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Welz Fan Vases on Three Ribbed Ball Feet - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Vase.......another variation on a theme. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Lidded Jar - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz 'White on Colour' spatters on Identified Welz Shapes - Art Glassin Art Glass
A Pair of Welz Vases - Art Glassin Art Glass
Tango Glass Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Harrach Basket - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Basket - Art Glassin Art Glass
Harrach Decorated Vanity Set - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik Double Thorn Vases - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Great décor!
  2. So different from the Baccarat yet so French, and so lovely.
  3. Waxing lyrical is not your usual style, Phil, but I totally understand...... they are heavenly!
  4. Thank you for the lovely comment, it's appreciated!
  5. As to your last photo, I agree. I wish I could achieve such such minimalism!
  6. Just nice to see you back.....and a lovely piece of glass to boot. My best wishes for happier times.
  7. I too like group shots as they show how the company used the same mould, not only with different colours, different spatters but with different applications, or no applications, too.
  8. Thank you, all three, glad you like them too!
  9. I see the resemblance too. Vintagefran once commented that she'd seen this décor with spiral lines.....so not out of the question.
  10. lol You thought the Kralik Gloria I posted looked like a leek too...... Do they have a special place in your heart, perhaps!
  11. Exquisite...... I think you'll be enjoying this one for a long time!
  12. Beautiful! So glad you found it, IronLace, or we would probably never have seen one!
  13. Thanks, IronLace, maybe much closer in colour in real life of course!
  14. Thank you, inky, me too :)
  15. When I was just getting into Art Deco glass I bought a Welz 'Lines and Spots and a lidded spatter glass jar. The lidded jar never looked right with the other spatter glass, so I sold it. Only later di...
  16. Just goes to prove ignorance isn't always bliss.
  17. They are exquisite, Michelle, with such fine enamelling.
  18. Thank you Mrstyndall, glad you like them!
  19. Hi Fran, thank you, quite a nice variation I think.
  20. I did not say that these spatters, of white confetti on a coloured base, are markers for Welz. I did say that these vases can be identified as Welz because I personally own Welz trophy vases in the...
  21. This would light up the room before you even switched it on! Amazing........
  22. I don't know whether it glows but the person who identified it has a website which states that they come in uranium glass and non uranium glass. This one is a very pale green which is emphasised at th...
  23. Indeed, Wow22, and especially pleasing as the id adds to knowledge in general. All I knew at the outset was that this was unusual for a vanity set.
  24. Thank you, Ivonne, striking, as long as you didn't have many.
  25. IronLace I was glad you posted yours as I'd forgotten them and they seem to share characteristics with the basket.
  26. Thank you, Sammyz, eye catching certainly.
  27. I hadn't seen a vase before, only bowls, but I like that it's less common.
  28. I guess some spent their existence in cabinets......fortunately for us!
  29. It has a delicate beauty, I think. And you have a knack for finding less often seen Welz treasures!
  30. And now, Michelle, I have to decide whether it goes with the Kralik applied flowers etc. or with the Welz fraternity.
  31. Indeed, Newfld, it stops the basket being insipid!
  32. I agree, Iwona, that it's good to exchange ideas, even when it can only be opinion!
  33. I think it a plausible idea that the maker was imitating a high end product, I also think, after closer inspection, that the 'beige' colour simply comes from taking off the glossy surface. In parts t...
  34. So must be true, thank you!
  35. I think we're at odds......I think the original meaning (a two colour combination) did come from the Tango craze, Black and any ONE of the vivid colours the ladies wore. I would stick with that. Howev...
  36. That's not for me to say :)
  37. Aw, so gorgeous. My search starts now for a Viking hippo. Two actually to allow for one being stolen by my son!
  38. I thought the original meaning of Tango glass came from the clothing of the Latin American dancers who toured Europe teaching the Tango. The men wearing black suits with short jackets and the women fl...
  39. I go with the purist definition.....one solid colour with a contrasting colour trim. I would consider IronLace's lovely vase as a spatter piece. As there seem to be no hard and fast rules we can all b...
  40. Thank you, IronLace, they'll be fraternal twins for me too from now on!
  41. I love the double petals......an F1 variety perhaps!
  42. Though the 'different' shapes were not intentional I thought it worth remarking on as a visual explanation of a principal can, at times, be striking.
  43. I admit, IronLace. that if, for instance, the Stourbridge makers used uranium and the Bohemians didn't that would interest me.
  44. My rose bowl has three colours in the spatter too and orange lines. Possibly more variations out there too! I've not tested it IronLace, as I've never understood why anyone does that! Clearly not a pr...
  45. lol probably as well we don't know who else is watching......
  46. www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/121144-kralik-rose-bowl
  47. Oh my goodness.....AMAZING! I do hope someone recognises it for you!
  48. You find such lovely things in your garden......
  49. I confess, artfoot, that I bought this without remembering I'd seen yours. Still there's been a lot of glass under the eyes in that time!
  50. Oh, I love it.....and long before Pavel Panek!
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