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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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Loetz vase ca. 1925 - 1935 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik or Rindskopf? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Shapes by W. Kralik or shapes from metal mounts manufacturers? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz - Gelbgrün Ciselé - PN II-492 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf - pair of vases "Glatt Matt Iris" - Art Glassin Art Glass
Mystery mark "PK." - Franz Pallme Koenig Steinschönau - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz - Olympia with Patinadekor - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz - ca. 1930 - 1936 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz style vase ??? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Diaspora on Diana Ciselé - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. Awesome. Congratulations. This should be PN-I-6666 (neu II-617) or PN II-261 (346/388-M.Emanuel). I have this shape in Yelow-green Ciselé with Applications.
  2. Very nice piece. Congratulations.
  3. In addition to Kralik, it could be a glassworks from the Teplice area (Pallme Koenig, Rindskopf, Tomschick or maybe Steinwald).
  4. Thank you Kai, I'm fixing it.
  5. Is this signing the same as my Intarsia vase? (I read it as LM or ML?) See:
  6. Beautiful and rare piece. Congratulations.
  7. Wonderful. Congratulations.
  8. I feel like I've seen it before, but I can't remember where and when. Maybe some Fischer auction?
  9. The vase in the middle has the same (or perhaps similar) shape as the martele and corrugated vases. These are the decors attributed to both Kralik and Rindskopf. Corrugated see one of Frank Ford's ama...
  10. Yes, I know a post from Bambus. But again, nothing convinces me that this is Heckert. I think it's Rindskopf or Kralik.
  11. Yes, I know a post from Bambus. But again, nothing convinces me that this is Heckert. I think it's Rindskopf or Kralik.
  12. Good post by manddmoir. But I think the vases in Figures 2 and 4 are not Heckert (Otto Tham). I think it is Rindskopf (possibly Kralik). In my opinion, some PN drawings in Zelasko book are not convinc...
  13. I add: the vase left on photo 2 has the same shape (only finer relief ribbing) as Warren's vase - see:
  14. Yes photo 3 are definitely Rindskopf. Figures 1, 2 and 4 are most likely Kralik, but the vase in Figure 4 has the same shape as the "Pampas" vase attributed to Rindskopf. see my site: http://www.bohem...
  15. One vase from the first two photos is smaller (the one that is commonly referred to as Kralik, but in PGM, for example, this decor at Josephinehütte). Otherwise, I think that these are differences tha...
  16. Beautiful collection.
  17. Wonderful. Congratulations.
  18. Amazing exhibition piece. Congratulations.
  19. I think it may be Loetz. But it would like more vases with this decor in other shapes. If it is not Loetz, I agree that it may be the production of some glassworks from Kosten (Pallme Koenig or Rindsk...
  20. After welzebub contribution correct: it is only a similar shape.
  21. I agree. It is only similar shape.
  22. Probably slightly different shape - at least has only 2 handles. The vase with this decor, which is exhibited in PASK Klatovy looks like a higher version of this vase (also only 2 handles).
  23. This seems to be credible evidence that this is a Loetz production. PN II-492 corresponds.
  24. Harrach.
  25. I agree. Only gap 1901-1902 ?? About these vases I asked dr. Lnenickova. She is convinced that this is definitely Loetz. ???
  26. Beautiful piece. Congratulations. In PASK Klatovy there are 2 vases with this decor. Maybe Loetz ??? Another mystery.
  27. Still a reference to a vase in decor "Corrugated" with a similar painting:
  28. After a thorough inspection, I think it is a Harrach glassworks product. It has similar features to a vase in Merg's Harrach book on page 325, Figure 367. Etched floral decor complete with relief gold...
  29. Dear Kai, thank you for your contribution. I confess - unfortunately I do not see it F, but I know that this is a widespread view that it is not a PK, but FPK. Regarding the history of Pallme Koenig ...
  30. Wonderful. Congratulations.
  31. I also tried Mdina and Mtarfa - I couldn't find anything like it. If it's not old, maybe some glass studio in the USA. Both vases with this decor, which I know were sold in the USA. ??
  32. Otherwise I agree, the pattern of combed decor is an imitation of PG 356, 358.
  33. The combed glass in the lower part of the vase is, in my opinion, the most similar to the PG 4471 Loetz PG (it is not a powdered iris decor, but mainly drawn opaque glass). Maybe it should be an imita...
  34. Thank you for all comments and suggestions for identifying this vase. So far the only conclusion is - it's not Loetz. I think the vase is the beginning of the 20th century, but most tend to produce la...
  35. I found out that Christie's (offered this vase for $ 25,000-35,000) withdrew this item from the auction.
  36. I also think it will probably be Rindskopf, but I do not exclude Pallme Koenig. I think we only know a small part of the production of both these glassworks.
  37. Wonderful. Congratulations.
  38. Beautiful collection. Congratulations.
  39. This is a mystery.
  40. Beautiful collection. Congratulations.
  41. I'm trying to find something similar from Portieux Vallerysthal - so far unsuccessfully.
  42. Beautiful piece. I assigned my vase with this decor (another shape) to Kralik. But I'm not sure at all. I have seen this decoration several times as a product of the French glassworks Clichy or Legras...
  43. And there is PN 85/5153 for E. Bakalowits - candia silberiris patiniert - circa 1903. This PN is smaller (estimated 3 "). This could also lead to Koloman Moser. ??
  44. It could also be PN II-4306 (or II-4305?) and decor Pergamon (?). The finish is in my opinion a little different from candia silberiris. But who knows? see my vase:
  45. Beautiful unusual piece. Congratulations.
  46. Awesome. I shift from Dagles Nash back to Loetz!
  47. Beautiful piece. Congratulations.
  48. Wonderful. Congratulations.
  49. Congratulations. I think this combination wasn't yet known.
  50. Nice piece. Perhaps it could also be Kralik ?
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