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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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Early Loetz - Persian - Indian décor - Art Glassin Art Glass
Two vases - W. Kralik Sohn (probably) - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz  Ausführung 104 (allegedly) - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz - Ausführung 119 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Wilhelm Kralik (most likely) - Art Glassin Art Glass
Wilhelm Kralik "Merletto" - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf - one shape - three decors - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Orange Opal glass vase in copper mounting - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Creta mit Batzen - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Etching Ink DEK 624 - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. Congratulations. I think this combination wasn't yet known.
  2. Nice piece. Perhaps it could also be Kralik ?
  3. Beautiful piece. Congratulations.
  4. This could be a product of rafinery Karel Palda Nový Bor (Haida) cca 1930.
  5. Beautiful pieces. From the photo, the second vase seems a little bigger. Ast glass vase could be PN II-739 (see:
  6. This is a wonderful piece. Congratulations.
  7. Amazing. Fantastic. Congratulations.
  8. Nice. In my opinion it would be more likely Pallme Koenig (?).
  9. Thank you Kai. I'm posting my 3 vases Persian - Indian décor.
  10. Very interesting. Thanks for posting. What is the difference between décor Persian and décor Indian? Indian has also light blue in addition to white centers?
  11. I also think it's Kralik. I'm glad you bought it (my offer was lower). Congratulations.
  12. Wonderful. Congratulations.
  13. Yes, or as Andy says: a pattern like PG 7993 executed in aventurine.
  14. So it seems that the design is from Franz Hofstötter. see MAK Wien:
  15. Wonderful. I have not seen a decor vase on a 4 photo yet.
  16. Interestingly. My vase with this decor has a less brown color spreeding to the bottom and less blue iris. see
  17. Nice piece. Congratulations.
  18. I think Hermann Pautsch decorated the glass to order from Julius Muhlhaus. Company Julius Muhlhaus was both refineries glass, but especially important exporter of glass.
  19. Beautiful piece. But be careful replicas of glass Hermann Pautsch - Mühlhaus were made in Novy Bor and after World War II. Currently, they are still manufactured by Egermann s.r.o. With regard to mark...
  20. Beautiful piece. Congratulations.
  21. Wonderful.
  22. Very interesting. Thanks for posting.
  23. Beautiful piece. Congratulations.
  24. Amazing piece. Congratulations.
  25. Correcting. My vase is not the same but similar. see:
  26. Nice. The same vase (maybe bigger) with a bronze statue of a woman is in Passau Glasmuseum ranked at Poschinger. I have it in my collection too (unfortunately damaged) as Poschinger, but I think it ca...
  27. Kralik supplied semi-finished products for French glassworks (allegedly also for Gallé), but in my opinion this is completely Kralik product. I have a bowl with this decor, which is labeled etching "K...
  28. I think that even the painting was done by Rindskopf. But who knows?
  29. It seems Fred Dunn was a German American. His name is associated not only with the company producing metal art objects, but also with football in Bavaria. Fred Dunn participated in the creation of the...
  30. "PERGAMON" brand is stamped on the bottom metal mounting. On mounting is also stamped "GERMANY" and "GES. GESCH." PERGAMON is a German trademark owned probably by Fred Dunn & Co. It has no connection ...
  31. These are really beautiful vases. Congratulations.
  32. I think it's Creta mit Batzen. PN II-2 / 541, 1902.
  33. Wonderful. Congratulations. I am inclined to believe that the painting is designed by Franz Hofstötter. see my vase -
  34. Wonderful. Congratulations.
  35. Thank you Warren. But this DEK appeared in the new DEK at about 2 days before the vases were delivered to me by mail from the Czech auction house Zezula.
  36. I agree that in the PN description of "tango glass", the color of himmelblau often appears. However, I did not find the Himmelblau glatt in these PN shapes. But there are both Dunkelblau and Dunkelbla...
  37. Thank you. I'll try it.
  38. Thank you Warren, this glass is more transparent than Blauopal Iris. It's not "verlaufend". Glass inside is not opal, it can be slightly opalescent. I know Loetz did Himmelblau Glatt (for example, PN ...
  39. Thank you Bambus. Next possibility. I think the bottom marking can be from a refinery. ??
  40. Thus, the glass is not UV reactive. UV reactive is only part of the spots. In a detailed review, I found that spots are mostly green, a few are blue-green, and a few yellow (UV-reactive). Failed to me...
  41. I will do the UV reactivity test tomorrow night. But I suppose glass will be UV reactive.
  42. Wonderful. Congratulations. In Passau Glasmuseum, the same set (without stopper) is classified as Loetz. (I can send a photo)
  43. Loetz marked this decor probably "Neptun innen Silber gefleckt".
  44. Wonderful. Congratulations.
  45. Wonderful. Congratulations.
  46. Dimensions: 14,2 x 17 cm
  47. I misunderstood it. In the GMP, this DEK is presented on "Ciselé".
  48. 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 - ...
  49. 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...
  50. 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 ...
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