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'Beehive' Rose Bowls - Art Glassin Art Glass
Small Bohemian Vases with hand enamelled garlands of flowers - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Tango Glass, not the shade. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Baskets   Examples of their Large Baskets. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Types of Tango Glass - Art Glassin Art Glass
Large Bohemian Enamelled Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Bohemian Tango Glass Sugar Bowl in Silver Stand - Art Decoin Art Deco
Small Victorian Vases - Art Glassin Art Glass
Satin Glass Bohemian Vases, Mirror Image Pair - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kosta Boda Lead Crystal Hippo - Animalsin Animals

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  1. Sorry, no thoughts! I've been back a few times hoping to find out what it actually is, apart from intriguing.....
  2. I noticed the different base however it has the other Kralik identifier on the lobed shape. That being the small groove around each lobe. Useful on plain colours and on decors similar to those made b...
  3. Thank you, I'd never seen that page of Loetz. com.
  4. I own a Loetz Sphinx with a Dek no. on its base. No pontil but it is smooth. The papillon decor is 'spotty' all over the vase.
  5. Cool cat!
  6. Congratulations, Marin, on finding a lovely example. The flower petals are especially well done on this one.
  7. Beautiful, but hard to believe such fine enamelling could be achieved on something barely three inches tall.
  8. Thanks, Karen, I've only recently started looking at stuff like this but I agree.
  9. The two on the right I actually like, Karen, and will keep them. The other four were bought with a view to finding two of exactly the same shape and perhaps one day finding an attribution if any had a...
  10. Yes, that's my favourite too. As to flower arrangers they're a problem for me too. I can only say buy them when you see them regardless of size. If you are considering selling anything with a frog, ke...
  11. Inky The shelving was there when I bought the house. I admit I did adjust the shelf spacing to accommodate the varying height of the baskets though!
  12. Indeed it has, Michelle. Not least because Welz baskets are easily found in the U.K. though many are listed as Stevens and Williams.
  13. I collected these 'beehives' for a while and have five. All had spatter decors of some sort which I could never identify. I can only put my hands on three now. I'll do a post of them for comparison a...
  14. Thank you, Penny, so kind.
  15. You do indeed find the greatest stuff, inky. I am in love with this one.
  16. Hi Michelle, I am not challenging the view of the curators of those exhibitions. However l do think that the simple one colour + contrast trim has greater impact. Doesn't stop me having all styles of ...
  17. shareyourpassion, this is second post that has the lamp,x
  18. Nice find Marin. They certainly look to be related. The only facetted stoppers I have are on perfumes belonging with a Harrach vanity set. Obviously not conclusive but I do think the extra work to cre...
  19. Welz made a lot of baskets, Karen. These large ones are my favourites, my bruiser baskets!
  20. Thank Sylvia, handling glass itself teaches a lot.
  21. Thank you, Sylvia, much appreciated.
  22. Glad you like it, Manikin :)
  23. Eza, I collect lampshades too, though usually painted ones. This one is simpler but good with the Tango Glass.
  24. I do posts like these, Karen, because they give an idea of the fad of the day and the way different makers interpreted it. Glad you liked the photos too.
  25. courtenayantiques, and some of those were made by best Bohemian makers.
  26. Yes, Penny, simple but always make good pictures.
  27. I look forward to your post. The taller ones at the back are ID'd by their construction. A very thin layer of colour over white giving a really pale shade.
  28. May be an acquired taste, scott, but I agree.
  29. Interesting! I do wonder why a NZ company would buy from the UK with the transport costs that would involve.
  30. Well done you! I think what you have is a Welz lidded bowl. I recognise the knobbly finial and the 'splash' of glass that attaches it to the lid as Welz. I once did a 'Know Your Finial' post here. If ...
  31. Mallards have blue/green feathers on them. Is he perhaps meant to look as if he is grooming his feathers?
  32. I like it a lot, but have no idea of it's origins. At 9.5 inches square perhaps it was for offering sweeties or nibbles to guests.
  33. Vynil33rpm, I like any amount of vivid colour, in glass collections and clothes. However my walls, floors and furniture are always pale neutral shades.
  34. Thank you, Mrstyndall. I'm pleased you like them.
  35. Yes, BHIFOS, that's very true for various reasons. The lobed base stays as it is when it comes out of the mould. At that point the top part is cylindrical. It is then shaped manually into the designat...
  36. Classic Welz, Marin. I've always liked that hobnailed, frilly foot. I even liked it when teamed with a thorn vase! Truly you never know what you'll find with Welz, but that's the fun.
  37. Thank you, Marin, after a slow start I've become quite 'into' baskets.
  38. I like that photo too, Michelle. Not least because, except the lampshade, they all have a pedigree but some I bought before I knew their pedigree.
  39. Thank you, Sylvia, It does have a certain appeal in spite of its simplicity.
  40. Hi shareurpassion, nice to hear from you and thanks for such a lovely comment :)
  41. Mrstyndall, you've really got to the essence of Tango glass.
  42. Marin, please do just that. I may add more myself.
  43. scott, Good eye! You've homed in on the group that includes Tango from some well known names.
  44. Great Tango glass, and you can display it in so many different ways.
  45. Hi Karen, Well, my resistance is only token really. I feel I shouldn't buy anymore glass then buy it anyway! Good to hear from you, btw.
  46. I wish you luck, Sylvia, in finding one of your own. Birds seemed a very popular subject for the Bohemians so perhaps soon............
  47. Thank you, Michelle, it's a shame that it goes on a shelf. It needs a place where it could be seen from all sides.
  48. What a gorgeous surface sheen it has, beautiful!
  49. Thank you, IronLace. The shape displays the enamelling well too.
  50. Thank you, Sammyz, it's a little paler in real life.
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