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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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Czech Glass - Zipper #9 (heavy duty) - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech glass - #7 Meissen type - Art Glassin Art Glass
Ruckl - Zipper #3 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Ruckl - Zipper #2 (marbled) - Art Glassin Art Glass
Franz Welz zippers - #6 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech glass - Zipper #4 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech glass - Zipper #1 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech (german) - Zipper #3 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik - Making a connection  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz glass - the Cup grid - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. I do appreciate the flower-form rim. Lately finding many varieties
  2. 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
  3. beautiful shape probably Welz to me because of the rim and foot
  4. I love seeing the shapes lock-in like this
  5. 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 ...
  6. It’s a similar shape - the thickness is very much the same
  7. Cool fan vase, I love the shape, can I use it for a grid series I’m putting together on scalloped vases? What size is it? Does it have a pontil mark? Beautiful piece!!!
  8. I would agree that this glass is Czech - thank you for the link. Great stuff
  9. 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...
  10. Well I’ll looks like a bow tie, two each leg dividing into two like a triangle
  11. Patent is very cool, filing in the US makes me assume they were very protective of their products? I think of these companies as duplicating other companies designs whenever they could, but clearly th...
  12. glad to help
  13. 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...
  14. 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...
  15. amazing piece, is your sight. please get in touch... email in Bio
  16. These first two satin flash are similar to three green one on this post above Weird observation* in Welz Satin fl...
  17. These first two satin flash are similar to three green one on this post above
  18. I hate to call anybody out on what is or isn't Welz.
  19. Closely matches this group
  20. This post is what you should compare it to... the shape and color matches
  21. Now I have seen 2 legs, 3 legs, 4 legs, 5 legs, and 12 legs!!
  22. TOD, those tall frog vases I believe are bath salt vessels- they aren’t part of the zipper series that I’m working on- that spiral zipper with black pull-ups may show up in a zipper miscellaneous post
  23. I don’t consider the four images in the first pic to be at all related the nice Sklo vase- colors are not the same, Shape is not the same and the finish is different as well
  24. I have 10 zipper designations (groups) please be patient there are more to come. This piece is a beautiful piece (I bought it’s pair) but I consider the maker unknown- three reasons listed above. Mayb...
  25. Amazing
  26. Ruckl- I have seen the shape a few times with a few decors that coincide with Ruckl
  27. Nor am I, would love to attribute them to welz but the shapes are in a unique style. To move in that direction I would love to see: 1 - one of the shapes seen in the post having a typical Welz decor ...
  28. Fantastic pics and important piece- handled pieces show a high level of workmanship and care for the art. So many Kraliks fall into mass produced “cased glass” or copy pieces to other manufacturers - ...
  29. they do look and feel very nice.
  30. very nice! Warren, do you know a similar type with blue and pink filaments in a very similar pattern?
  31. nice, looks like a slight variation from the Ball vase type
  32. amazing as always. I have one of these that I got for a song because it is not a well known decor number
  33. Yeah, but I'm told I'm losing "making sense in the brain"- could be that too
  34. although I actually think these are larger globs of color (marbles) I call them pebbles
  35. Vintage, I love that little purple one- that metal work made me think they were from the 20-30's. As far as spatter versus confetti, I would say.... Clichy in france, Spatter in the UK, end-of-day in ...
  36. thanx TOD, that red piece might not be enough... I may not be able to prove the last piece because there are many loose ends but I hope the box of examples that connect the last pic are strong enough....
  37. very attractive with both rims- wish i could find a red one: (
  38. Welz did alot of these- this decor I call confetti mottled (for no particular reason). the pattern has a clear layer on the inside with the surface being covered in marge pieces of confetti with an ac...
  39. I think the feet and arms aren't always the best indicators of comapany-craft but more of a regional-craft. the shape is a crude dollop of glass pulled to a point then indented by tongs of some kind.
  40. Haha, true that Tex.... these pieces (who can say) why they aren’t more appreciated they have at least 4 layers of glass. they have a thick base color with layers of floating glass powders then the wh...
  41. Good times, we used to love that show laying down on a shag carpet watching that talented fun-loving guy
  42. really a show piece, a light show!
  43. for me? thank you....
  44. I want to put caviar in it right now!
  45. great, i love these in the amethyst, Warren, have you seen a combo with red drips?
  46. judging by the base color and the pattern of the maroon I would guess welz. Ive seen two or three examples in welz shapes- this shape actually looks Kralik though
  47. Bohemian 1920-38 probably Wilhelm Kralik from Czechoslovakia
  48. Craig, you have over 500 shapes documented? There are more posts to come then...
  49. Love the mold they used and all the different styles of tools they used for the rim. You could almost catagorize them by era (Nouveau vrs Deco) except there are decors that merge the two styles or are...
  50. Craig = king of shape comparisons
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