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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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Loetz Phänomen Genre 8058, PN I-8058, ca. 1900 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Imperial Lead Lustre Vase, Shape # 643, ca. 1925 - a previously unknown decor - Art Glassin Art Glass
Channeling Schneider: Kralik as you've never seen it before... - Art Glassin Art Glass
Steinschönau (Kamenicky Senov) Enameled Glass Bowl, ca. 1915 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Tango Glass Vase, Amethyst with silver decoration, PN III-2225 (1 wirtel), ca. 1925 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Yellow Ribbed Lotus Flower Bowl and Cobalt Silberiris Underplate, ca. 1920 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Crystal with Green Spreading "schiefgewaltzt" with Crystal Drips, st PN II-6169, ca. 1908 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Saatgrün (Seed Green) Glatt Glass Vase, PN II-7914, ca. 1911 - possible Hofstötter form - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Bronze Phänomen Genre 29 mini/midi Jugendstil glass vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Art Nouveau Pulled Feather Opal Glass Vase, maker unknown, ca. 1910 - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. Not in this case, but it was a good question, because there are paper patterns where such differing details ARE shown in the same pattern. PN II-1/680, for example, shows a bowl with drips and differe...
  2. Wow22, definitely inter-war, as the Kralik firm did not survive after WWII. Many of the ethnic Germans who worked there wound up at the Gral glass works in Germany. Stylistically, it is very similar t...
  3. Wow22, I think the paper pattern just got clipped, and it was scanned as is.
  4. Kevin, I think it was made in the heart of a dying star with material left over from the forging of Thor's hammer. My second guess would be Eleonorhain. :)
  5. I will sure try, Marty :)
  6. DEK I/12 it is, and a nice one, too - such good condition of the enamel decoration and the handles, when so much could have gone wrong over the years! Congratulations on such a fine example.
  7. The Pfauenauge at Bonhams that went for $10K was actually a Tiffany piece.
  8. A good thought, Brian, but I haven't found the shape on any other Schliersee pieces, or in the published Schliersee catalog pages.
  9. Which is why I had to have it! :)
  10. Great box - have you considered Fratelli Toso? The technique is a dead ringer.
  11. Superb example, Kai - it has everything - shape, color, and decoration - Well done!
  12. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of you as well!
  13. A good thought Sammy. Some of the shape references are in line with that possibility.
  14. Wow22, they are 4" tall.
  15. Wonderful display - great design. :) Congratulations on a fine collection.
  16. How did I not see this when you first posted it? Spectacular!
  18. Dainty is right - the piece is rather diminutive also, at just over 4" tall.
  19. I believe this combination of colors is referred to as "Amethyst mattiris m. tropfen" - the PN is III-2017 according to the catalogue page in the back of Ricke 2.
  20. So good! Especially with the paper label :)
  21. Josephine Glassworks (Josephinenhütte), same time frame.
  22. Hello, Kai - thanks for those thoughts. As to the Series II possibility, we see now that Series II-1053 is already spoken for (a beaker/tumbler combination). I also recognize the possibility of an ana...
  23. Just under 6" tall
  24. Nice enameling on that one
  25. Sammyz, I did another post with photo of the shade when lit- check it out!
  26. Phänomen Genre 2/314 - a bit better than Tango! :)
  27. Steve - "innen Silber" (interior silver iridescence) appears at least as early as 1896-1897 - see PN I-6728. You usually see it in bowls, lamp shades, and vases with a flared or wide opening.
  28. I would say it's matte. As to the date - it references "orders placed after 1914" - so yes, it's quite possible it was produced pre-WWI. Could also have been made after.
  29. Could be?
  30. Thea innen Silber PG 6289
  31. Alan, It's about 4.5" tall, and perhaps a smidge wider.
  32. Thanks, Volkmar - it was a case of being at the right place at the right time :)
  33. Thanks, Deb - I agree - the thing I really like about it is that the oil spot decoration doesn't cover up too much of that glorious metallic yellow!
  34. This one is not marked.
  35. Way to wear him down :)
  36. If you ever get tired of it, Frank.... :)
  37. Bergblau?
  38. Nice, large example, Alan - and the metal mount makes it extra special. Enjoy!
  39. Very neat little item!
  40. Beautiful piece all the way around - nice add to your collection.
  41. Love the loops on the sides. This is probably my favorite color combo for this decor.
  42. Thanks, Rick - I love the closeup pic - it's interesting how the application of the oil spots seems to affect the combed threads beneath - kind of pushes them outwards. Glass making is a fascinating a...
  43. Yeah, Kevin... now I'm done for a while! :)
  44. I don't think so, Jeff. His original design drawing was for a lamp shade, which Loetz reproduced the shape of rather faithfully, but his decor designation was a rough sketch only - little more than po...
  45. Steve, if it is green at all (I know I said May green).... it very well could just be melusin with a greenish tint. All through the Cantz book when there is a pale green titania layer, it is just refe...
  46. Hi Steve - The other colors are mentioned in the Series II book - PN II-8652, for example, lists makart, rot, and schwarz as ground colors for Ausf 146. There is also an enticing description for a...
  47. Fortunately for me, the price was still quite reasonable. :) The red one in the last photo is another matter. That one was a steal of a deal. :)
  48. Rick, he did know they were Loetz, because he saw Kai's article on (it is a pair of green bowls)
  49. All III-2410, correct. It isn't always true that different sizes have the same PN, but it is true in this case.
  50. Yes we do, Rick - never stop learning is my motto :)
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 Snapphane Glasbruk 98" Swedish Lavender Art Glass Vase Signed Rindskopf Purple Iridized Marble Swirl Cabinet Vase Nouveau Kralik Tri Claw Ruffed Rim Green/White Opalescent Iridescent Vase Wood Shoes Form early 1900 STEUBEN VERRE DE SOIE VASE Emanuel Beranek, 1958, pattern 5869 for Skrdlovice Loetz Bronce Glatt c. 1900 DURAND GOLD IRIDESCENT VASE  c. 1925


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