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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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Ernst Steinwald & Co.  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Franz Welz glass decors - Confetti - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Monochromatic - a line and confetti decor - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Related - Confetti line type - Art Glassin Art Glass
Ruckl Related - Satin confetti on confetti - Art Glassin Art Glass
Ruckl Related - Pebbles and threads - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik related - Organic shapes - Art Glassin Art Glass
Cased cobalt tango - With Wilms enamel decor - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz - Tango - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz - Pair of tango bowls - Art Glassin Art Glass


  2. Thank you for doing the tedious work, I saw a few cases in the museum of South Bohemia that show Kralik from the 1930's if memory serves me- but they own so much glass and rotate the glass as well. I ...
  3. I still think it holds up at Ruckl- they used adventurine too. The middle has a flat area that is distinctive from an Ernst Steinwald piece very similar in shape (decor is Bambus)
  4. Ales, Very interesting as usual. If you ever have a problem with shipping please let me know I can arrange something... This I say in case anybody has issues with shipping as well, we have to work tog...
  5. The facts is we made connections with decors and shapes based on what little was known at the time. If we did our job right we can move WHOLE folders of decors out of Kralik, Ruckl and Welz into Ernst...
  6. I referenced the name Ernst and Wald from a book I can no longer remeber but its actually Ernst Stweinwald and Co.
  7. oh no, they are filed in what I believe they are but if we apply the strictest standards of who made what there are very few we know for sure,,, including 80% of kralik. I am not a researcher and disa...
  8. #1 -usually lines are put in first using powders and glass sand then the bottom glass chips are put in after (overlapping the line decor) In this version the colors are put in at the same time and ...
  9. bid on this but i reminded myself no more lamps... great shape and colors
  10. yeah Craig we don't know who made them for sure it is just a grouping. I categorized glass by makers first and came up with great big grouping. that really helped with identifying rare decors. now I a...
  11. look here, craig calls it
  12. Craig you do have a related piece to this. Yours is solid milk glass - mine matches this decor... I’ll try to post a link if you don’t find it first - cool piece
  13. I love this bubble technique
  14. I think these pieces are their own thing. Very nice piece but I think the iris decor is more reflective of colors. Only 4 decors have come with with Iris marks, they are confetti, cane and confetti, t...
  15. It’s very nice I believe these are Welz but the shape is more 1920 than 1880
  16. Fantastic as always
  17. Thank you I had one and thought It was Italian
  18. I also think you can share your knowledge without persecution. I will acknowledge I have changed my position on certain pieces. I hope you dodnt take it personally when there are disagreements.
  19. you inspired this post: I am partially to blame for some mis-attributions. When we had our glass email group we wou...
  20. its addicting man.....
  21. I am seeing may black base pieces coming out of the woodwork- in many new shapes. beautiful piece
  22. Grinding not brinding
  23. Lastly although the shapes and sizes match pretty good, something about the “confetti as texture” pieces are softer, less defined- while the cased confetti all have that sharp detailed look. So are th...
  24. It’s still in limbo for me but most likely Ruckl. The reason it’s still in question is that Thomas has a soap kit with this decor in it marked with the kralik arched Czech mark- seen widely in Kralik....
  25. I think this shape has three variations 1 shape with frog 2 same shape with lid 3 slightly larger shape with flared rim
  26. Thank you Warren and Andy, now I can catalogue it properly
  27. I think about this a lot, here ate two possible techniques: Rod method 1. Gather opaque base color on punty, blow into ball then roll 2 Roll into powders maybe on a table, reheat 3 Lay out crys...
  28. Hahaha, keep the price tag on it! I like these decors, Craig has a name for the series... nice stuff
  29. I have seen these geometric bands before, many color combos in this type. This same decor (tricolor) in umbrella shapes. I’ll work on a grouping at some point - very cool piece
  30. I love these especially the base. I imagine these were a little harder to make that the ausf 157
  31. Sklo, I wish I could say the larger the vase the better the decor but this is rarely the case. I forgot to mention this vase is just under 9” tall - that is average for Czech but tall for this decor
  32. Yes, I agree so I jumped on it because -I have only seen small ones if this decor. An overall observation: The basic names we give these decor combinations (lines, confetti, spatter, honeycomb) im...
  33. Hhhmmmm, I’m not sure about the satin finish being the strongest indicator. These colors and decor are used by both companies, so certainly the shape is a sting indicator here. My approach is to look ...
  34. I have seen this decor (florettes) with or without confetti stripes. This is a very special and complex decor since there is a layer of crystal glass between the two how many layers of g...
  35. You get that one from me? I want it back
  36. Love that
  37. They come iris with canes, marquetry, confetti with pulled rod and a few others...
  38. I do appreciate the flower-form rim. Lately finding many varieties
  39. Great shots, very aquatic, I can confirm the murrines get white in the middle and the ends get soft. If I had to guess it’s the instability of green glass
  40. beautiful shape probably Welz to me because of the rim and foot
  41. I love seeing the shapes lock-in like this
  42. I learn a lot from your posts, the shape is not significant and the mark (straight line) is getting more ambiguous in my mind. I would look at the finer details like the ground rim, is the base color ...
  43. It’s a similar shape - the thickness is very much the same
  44. I would agree that this glass is Czech - thank you for the link. Great stuff
  45. yeah, would be cool to do a side by side... Everything being equal i would still refer to the hierarchy of identification... But maybe Meissen made all the marbled and zipper pieces on tango. I'm open...
  46. Well I’ll looks like a bow tie, two each leg dividing into two like a triangle
  47. glad to help
  48. I think there is a world of German, French, Czech, Chinese etc.... that make similar pieces but in this grouping the way to Identify them is shapes, bold tango base colors (sometimes with fine interna...
  49. The smile signature is on a footed bowl, the rugby mark has been seen on the royal blue zipper but I don’t have a picture of it and the red dime mark is also on a red marbled piece- I don’t often save...
  50. amazing piece, is your sight. please get in touch... email in Bio
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