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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 - Marie Kirschner - Blattgrün verlaufend - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz - Candia Silberiris mit 3 braun Kugeln (with 3 brown balls) - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf - "Double marbling"  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik or Pallme Koenig or maybe also Rindskopf - Art Glassin Art Glass
Pallme Koenig - Craquelé Eisglas - II. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Pallme Koenig - Craquelé Eisglas - I. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz - "cut variant Ausf. 119" ??? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Early Loetz vase Kristall Thornglas with Rosalin verlaufend - Art Glassin Art Glass
Milk glass bottle - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz - cobalt Norma with silver overlay designed by Antonija Krasnik - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. Beautiful piece. I wonder who will confirm that your idea that floriform shades are Bohemian (Kralik, Loetz ... ) on order from Clarke's.
  2. Thank you Penny.
  3. Holmegaard it made before Harrach. I had no idea.
  4. Harrach - about 1970 - yet. see:
  5. Another extraordinary and beautiful piece. Congratulations.
  6. I think it could also be Riedel. In Hartmann Lexikon is at Beckmann & Weis, inter alia, that cameo glass produced for them Riedel glassworks already marked Beckmann Weis sometimes supplemented Dresden...
  7. This is a beautiful piece. Those colored surfaces are glass, painting or stained? Is there any reference to JH? I recently bought a smaller iris vase of the same (or very similar) shape. I thought it ...
  8. Beautiful piece. Congratulations.
  9. The second vase (right on the last photo) is possible PN II-1966 - "braun, rot Silberiris".
  10. Deb this is great thank you very much. I have overlooked it - and most of the time I make it through Lnenickova's book at least twice.
  11. In any case the second red vase in the lower left corner was still in May 2012 in PGM among unknown manufacturers. In October 2014 (when I was taking pictures in PGM again) is already included in Pall...
  12. Oh yes. Still, as I say - Kralik, Pallme-Koenig or Rindskopf.
  13. I think Pallme-Koenig: 'Spots and Threads' has a different shape.
  14. The same shape - link to Warren's site:
  15. The same shape and decor in a smaller version - Link to Warren's site:
  16. Wonderful. Congratulations.
  17. It still seemed to me that I knew the shape of this vase. I finally found it. See my post
  18. This is seldom seen. Congratulations.
  19. I also compared it with Harrach Eisglass (circa 1865) - especially the pitcher. The design is different in my opinion.
  20. I hope the link to Koryntha has been delivered.
  22. I estimate it for the period 1905-1914.
  23. Sorry I used your photo to compare. Should I remove it? I will be glad if you send me detailed photos. Vase "Koryntha" is currently on offer on ebay.
  24. I am convinced that this is Craquelé Eisglas produced by Pallme Koenig.
  25. Amazing. Congratulations.
  26. A little similar are PN 3818-3821 from 1906 and also PN 5196 - 5198 from 1907.
  27. Same or similar jar with lid - see
  28. Beautiful piece. This is PN II-786. Vase in Creta Rusticana with gold see:
  29. Amazing collection.
  30. Very interesting. It reminds me of one of my vases, which I have classified as Harrach. see:
  31. The vase from the Zagreb Museum also appeared on the Croatian stamp - photo 4
  32. So the question mark at Antonija Krasnik I can remove. The same kind of silver owerlay is on a vase at the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Zagreb. Antonija Krasnik is listed here as a designer. For the r...
  33. Wonderful.
  34. It's Esmeralda. It seems that Esmeralda = Dunkelgrün Wellenoptisch Ciselé. I wonder what are the differences between Esmeralda, Dunkelgrün verlaufend Wellenoptisch Ciselé and Dunkelgrün verlaufend Oce...
  35. Oceanik is very light glass - this is really dark green glass. Tomorrow I'll show a photo of Oceanic and this bowl. It's Esmeralda. Although the description of PN II-1201 mentions in addition to Esme...
  36. It also resembles Harrach "Pompeja" from 1904 (design by Julius Jelinek). See - Mergl: From the New World to the World - picture 372.
  37. Great comparison. I tried to find the big bowl somewhere, but unsuccessfully. I thought you put it on CW or Ruby Lane about a year ago, but I didn't find it.
  38. 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.
  39. Very nice piece. Congratulations.
  40. Thank you Kai, I'm fixing it.
  41. Is this signing the same as my Intarsia vase? (I read it as LM or ML?) See:
  42. Beautiful and rare piece. Congratulations.
  43. Wonderful. Congratulations.
  44. I feel like I've seen it before, but I can't remember where and when. Maybe some Fischer auction?
  45. 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...
  46. Yes, I know a post from Bambus. But again, nothing convinces me that this is Heckert. I think it's Rindskopf or Kralik.
  47. Yes, I know a post from Bambus. But again, nothing convinces me that this is Heckert. I think it's Rindskopf or Kralik.
  48. 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...
  49. I add: the vase left on photo 2 has the same shape (only finer relief ribbing) as Warren's vase - see:
  50. 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...
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