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Prague, Czech Republic

I collect Bohemian glass, especially the period 1840 - 1940 (Loetz, Moser, Harrach, Kralik, Pallme Koenig, Rindskopf, Riedel ....). My entire collection is presentedI collect Bohemian glass, especially the period 1840 - 1940 (Loetz, Moser, Harrach, Kralik, Pallme Koenig, Rindskopf, Riedel ....). My entire collection is presented on my website www.bohemianglass.org. (Read more)

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Same Shape - Various Producers ??? - III. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Same Shape - Various Producers ??? - II. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Same Shape - Various Producers ??? - I. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Olympia optisch with silver overlay - Art Glassin Art Glass
Early Loetz production - Persica - Pavonia ?? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz PN I-7503/9"  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Neptun Candia Papillon - Art Glassin Art Glass
Harrach Karoatlas  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik, Rindskopf or Pallme Koenig II. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf, Kralik or Pallme Koenig I. - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Wonderful. Congratulations.
  2. Wonderful. Congratulations.
  3. Dimensions: 14,2 x 17 cm
  4. I misunderstood it. In the GMP, this DEK is presented on "Ciselé".
  5. I have 3 vases (or 2) with this decor. In addition to the special color, this vase has a beautiful shape. I called it Aurora glatt (??). I didn't find PN. Probably it will be from the period 1901 - ...
  6. I'm not going to make it right now. I'll try sometime in April. Anyway, Rindskopf (but also other glassworks - for example Harrach) produced the same shape in different sizes. It is very likely that i...
  7. I think it could be Loetz from 1901-1902. For some unknown PNs from this time, decor "candia martelé umsponnen" (Ln?ni?ková book) is mentioned. To confirm it would be necessary to find the same decor ...
  8. dimensions are different - I will add
  9. yes - see my site: http://www.bohemianglass.org/katalog/vaza-malovane-sklo-4731/detail/
  10. Yes, I bought the vase from Australia from you. I bought it for that shape.
  11. Wonderful - congratulations.
  12. see: https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/66115-rare-rindskopf-diluvium-glass-vase-ca
  13. Beautiful piece. Congratulations. I have the same or similar vase in my collection. I think it's Rindskopf Diluvium, but I can't rule out Riedel Roter Hyalith either.
  14. Could it be some Bavarian glassworks after 1975 ???
  15. Deb, thank you for your analysis. I agree that without further new information, Pavonia and Persica will not be precisely identified.
  16. Correction: instead of Prache? to be Prachen
  17. It is a product of the glassworks Stefan Hrdina (Hrdina = in English Hero). Stefan Hrdina founded the glassworks in Prache? in 1908. . Práche? (German name Parchen) was located about 1 km from Kamenic...
  18. I think it is a product of the Czech glassworks from the 1930s. Some dealers here in the Czech Republic reported as a manufacturer Tomšík (Tomschick).
  19. On Rubylane it's on offer as Loetz. But it is Pallme Koenig, Rindskopf or Kralik. But the truth is hard to know. https://www.rubylane.com/item/452626-0000402/Loetz-Iridescent-Vase-rim?search=1&t=2cbe...
  20. I am still considering whether it is Rindskopf or Pallme Koenig (possibly Kralik). Two-layer pulled combed décor appears in my opinion at Pallme Koenig. Not at Rindskopf. ??
  21. Beautiful piece. I have a similar vase in green design and probably larger size. Unfortunately incomplete. Finally, I know what my vase is missing. see: http://www.bohemianglass.org/katalog/vaza-v-m...
  22. Waren's type that BR can be a marker for Brüder Rachmann may be right. It could be Loetz production for BR. Brüder Rachmann Glas & Metallwerke in Haida had patented atomizer production. see: https://...
  23. Michelle is right. My bowl is probably the same shape (photo of my bowl corresponds to the 2nd photo). Unfortunately, I do not think it's certain that my bowl is definitely Rindskopf. The pattern of t...
  24. Looks like Loetz used another yet unknown mark. Congratulations.
  25. Beautiful "Iridescent Diaspora 1920's". Unfortunately, I ended up bidding earlier than you. Congratulations. I'm glad the vase is at least in good hands.
  26. Kai, thank you for your photos. You've convinced me that this is the Harrach.
  27. Hi Kai, you're probably right, it's probably Harrach. Chinese dragon is painted according to A. Racinet's publication "L'Ornement Polychrome" Tab.XII 1872, Paris. However, I have a problem. I certain...
  28. Is it possible that it is Harrach or also Riedel ??? Let's see, maybe it's going to go somewhere else. But for me, it's more like Letz.
  29. Yes, it is perhaps the decor designation. I realized that I still have 2 tango vases in the collection that have similar markings (8238 and 20/4968). see: http://www.bohemianglass.org/katalog/vaza-ta...
  30. Thank you for identifying hallmarks on the silver collar. This could be another argument for Rindskopf.
  31. Unfortunately, I can not identify the hallmarks on the silver collar. The photo is on my site, but I do not think it can be seen from this photo either. http://www.bohemianglass.org/katalog/vaza-spir...
  32. Beautiful piece. I've placed my vase with the same (or similar) decor in the PG 830. But when I now again compare it to photos on loetz.com, I think it's another PG - maybe really PG 7951. http://www...
  33. I think it is a product of some Czech glassworks from the 60s - 70s of the 20th century. I have the same vase in a slightly different color design in my collection.
  34. Beautiful. Congratulations.
  35. It is probably the shape of Heckert, but it is very similar to the shapes of Kralik. Maybe it was a contract for manufacturers of metal mountings. See: http://www.kralik-glass.com/frametemplate.html ...
  36. Decor should be Heckert (Zelasko, PGM), but the shape seems to me rather Kralik. So Heckert or Kralik.
  37. Beautiful piece. I think it's "Granat" around 1905.
  38. Yes. I think it's Goldiris. On my site, I called it Candia Diaspora Silberiris (Gold). http://www.bohemianglass.org/katalog/vaza-candia-diaspora-silberiris-gold-4544/detail/
  39. An admirable meritorious work. Congratulations.
  40. Deb, thank you very much for helping to identify PN of this bowl.
  41. On Alfredo Villanueva's website the vase with this decoration is presented as Loetz Nautilus. (vase on the right - it is the same vase that is in PGM at Harrach exhibition). see: https://sites.google...
  42. So, between my photos from PGM, I found also Creta Diaspora of the same shape. (added to my site) Obviously, this is not an unusual shape. In addition to the PN II-2055 (ca 82 mm, 1905) I still foun...
  43. Dr. Jitka Lnenickova, in the introduction to her book, states: "They are a natural leeway between the measurements of patterns and actual items ranging from one to ten millimeters."
  44. It is true. The shape is the same, but the size is different. For PN-2055, the height is about 82 mm in the description. However, I believe that the shape was made in several sizes (as in many other c...
  45. For a long time I could not find the corresponding PN. From my PGM photos from 2012, I found the same shapes in Metalgelb Cytisus and Creta Ciselé. But today I found Paper Patern on CW Warren's post f...
  46. Beautiful piece. Congratulation. The same "deckeldose" is exhibited at the Museum Sumavy in Kasperske Hory.
  47. I again reviewed my PGM photo from 2012. I did not find anything like this at Kralik part. Only at Harrach are 2 identical vases with the same Decor. But there are transfers between expositions of ind...
  48. Beautiful. The middle vase on the 3rd photo looks like a combination of Formosa and Mimosa.
  49. Beautiful vase. This is not Astralith (Goldglas)? "Mergl" book picture no. 295? I think I have a similar vase - see: http://www.bohemianglass.org/katalog/vaza-astralith-goldglas-3786/detail/
  50. Foot connection is analyzed at loetz.com Early Loetz production 1880 - 1897 by Dr. Kai Hasselbach - Examples 64.01-64.10. Here, however, it is stated that, in addition to Loetz, Harrach's glassworks w...
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