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A collector of anything that takes my fancy or is just plain unusual. I love glass, particularly European/Bohemian Art Nouveau and Deco - Loetz, Kralik, Pallme KönigA collector of anything that takes my fancy or is just plain unusual. I love glass, particularly European/Bohemian Art Nouveau and Deco - Loetz, Kralik, Pallme König, Weltz, Harrach etc etc... Email: (Read more)


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Early Loetz C1890 Pair of Glass Vases Dek I/107 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rare Early Loetz Green Onyx Dek I/358 C1890 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Loetz Crete Papillon - Art Glassin Art Glass
Harrach Carmel Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Ernest-Baptiste Leveille glass vase/bowl C1890 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Poschinger reduced enamel threaded vase c. 1900-05 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik Crackle Blue/Amber Glass Vase - Art Decoin Art Deco
Kralik Cane Bowl - Art Decoin Art Deco
Riedel Formosa Pair Glass Vases C 1900 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Ernst Steinwald and 'Kralik' décors! - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. Wow... stunning!
  2. I think you have the edge on me there Michelle, but thank you all the same ; )
  3. Very ingenious .... well done, I considered the same - It is still a very beautiful thing, I'm actually quite envious despite it's little flaws.
  4. Very nice Michelle - I watched this for a couple of weeks - can't think why I didn't buy : )
  5. Just spectacular!!
  6. oooh....these are sooo coool!!
  7. Thank you Kivatinitz
  8. Thanks Ales : )
  9. I'm really begining to love this early Loetz stuff - great post Pen, beautiful piece!
  10. Hi Ales. There are a couple of PGM pieces shown here: - one clearly shows an I before the number, so I think it is safe to assume it was an I although it...
  11. Fanx for the comments ..... Perfecly described Marin !
  12. Extraordinary piece Penny.... really exquisite.....!
  13. Hey Mercer This maker has been discussed here previously - check out the following link: Very nice piece : )
  14. Fantastical piece Omega Man!
  15. Thanks for pitching in Sammyz - i dont know - I looked at some of their crackle examples and they seem to be much more complex, and beautiful actually than this relatively simple piece. It may still b...
  16. Hi Guys, just for the record Warren didn't confirm the ID, merey suggested it could be Poschinger on the basis of size and threading, if you guys feel you could positively ID it as Knizek, then I woul...
  17. Hi Ales - I'm not sure whether the shape of the piece above is an actual known Poschinger shape? I will send you the Citation in respect of the above by email. Would appreciate your view on this.
  18. OOhhh... just spotted these Michelle - love 'em!! ; )
  19. Hi EZa - yep it's very cool - actually inside is blue - poor photography - my bad!
  20. Hi Kevin.... I just tested it and it failed ; )
  21. I cant find any Kralik vases these days - they're all at your house!! : )
  22. Wow... this is something else!
  23. Love....want it!
  24. Very cool - looks like it arrived OK then??
  25. We had a very long thread on this décor here: Why now is this décor 'positively' identified as Ruckl? The images fr...
  26. I remain unconvinced that this décor is Ruckl.
  27. Which is the new piece Lisa? image 1 or 2? Because I'm not convinced image 1 is Rückl as I've seen this shape before with Kralik décors.
  28. @8. cornhusker Man, I know what you mean. Maker is not a priority for me, rather the colour, style and workmanship - thanks for the comment : )
  29. @7 Tanks Michelle, I always appreciate your comments
  30. Hey, Thanks Kiva and Michelle!
  31. Stay strong Marin.
  32. Thanks Leah!
  33. yaay.... way to go - oh but holes at both ends - perhaps not : )
  34. Hey Peggy - turn your knuckle bowls upside down - what do you see - I see lightshades : )
  35. @3. Thanks Ales @4. C1900 Lisa - perhaps a little earlier, I cant be too sure. Also Marty lists a nice example here:
  36. Thanks Marin - they really are something else!
  37. Hi Peggy - No...closer to 1870s - as Michelle suggests - it is the colours and perhaps the design of the Butterfly particularly that reminds me of a simple abstract 1970s design.
  38. I love this Peggy - the enameling is sooo 1970s : )
  39. I have some difficulty with this. I think these shapes (grapes and fire shades) are very distinctive and in my experience not uncommon on online auction sites, indeed I have seen these many times in a...
  40. Hi Peggy - re Welz lines and spots - I thought that also....
  41. ....Still haven't found any more....
  42. Wow22 @ 12 Yep... certainly seems that way!
  43. Wow@22 Sorry no definitive information on that from Corning. C1930?
  44. I have 2 shades illustrated on image 2 Blatt 16 shape no.4379 and posted previously here:
  45. The labor migration theory is my fav.
  46. Hi Lisa - did you manage to download the Steinwald lamp reference??
  47. Anyone in New York? Longshot, but...... CORNING opens on 1 July - perhaps someone can get a look at the Catalog of Lampshades referenced in Larksel@67 comment above? It would be interesting to see t...
  48. Thanks Kevin for that observation - something I wasn't aware of before now...!
  49. Wow@49 Yep - I agree it is very probably the Kralik shape.
  50. Thanks for that Ales - My apologies, I thought we were considering shapes. So do you think that both your piece and the one in Passau are damaged? missing their tops? Or that they are finished like ...
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