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Hello, My name is Charlie and I'm an art glass and lamp collector. I prefer Victorian Era of each but have strong interest in others eras too. I'm also hooked on glHello, My name is Charlie and I'm an art glass and lamp collector. I prefer Victorian Era of each but have strong interest in others eras too. I'm also hooked on glass fairy or candle lamps and brass/glass kerosene era parlor lamps. My current topic of study (with lots of help from others) is colored glassware manufactured by Ruckl, Vcelnicka and Victorian Era Oil Lamps. Thanks to everyone who posts on CW as information is always appreciated and informative. (Read more)

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Ruckl Oxblood & White Trophy Vase with a Green Lining. A. Rückl & Sons Tango Glass - Art Glassin Art Glass
Antonin Rückl & Sons Ruckl Red Lined Oxblood and White Spatter Glass Thorn Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Antonin Rückl & Sons / Ruckl Bohemian Trophy Vase, Red Lined Glass with Oxblood Red & White Spatter Decor - Art Glassin Art Glass
Antonin Rückl & Sons / Ruckl Bohemian Tri-lobed Heart Shaped Vase, Red Lined Glass with Oxblood Red & White Spatter Decor - Art Glassin Art Glass
Antonin Rückl & Sons / Ruckl Bohemian Vase, Red Lined Glass with Oxblood Red & White Spatter Decor - Art Glassin Art Glass
Antonin Ruckl & Sons Fan Vases as sold by Butler Brothers, Feb 1930 - Cherry Red with Black & Green & 2 Shimmy Pfau Decors - Art Decoin Art Deco
Antonin Rückl & Sons Red Lined Oxblood and White Spatter Thorn Vase, A Previously Identified Ruckl Decor - Art Glassin Art Glass
Antonin Rückl & Sons Rainbow Honeycomb Ewer & Previously Identified Ruckl Decor - Art Glassin Art Glass
Antonin Rückl & Sons ca 1931 Catalog Decors: Tango Murano, Kristall Murano, & Decor 12528 - Plus a Ruckl Tango Ball Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Red Antonin Rückl & Sons / Ruckl Bohemian Vase & Green Honeycomb Spatter or Cottage Glass Decor - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Thanks Crazyguy for nice comment!
  2. My point is that it doesn't sound much like sound and supportable empirical Welz research to me. Sounds more like a perfect example of nonsensical research underwritten with wishful thinking, just lik...
  3. "Forget the idea that both Welz and Ruckl could have made a quite similar shape." From Wikipedia: "Wishful thinking is the formation of beliefs and making decisions according to what might be plea...
  4. Thank you valentino97, Caperkid, Trey, Aimathena, Poire, JDguy, worthit2, WendyWeather, VtgCat, Roycroftbooksfromme1, Brunswick, pebble, SEAN68, Findings, ptools, and Nicefice for the CW Love!
  5. Welcome to CW!
  6. Welz attributions are built upon misconceptions like that. It was part of your reasoning yesterday for this shape being Welz, not Kralik.
  7. Comment #2 was in reply to Welzebubs unsupportable claim that Welz received preferred pricing on colored glass supplies from Riedel, therefore Welz made far more colored glass than Kralik and others.
  8. It seems that you make claims about glass attributions in this forum that are not supportable too!
  9. I doubt it is documented that Welz received preferred pricing on supplies from Riedel. The Kralik and Welz families were closely related too, if you remember. Gottlob Kralik & Klara Welz were married ...
  10. Here's a CW posting explains how Riedel sold supplies to the whole glass industry, not just Welz. https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/265578-josef-riedel-glasfabrik--colors-for-the
  11. Thank you Nafssalg for the CW Love!
  12. Thank you Caperkid and buckethead for the CW Love!
  13. Thank you nicefice and glassiegirl for the CW Love!
  14. Thank you buckethead for the CW Love!
  15. Here's your Ruckl bowl / shade with the plinth part. https://www.worthpoint.com/inventory/search?query=Vintage+2+piece+Bohemian+Czechoslovakia+1920s%2F1930s+spatter+glass+fruit+bowl&category=
  16. Early J. Schreiber & Neffen catalogs show the ring. See page 26 http://www.schreiber-neffen.com/attachments/article/24/Beleuchtungsglas.pdf
  17. Welz patented selenium glass rods were manufactured at Kralik and sold through Schuster & Wilhelmy, a raw material supplier. Receipts and expenditures were shared.
  18. Looks like Occupied Japan?
  19. Welcome to CW!
  20. Yeah, no marks were used in the identification of this or similar wares. Great observation.
  21. Thank you JenniferH for the CW Love!
  22. Thank you Antiquerose for the nice comment.
  23. Butler Brothers wholesale catalog, September 1930, Page 38 states that barrels and boxes cost extra. This may be an indication that Butler Brothers filled the barrels and boxes. Barrels were 35 Cents...
  24. Not very likely that Bill Heacock commented on an unpublished book relating to a topic that was totally unfamiliar to him. His comment was likely related to a separate catalog reprint showing American...
  25. Yeah, other EAPG Collectors. He's more likely referring to the American EAPG Glass was that sold by the barrel in assorted shapes.
  26. The gentleman that said B&B Assortments were usually from the same manufacturer was Bill Heacock. His focus and line of study was American glass, not Czech. https://www.amazon.com/Books-William-Hea...
  27. I think the photos are fine. It's a very nice color too.
  28. Thanks hunterqlee for the CW Love!
  29. This decor was Kralik once upon a time. :)
  30. Probably Bohemian. A similar Bohemian glass epergne is shown on page 14 of the September 1900 Butler Brothers catalog, aka: Monograph 12" from WVMAG. Pretty nice find!
  31. Thank you buckethead for the CW Love!
  32. This link replaces the inactive link in comment #36. It shows a Royal Art Glass paper label on glassware manufactured by Stolzle Hermanova Hut. https://i-h1.pinimg.com/564x/d3/46/84/d34684cb603c2ab...
  33. They're probably by John Walsh Walsh. Very nice!
  34. It's a center draft banquet lamp, probably by Plume & Atwood. Very nice lamp!
  35. Welcome back!
  36. Teleflora Gifts, Made in China.
  37. Here's where the Ruckl attribution for the shape in my link originates. (for scottvez) http://rover.rajce.idnes.cz/Tango_sklo/#44_tango_sklo_Antonin_Ruckl_a_synove_1918_-_1925_.jpg Here's that R...
  38. Your CW Category is fine though, I believe.
  39. I'm sorry. It's Czech Glass, not Bohemian. Around 1931
  40. Great find! My best guess would be Ruckl, Bohemian Glass. Here's an example for comparison. https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/122745-ruckl-quartet
  41. J. Schreiber & Neffen also made a peacock pattern.
  42. It looks like 1898 Legras to me. Here's an original color catalog page for comparison. http://www.glas-musterbuch.de/Legras-1898.310+B6YmFja1BJRD0zMTAmcHJvZHVjdElEPTEyODE5JnBpZF9wcm9kdWN0PTMxMCZkZX...
  43. Yes, this vase shape and the vase shape labeled Ruckl are each found in the same red lined oxblood and white spatter décor shown above as well as other decors. Each of those decors, the vase shape abo...
  44. This decor is an exact match to the vase shape labeled Ruckl. I currently own both shapes and can confirm for you that the decors, the glass layering, and the rim finishing treatments are each an exac...
  45. It might be Rindskopf? https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/96787-art-nouveau-rindskopf-ripple-pepita-vari
  46. Thank you Trey, rlwindle, and dlpetersen for the CW Love!
  47. I think it is noteworthy that you both have the same ruffled bowl shape posed as Antonon Ruckl & Sons elsewhere.
  48. The bowl shape is also Antonin Ruckl, per Jitka Ln?ni?ková with the Glassworks Museum in Nový Bor: http://rover.rajce.idnes.cz/Tango_sklo/#28_tango_sklo_Antonin_Ruckl_a_synove_1918_-_1925_.jpg
  49. The Ruckl Canarai Shimmy Pfau decor is also shown here: http://rover.rajce.idnes.cz/Tango_sklo/#43_tango_sklo_Antonin_Ruckl_a_synove_1918_-_1925_.jpg
  50. Page 110 of the same book shows the Canarai Shimmy Pfau splatter glass decor in a ca 1935 Ruckl lamp catalog.
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