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I've been collecting Bohemian/Czech glass, of various types, for some years now but only started posting here much later. Both activities can be addictive! Peggy I've been collecting Bohemian/Czech glass, of various types, for some years now but only started posting here much later. Both activities can be addictive! Peggy I can be contacted at peggy@heffs.org.uk (Read more)

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Art Nouveau Bohemian Rose Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik Art Nouveau Iridescent Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Vases on Strutted Legs - Art Glassin Art Glass
Zelezny Brod Figurine - Art Glassin Art Glass
Bohemian Welz Vase on Three Ribbed Ball Feet - Art Glassin Art Glass
Bohemian Welz Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech Tango Glass Vase On Strutted Legs - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech Art Deco Bowl on Strutted Legs - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Vase on Strutted Legs - Art Glassin Art Glass
Bohemian Welz Pedestal Vases - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Wonderful post to find at the end of a long day......enjoyable on so many levels!
  2. Beautiful indeed, Lesley, and your photographs show its nuances!
  3. Great to return and to find that my mauve unknown has become Welz......a hunch that paid off :)
  4. Gorgeous!!!
  5. Gorgeous greens, great optics!
  6. I love these and would love even more to find some, one even, to buy.
  7. I always think this looks like a luxury woven fabric! Heartfelt good luck with the packing......I'm at the other end of the process :)
  8. And surprisingly so, IronLace, considering its mere 5.5 inches.
  9. Karen .... I have this relief pattern in other colourways so I'm looking forward to getting the boxes unpacked and seeing them all together.
  10. IronLace.....it does indeed have a look of the ocean to it.
  11. Hmmmmm, Karen, you've been known to wax lyrical too!
  12. Yes MALKEY, certainly best to avoid ones without the cage/frog. They look unfinished without and they're so difficult to buy. Always good to hear from you, Peggy
  13. Thanks, MALKEY, I never tire of these! Best wishes......
  14. Thank you, MALKEY, good to have your take on this and take care :)
  15. Thank you Phil, I appreciate that they didn't end up in the next county :)
  16. It does,Ivonne. and in places mixes with the blue to become almost green.
  17. Here's a link to the 'Pepita' type version; www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/149337-kralik-iridescent-vase
  18. Thank you, kivatinitz :)
  19. Well I thought so, IronLace, and glad you agree :)
  20. I too would have bought this basket, had I seen it in the same circumstances!
  21. Hey, we all love a coup, even someone else's!
  22. Congratulations, Phil. Magnificent.......vase and purchase!
  23. A great find, Michelle, and in an unusual and delicate décor......well done!
  24. A lovely shape, Ivonne, so streamlined!
  25. Welz, both your basket and scott's! However scott posted his basket (7 year's ago) when far less was known about Welz than is known now. Craig Orkney's research has changed a lot!
  26. A magnificent vase, Lesley, and the blend of floral and geometric motifs gives it a buzz!
  27. Sounds cute, IronLace :)
  28. Thank you, Lesley :) I admit I keep going to look at him, in all his glorious detail!
  29. Unfortunately, Karen, these photos are not the best but there were already comments when I realised that and it's no longer possible to change the photos or anything else for that matter! However y...
  30. Brunswick, here in Europe it's not at all unusual to be able to trace the history of a town or a country back to 1342, and beyond. There's a Czech village called Chribska where glass making started in...
  31. Ivonne, as the function 'Edit Your Item' has been removed I decided to do some research rather than embarrass myself. The tuba and the sousaphone are the same shape but different in shape from a eupho...
  32. Me too, Ivonne, and for non musicians like me this one is playing a euphonium.
  33. I think this must be the loveliest pressed glass bowl ever to appear here. Great find!!!
  34. You're right on Goldberg being refiners, IronLace, and that they used blanks. Also I expect you know that one colour enameling was used beneath gilding to make the gilding 'stand out' as it were. Good...
  35. Lol, Karen......well you did your best in finding me a lovely blue pair in the frilly topped variant :)
  36. I agree and it'd be great to find one in a less common décor!
  37. Lovely, and a restrained palette for rainbow glass. The depiction of the veining of the leaves is also seen on enameled work by Goldberg. Just a thought.....
  38. Thank you, Karen. A lot of the thorns do suffer damage, but at anything between 100 and 140 years old it's almost inevitable. Often you can only spot the damage with your fingers!
  39. Looking and smiling! He is such fun!
  40. Thank you, Manikin. I'm still surprised to see so much pink Welz as it is such a contrast to my early Welz finds in the U.K. which were spatter mixes of strong dark colours.
  41. Very stylishly done. The cameo design and the silver overlay complement each other so well. Splendid!
  42. I have the same shape but with an orange interior...... First time I've seen another.
  43. Great optics.....looks more of a sculpture than a candlestick!
  44. It has magnificent iridescence......always a plus in my book!
  45. I'd not seen this décor before.......but it's an absolute pleasure to make its acquaintance!
  46. So you did gravitate to the pink.....very pretty!
  47. Your photos may out-malkey MALKEY if you continue in this vein :) Lovely glass too!
  48. A lovely décor, Michelle. Quietly understated spatter, but luxurious looking thanks to the iridescence bouncing off the indents. Your Rindskopf posts are an education for me :)
  49. Stunning glass and now so well displayed.
  50. Though an unusual colour your bowl does have the two essentials for Tango Glass i.e. it is a solid colour with a contrast trim. I have a Tango Glass pedestal bowl with a foot constructed in the same w...
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