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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 (Read more)


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Ersnst Steinwald & Co. - another decor - Art Glassin Art Glass
Ernst Steinwald & Co. - "Millefiori" - maybe decor 2323 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Probably Ernst Steinwald & Co. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Early Loetz or Harrach - Art Glassin Art Glass
R.WILLIAMSON & CO. - TEPLITZ GLASS 1905 - Pallme Koenig or Ernst Steinwald - Art Glassin Art Glass
Ernst Steinwald & Co.  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Ernst Steinwald & Co. - Osiris  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Ernst Steinwald & Co. - decor Flowerall - Art Glassin Art Glass
Arnošt Steinwald a spol. (Ernst Steinwald & Co.) Teplice-Šanov  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Ernst Steinwald - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. This is a wonderful piece. Congratulations.
  2. I think it was made in some glassworks in the Teplice area. Franz Tomschick or Pallme Koenig or ..?
  3. Congratulations on getting this great piece. I still think it's Rindskopf or Riedel.
  4. Amazing.
  5. I have the same vase in my collection. Humler and Nolan sold it a few years ago like probably Harrach. I have it listed at Loetz as an unidentified Titania with the possibility of production in the 20...
  6. A beautiful piece. Congratulations.
  7. Unfortunately, I have no information about the warehouses of the glassworks in Prague. But to the glassworks operated by Rückl it is necessary to add the Nove Mitrovice glassworks (1868 - 1931). Thi...
  8. I agree, it reminds Loetz Ausf. 220. I heard the opinion that this decor from Loetz was also made by Kralik (it allegedly differs in design - the version from Loetz should be smoother, not so plastic)...
  9. Yes, I have already moved part of the Kralik decors to Steinwald. Somewhere I mention either Steinwald or Kralik. But there is still little new information. See:
  10. Artist signature is possible A. Gammius Boecker.
  11. Only a purple bowl has a smooth and polished rim. The green vase has a rim cut - it looks like it has been shortened. But that's how it was made. But other vases with this decor and shape that I saw h...
  12. Perfect study. I am convinced that all 4 vases were made by one and the same glassworks. In my opinion, the Osiris decor is sufficiently documented as a product of the Ernst Steinwald glassworks.
  13. The first vase (from my collection) should be Hermannova Hut, the other three vases I think Suchenthal.
  14. Thank you for posting. This should also be produced by Stölzle.
  15. The "Augustinka" glassworks on Kamenný pahorek (Steinhügel) in Koš?any (Kosten) is another big unknown to me. I have preliminarily assigned a few pieces to the production of this glassworks, but it's ...
  16. It's a vicious circle. The Hosch catalog includes the products of the Kralik glassworks, as well as other glassworks (Loetz, Pallme Koenig and it also seems Steinwald).
  17. Amazing. Congratulations.
  18. A beautiful piece. Here is the same (or very similar) shape from my collection. So far, I also have it as Kralik, but I am already considering moving to Steinwald.
  19. Yes, the Williamson catalog certainly includes the products of several glassworks not only from the Teplitz area. For the purposes of glass identification, only catalogs of specific glassworks, fewer ...
  20. This is probably a misunderstanding. Of course, I'll be happy if you publish a post about Meissner Glasraffinerie.
  21. Please send me photos to:
  22. A beautiful piece. Congratulations.
  23. You're probably right, similar glass shapes were probably made by more glassworks. Some refineries may have ordered glass from glassworks not only for further refining, but perhaps directly for sale i...
  24. A beautiful piece. I mean Harrach or Riedel. Painting possible by some refinery from the area of Nový Bor - Kamenický Šenov (Haida - Steinschönau).
  25. Yes, it seems that the Karl Palda refinery took glass from Ernst Steinwald.
  26. A beautiful piece - congratulations. I would lean towards Ernst Steinwald. But ???
  27. Now it still occurs to me that the lampshades from R.WILLIAMSON & CO., - TEPLITZ GLASS 1905 and 1909, will probably also be a product of the Ernst Steinwald glassworks. So far attributed to Pallme Koe...
  28. That's great. Another step to clarify the production of E.S. & Co and W. Kralik. Could you send it to me at It would help me a lot.
  29. Very interesting study. From what source is the description given in the second paragraph?
  30. It's unbelievable how many combinations you've found.
  31. Both objects are made of rose glass underlaid with blue glass at the edge, they have a "pseudo crackle" design and "silver - aluminum small plates" (I guess I can't translate it - maybe it's clear wha...
  32. I think most of the production was exported by the ES&C glassworks (as well as other bohemian glassworks), mainly to the USA. It is very sad for me that glass is, in my opinion, under-represented in C...
  33. The decor is, in my opinion, the same. Here are more photos:
  34. Very good overview. It's amazing in how many variations it has been produced.
  35. This was recently sold on ebay:
  36. The same shape of the vase appears in the "Corrugated" decor, which is still attributed to the Rindskopf glassworks. (I do not mean very similar to the "corrugated" glassworks of W. Kralik). In the Te...
  37. I'm already curious and looking forward to your next shape study.
  38. The glassmakers certainly migrated from Lenora (Kralik) to Teplice in the period 1890 - 1910 (about 20 glassmakers are mentioned). As Dr. Ln?ni?ková says - this complicates the identification of Art N...
  39. Again a perfect comparison of shapes and again I think it is the production of the glassworks Ernst Steinwald & Co.
  40. Again a perfect comparison of shapes. I think that many of these vases will eventually be assigned to the Ernst Steinwald & Co. glassworks.
  41. I do not know. Unfortunately, I do not imagine anything under the name Pastila.
  42. I think the glassworks in Ernstbrunn has no connection with Ernst Steinwald. The glassworks in Ernstbrunn (Czech - Arnoštov) was founded in 1807. During the First World War, the operation of the glass...
  43. Perfect shape comparison. Everything points to Ernst Steinwald & Co. I have already transferred the decor of the vase in photo 3 from W. Kralík to ES&C in my collection. see: https://www.bohemianglass...
  44. Yes Ernst Steinwald & Co.
  45. A beautiful piece. Congratulations.
  46. In the 4th photo (from PGM) the second vase at the top left could be the OSIRIS decor. I'm sorry I don't have a picture of the vases that are on the shelf below. It seems that these could be other dec...
  47. Yes you are right Jericho, the sticker is the same - maybe the decor number, the shape ...
  48. I think the Flowerall decor was in several variants. In my opinion, this is one of the variants in combination with the Bambus decor.
  49. Perhaps we could move on based on this catalog of lampshades by Ernst Steinwald. Unfortunately, it is unavailable to me.
  50. 1 / Jahrbuch der österreichischen Industrie 1914 I. Bd., Page 248: Ernst Steinwald & Comp., Hohlglasfabrik, Dampfschleiferei (1876), owner Ernst Steinwald, Josef Karpeles, 140 workers, Dampfm. 35 HP, ...
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