kralik1928

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I am a Master hairstylist, and Collector of Czechoslovakian glass 1914-1938. This page is to discuss pieces from my own collection. You are welcome use any image oI am a Master hairstylist, and Collector of Czechoslovakian glass 1914-1938. This page is to discuss pieces from my own collection. You are welcome use any image or request better images too. I welcome research, discussions or picture exchanges. I rarely sell anything but it doesn't hurt to ask... Jerichohair@gmail.com (Read more)

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Kralik - pulled glass decor "webbed" - Art Glassin Art Glass
Franz Welz - Bi-color decor - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz - Pumpkin lidded dish  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik - Honey comb pattern  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz knuckle vase - new shape - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz - Tango lidded with metal application - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz vase - does anyone know the decor? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz 3-handle - Art Glassin Art Glass
A drape pattern - an anomoly A - E - Art Glassin Art Glass
Large Kralik knuckle bowl - Confetti decor - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. i have one without the decor in the same shape. Do you think it could still be called Ausf 177 without the enameling ?
  2. No I didn't take it that way I just realized for the first time to stem on the lid is the same shape as the feet
  3. Yes, I believe it was listed as murano
  4. Candy, just mouth watering!!
  5. Yeah, haha it's like a foot on top
  6. Nice piece. This is the most popular base color of this series, includes every shade you can imagine... Its Czech 1030's but no maker can be attributed... used to call them "Marbled" or "Zig-zag marbl...
  7. I think its a great sight, always updating and discovering Loetz Gems!! great work
  8. I like to save room for somebody else's input- maybe somebody will post and be " this one is called corn stalk and here is a picture of the corn stalk mark!"... That's what happened to bambus an...
  9. https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/235720-kralik--pebbles-and-powders?in=activity I just wrote something up but I've yet to take good pics
  10. You are very welcome and I'm thankful to contributors who showed interest and emailed me, my opinion was informed by them. I would love to do a side by side when I can get a real PG2/314
  11. Good question. With the overall feel I get a sense that it is from the newer series (a friend suggested they reinterpreted the decor from the original PG2/314 ). http://www.loetz.com/decors-a-z/ph...
  12. Wow- missed this but its a great post. this is indeed a missing Ausfughrung
  13. Beautiful piece,indeed Kralik. These can be iridized (like yours) or glossy. The decor combines deep translucent pebbles of glass with finer glass powders. Ill try to give you a link Pebbles and p...
  14. I have seen a few Kralik decors besides this one. Iris, confetti, confetti with pulled rods, bambus in Iris finish and a cracked and overshot in Iris finish
  15. Thanx! I have found the first shape in Marquetry and a vertical ghost pattern the second shape in loads of decors including an aqua-red satin bambus type- maybe I'll do shape studies !!
  16. Dang- totally forgot to send bambus vase in this thape- will do that
  17. I have no idea, I love tango and thanx for doing the research- I have the books but no good sitting place too do the research myself- thanks a bunch!!
  18. Ruckl has the documentation so they usually get the ID unless the shape connects it to another company. I personally dislike the term Bohemian because it it to big and all encompassing. Cased Czech gl...
  19. Don't let them get you down. I consider anybody posting to have a good heart and good intentions for growing awareness in our collecting interests. If not for you collectors we would all be calling th...
  20. Verda que si? Gracias amigo
  21. I like this shape, classic loetz tango. While other shapes were produced in tango and a many types of decor this style seems to belong only to tango . No cameos, titania, enamel decors, iridescents de...
  22. Great piece, when I first started collecting I was hunting for the "end of day types. They were usually chipped and over priced for sure! I like your shape because it doesn't look like s perfume (the ...
  23. That color .... great purchase and s perfect match to a line drawing
  24. Thank you Parker house
  25. Haha, all I know is glass is like balloons made out of candy!! But I remember someone showing me a satin (frosted) zig-zag (zipper) vase and he explained they took the glass father and spread it arou...
  26. This is the 3rd variation of the shape I have seen, Welz seemed (like Kralik) seemed to do variations of shapes maybe for display purposes?
  27. Very cool reminds my of a piece of czech that is a candlestick on one end and a vase on the other- yours would display well on on both the top or bottom down
  28. The mold work is fantastic, I've seen it in the same shape in a royal blue with red/yellow spatter
  29. Nice collection on a cloudy day: )
  30. I don't think that's a trash symbol or a toy symbol my best guess is that it's Turkish spun 1930'ish. I was just in Istambul and they had brands I had never seen in the states. Cool piece of jazz
  31. incredible piece
  32. wow has no idea that shape came in more than the common size
  33. This zig-zag makes me laugh.... I love it more for its attempt at zig-zag
  34. Tiger canes make me crazy/mad!! Excellent clarity too
  35. I really love these kind of pieces where the craftsmanship stands out... the handles are simple and modern looking too! love it good find!
  36. Rare combination of lines with the confetti that is usually seen on bi-color decor (usually with turquoise base color)
  37. I found a vase one time with s plastic film on it and tried removing it with old fashion oven cleaning foam... stunk like heck but the new sheen looked much nicer. Crazy thing was the "film" was a kin...
  38. I found a vase one time with s plastic film on it and tried removing it with old fashion oven cleaning foam... stunk like heck but the new sheen looked much nicer. Crazy thing was the "film" was a kin...
  39. Harrach. Rindscopf or Welz
  40. That's very kind of you to say Rick55, lots of good mentors, partners and a few hucksters too, but thanks for the compliment
  41. Sklo that is the best comment I ever heard- these AI are gonna make us polite yet!!
  42. I agree about the prunts, but I have pictures of a bowl in red tango same shape and prunts and it really works on it. This one it gets in the way
  43. Yes I agree, in each picture I was trying to show something hung different. The first you see the "shadow" of a line. The second you see the clear "gap" line. The third, you see the "dispensation" on...
  44. Regular bases with light ripples or cancavity, it strikes me that when the design is more sparse the shapes are so interesting - thanx
  45. Thank you, race.
  46. I'm preparing for the day when these things come to light. I have seen this finish with Kralik marks as you have so I tend to lean towards Kralik. What troubles me is the thin glass aspect. Kralik can...
  47. Very nice shape and pattern- in never that pattern (thumbprint?) Kralik comes to mind but canta say for sure
  48. Fantastic piece- I especially like the shape and the rich colors
  49. Really nice, I have seen this kind of enamil before with flowers and fruit- painting quality. I love the vertical lobes that remind me of Viennese styles. Thanks
  50. Very nice, subtle -classic
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