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Dear CW Member, My name is Jericho Mora I collect Czechoslovakian glass from 1910-1930 in the Tango or Deco style, Primarily Kralik, Loetz, Welz and Ruckl. All of thDear CW Member, My name is Jericho Mora I collect Czechoslovakian glass from 1910-1930 in the Tango or Deco style, Primarily Kralik, Loetz, Welz and Ruckl. All of the posts on this CW page are from a collection of glass images (for my own collection go to Kralik1928). Please email me at with any requests for pictures. I support any collector that is on a quest for images of Czech glass. I love collecting and organizing pieces by decor, shape and technique, Kind regards Jericho (Read more)


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Franz Welz - Unbrella shades - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik.... a strange connection - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik - Bambus Crackle - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik.... a strange connection - Art Glassin Art Glass
Ruckl 1920-30's - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz - Bi-color #2 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz - Bicolor #1 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Umbrella shapes - 12 and multi-sided shapes - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Umbrella shapes - 8 sided shapes - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Umbrella shapes - 8 sided shapes - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. I'm of the thinking that the shape is the same and the company producing them in the 1930's is the same. Most Czech makers had a size range to any shape (sometimes up to 7 sizes)
  2. oh geez, I can't handle this warren!!!
  3. I love this technique, Im pretty sure its Czech technique with the jewels floating in a whole in the glass... as seen in a few tango vases
  4. they made matching shapes with other colors... burgundy with red and a green with brown and blue. very nice piece
  5. love it, such a stand alone vase
  6. Great effort artfoot and great comments. This mark is of special interest to me because it resembles the style of Kralik and is seen on zipper and gluechip pieces. The problem with the mark is it stro...
  7. these were one of the very first pieces I ever bought... they claimed bohemian- it had a solid black with iridescence.... I returned it to the antique store for credit because I didn't have faith in i...
  8. Giraffe fool- yeah, one out of forty have no Iris finish and the blue is rarer than the maroon so.... this is one out of two hundred. I really like the pieces where the shape makes you recognize t...
  9. Phil, great shape and decor with a frosted finish too. I try to encourage good collectors but sometimes you see a piece that makes ya want to collect marbles or stained glass... this is one of those
  10. Thank you for the comments, Belmont- what size is your shade? Most of my shades are 5x8” (standard for bowls) but the gold one at the top of picture 3a is 7x11” . On the Kralik side I own a knuckle s...
  11. Yes, I think they are fantastic and not seen in European auctions - in fact I have never seen one at auction. Auctions in Europe are a mystery to me in general! Rarity doesn’t always align with price ...
  12. Awsome Malkey- this is the exact spirit of my posts.
  13. amazing decor, it is somewhere between older spatter decors of trophy vases and more modern tango with single color confetti
  14. common shape.... how about one of the other two?
  15. Hi Scottvez, I will try to do a shape comparisons on 2 and three... this series of glass is clear core glass with a solid covering of confetti with pelleton... predominately one color and the grinding...
  16. I am writing with the same nervousness about identity artfoot, I have a lot of stock in the glass too. All I can say is some pieces are "odd ducks" that don't have much in common with other Kralik pro...
  17. cool piece. i think this is a variation on the multi-color confetti but with a pull-up
  18. pink cloud glass sounds cool!! Thanx craig for the clarification
  19. Tomschick I think from the Tango Sklo exhibit a few years back
  20. here it is
  21. wow, puberty.... listened to that thing for a month straight!!
  22. Very cool, there appears to be an orange version from Ruckl with similar drizzles... yellow white and burgundy on orange with no iridescence tho...
  23. What a great shape. I have seen colors in tango appear more transcendent sometimes. the enamel looks great too!
  24. Thank you- no as stated in my bio every post here comes from a collection of glass images. although my pieces are scattered in here... please email me.
  25. Incredible find... I have only seen the shades befor... I can see your dilema
  26. killed me on the bidding but I love that you got it!!
  27. WOW!! This is a First- but with welz lately there have been many firsts (or great seconds) The vase is impressively tall and might be a lidded piece- this would make it enormous!! I don't even k...
  28. It just occurred to me that almost every piece here has an applied rim but many bi-Color pieces do not
  29. Thank you for your comments. As mentioned in my bio I keep two accounts - this Jericho page is of my collection of images that I use to delve into many collecting topics to help collectors and the kra...
  30. now with more NEW
  31. NEW!!!
  32. This post was rewritten
  33. New and improved !!!
  34. Revised!!
  35. new pics!!
  36. "I've organised them by shape, fanning out from the middle. Going from the left numbers 4 to 9 are definitely Art Deco, but the others have décors that come from an earlier period. I know that because...
  37. fantastic piece and its on my favorite ground color
  38. I think you are right about Kralik- Butler brothers sold them in (primary colors) green, light blue and pink with three different colored pulls- Cobalt, black or brown with marbled yellow. The reason ...
  39. very cool, now those Victorian glass applications make sense!
  40. so simple. I love it
  41. fantastic, I especially like the yellow coming through the red.
  42. Ben, Its great news but I hope you and the team continue to run it with a gentle and human approach (no AI algorithms). Thank you for pushing Collecting as an Art form
  43. Yes, also fan vases come in this decor- Colors are green confetti, pink confetti and light blue confetti. These are with marbled pulls, black or cobalt pulls... probably Kralik
  44. Thank you so much guys- I tray to stay on the more models side if Kralik and Welz (more deco instead of frilly gold leafed Victorian applications) but it’s hard to determine. I’m convened that old sh...
  45. Thanx, Eza
  46. So nice, that’s a lot of technical work here repeated with prescision
  47. Ian, share some stuff with the old-timers who are behind the times... lol... Instagram is for kids
  48. very cool, i like the even spatter 2/3rds up
  49. The first are airbrush painted inside or is the color internal, last one is a Loetz shape. nice rare colors for the marmalades
  50. Nice find, I have it in a blue honeycomb type- Many of the Welz pieces have the mold towards the bottom of the piece- yours has it throughout so rare and nice P.s. also the feet are oddly quad not ...
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