nothing glaringly obvious.
  49. True, Sammy - there are a lot of risks associated with attaching hot pieces of glass to each other, and having them protrude out so much. This one isn't perfect, but the handles at least have stayed i...
  50. Hi, Antony - responded on Facebook
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