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Loetz Rose Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Small Welz Lidded Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Bohemian Glass Vase, Marmoriertes Glass - Art Glassin Art Glass
Three Welz Baskets, One Décor - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Basket - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik Rose Bowls  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik Opalescent Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Two Welz Ribbed Trophy Vases - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Knuckle Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Tango Glass Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Yes, Marin, a colour I really like with a subtle gleam.
  2. BHIFOS I'm going to have to backtrack some here. There may well be other makers who extended the relief pattern on to the base.
  3. The fact that the moulded shape continues on to the base is typical of Kralik.
  4. Yes Phil, one of the less 'in your face' décors!
  5. Thanks Phil, nice to hear from you.
  6. With that décor, in the UK, you've got a good chance of the bowl tuning up.
  7. Stand them the other way up as they are pedestals for a tiny ribbed bowl, which takes a small stubby candle. Find the matching bowls and then you'll have a pair of Welz candle lamps, in a spatter déco...
  8. Small perhaps but absolutely beautiful!
  9. I'm a late comer to appreciation of this type of Art Deco glass. I think this set is beautiful and hope you have more such delights.
  10. For links to work at a click they have to be in Comments.
  11. Thanks, Michelle, unusually quiet and shapely for Welz.......
  12. Thank you, Sylvia, I totally see what you mean.
  13. Thanks scott, not surprising but much appreciated!
  14. Wow22 Isn't it just! And not uncommon for Welz I'd not seen either shape or décor previously.
  15. It reminded me of the bell tents found at Village Fetes of my childhood. Not much different really!
  16. So beautiful in an understated way. Congratulations on knowing it when you saw it!
  17. I hadn't even noticed those three ground bands, Iwona. They are meticulously placed and would have needed dedicated machinery. I wonder whether they are the usual preparation for gilding. It would ma...
  18. Thank you Marin, it was nice to find something different!
  19. kivatinitz, yes they are, thank you.
  20. inky, just so, but no juice :)
  21. Wow22, beware I started out with that view!
  22. Vetraio, very glad you think so!
  23. Ivonne, thank you, and so many more yet to find.
  24. Congratulations, Penny, on finding and making yours such delightful pieces. Breathtaking!
  25. IronLace, we shall see.
  26. Language is a living thing and, ........changes up with which I have not kept, may be correct but deserves to be dead!
  27. Nice vase, Marin. I have the décor in other colours and when bought they were Rindskopf 'Ribbed'. The examples I have to hand have exactly the same foot. That said maybe there have been changes I've n...
  28. As to how did your Welz vases get to Kincardineshire...... The Welz company exported ship loads of glass to Great Britain (as it then was) in the Victorian/Edwardian era. Less so after WW I. A surpris...
  29. So Craig, back to the drawing board!
  30. Thank you, Larksel, the décor has been unknown for so long, but no more! The spatter is quite distinctive and I have two other pieces in the spatter, but without the trailing. perhaps their day will c...
  31. Yes, Marin, I think I do know! But I love it too, even to the point of paying real money for it! Don't hold it against me, lol.
  32. Well, clearly a pedigree cat, his companions will be in awe.
  33. Thank you, Sylvia, I think it's the quiet gleam of the glass that does it.
  34. Thanks Marin, I think the blue one works best too.
  35. Thanks Karen, I don't really have sub sections, It was a skit on three being the point at which you've started a new collection!
  36. Karen, Glad you like it. Certainly the wider they are, and the stronger the opalescence, the more colour diffusion you get. I've had it for years, just never gave it a post of its own!
  37. p.s. Marin, you can find these in Pepita colours as well, so eyes peeled!
  38. No problems Marin. I will only delete if you wish it. As to this post I was just glad that you liked the vase and didn't see my post as infringing on yours in any way.
  39. Please delete my mouse playing up!
  40. Lovely glass, Marin, and nice to find you 'happy in your skin'. The last phrase I picked up in France and we don't seem to have an equivalent in English.
  41. I love this series but have not seen this interior colour before, so a real pleasure, Marin.
  42. There was quite a fashion for 'soliflors' in great chunks of glass at one time. This is one of the nicest I've seen.
  43. Thanks, Karen, the number of décors made by Welz seems never ending.
  44. Thank you, scott :)
  45. C'mon scott, three groupings!
  46. Hi Iwona, It's opalescent glass and image three is the best representation of the colour.
  47. Thank you, Sylvia, a fully opened modernist flower, just before the petals begin to fall.
  48. Just so, Karen, and a little treasure for me as this type of Welz is not common in the UK.
  49. Gorgeous little boxes. Fine workmanship, on the metal too.
  50. Gillian, yes I can see what you mean, thanks.
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