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Prague, Czech Republic

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


  1. Great. Congratulations.
  2. This is a product of the Franz Tomschick glass factory circa 1937-1938. Shape number 06171.
  3. A beautiful piece. Congratulations. Decorated by K. Goldberg Glass refinery. But I'm curious if it will ever be possible to find out from which glassworks they ordered this glass for refining.
  4. Here is the same or similar shape by Ernst Steinwald:
  5. Nice pieces. Congratulations. I'm moving a bit with my opinion on the manufacturer. I believe it was made by a glass factory from the Teplice area, but rather than Rindskopf (which I'm not ruling out ...
  6. Excellent post again. I have a question about the large bowl in the last photo from PASK Klatovy. I don't think it has a cut star on the bottom. Are there other known examples of the Ausf 119 without ...
  7. Great post.
  8. Nice pieces. I think it is a product of a glass factory in the Teplice area. I would say Rindskopf.
  9. Possibly the Czerney & Co Steinschönau refinery. see catalog:
  10. It is a production of the Franz Tomschick glassworks, circa 1927-1928. Shape number 0182 in sizes 17 and 20 cm. Modified shape (beveled base edges, narrower opening) produced before 1927.
  11. Beautiful piece. I have it in a smaller version without painting. I think this is a production of the Rindskopf glassworks.
  12. Beautiful pieces. Congratulations. You really don't see this decor very often. I saw it in a different form a few years ago only in the collection of Mr. Gabor - a glassmaker from Sušice.
  13. I found this shape (photo 1 and 2) in Tomschick's books only in a book from the end of 1938, which lists a total of 333 shapes that the glassworks of Franz Tomschick took over from the glassworks of E...
  14. This is an amazing collection.
  15. Beautiful. Congratulations. I think this vase of mine would fit them (probably Harrach).
  16. A beautiful piece. Congratulations. I tried to find some information that would relate to R. Tischer Karslbad, but unfortunately I failed. So far, I have managed to identify 9 decors from my collectio...
  17. Amazing. Congratulations.
  18. A beautiful piece. I think these are Harrach glassworks.
  19. Very interesting. Beautiful collection. Thanks for the post.
  20. An amazing piece. Congratulations.
  21. It is a product of the Franz Tomschick glassworks around 1935. see my same pieces:
  22. Amazing. Congratulations.
  23. It is very interesting. I have the same or very similar vase in a larger design - 23.5 cm. I bought it as Harrach. So far, I haven't been able to verify it, but I haven't refuted it either. https://...
  24. This is most likely a product of the Franz Tomschick glassworks (Kostany - Kamenny Pahorek). The so-called "Spritzdekor" was popular in the 1930s. Several drawing books with these decors are in the de...
  25. This is an interesting piece. I have something very similar in my collection. In addition to the possible attribution to the Loetz glassworks, I am also considering the possibility of Moser (possibly...
  26. An amazing rarity piece. Congratulations.
  27. There is already a place ready. I waited for this painting for about half a year.
  28. Perfect. Congratulations on getting this piece into your collection. You can add an indication of the width of the vase at the bottom.
  29. This is a product of Franz Pallme Koenig Steinschönau glass refinery. see:
  30. This is most likely a product of the Franz Tomschick glassworks (based on shape matches).
  31. A beautiful piece. Congratulations.
  32. Great post. Thanks.
  33. It is a product of the Franz Tomschick glassworks - circa 1935.
  34. Amazing. Congratulations.
  35. A beautiful piece. Congratulations. Apart from Kralik, it could be some glassworks from Teplice - especially Rindskopf.
  36. Great post. Thank you.
  37. Wonderful. Congratulations.
  38. Carolus Hartmann states in his book "Das Glas im Raum Haida und Steinschönau" that Sommer & Zinke was founded in 1922. The company manufactures luxury services, whiskey and water glasses, lamps, smoki...
  39. Could you put those two Welz pages on your website or on CW?
  40. By no means do I question your merits in identifying the glass of the Welz glassworks. It just struck me as strange that you questioned my (and not only my) view that the books I had the opportunity t...
  41. You're probably right. Until we work it out and publish a book about it, there's no point in mentioning it. Next, think that everything is Kralik. By the way, have Welz documents already been publishe...
  42. A beautiful piece. Congratulations.
  43. Please delete my comments at this post. Thank you.
  44. Beautiful early Loetz. Congratulations.
  45. From this source it is indeed possible to derive research into the production of the W. Kralik glassworks from the period around 1900. The problem is that the shapes published here often appear with m...
  46. no. 46 is Riedel
  47. So probably Tomschick after all.
  48. A beautiful piece. Congratulations.
  49. Amazing collection. Congratulations. However, I am convinced that this is not the production of the W. Kralik glassworks, but that it is glass produced by the Ernst Steinwald & Co. glassworks. The sha...
  50. This is something else, but there is a certain resemblance. I have it listet as Kralik, but ...?
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Lötz, Update 2: on the late 1930s finishes. Three vases with applied ribbons.