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Welz Hexagonal Vase with Zigzag Rim - Art Glassin Art Glass
Miniature Bohemian Rainbow Glass Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Rose Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Tango Glass Lightshade Update - Art Glassin Art Glass
Four Chribska Bowls - Art Glassin Art Glass
Peloton Perfume Bottles - Art Glassin Art Glass
Miniature Harrach Peloton Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Tango Glass Lightshade - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Baskets   - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Baskets - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Wonderful to see Finnish glass again..... great design as ever.
  2. The group's exact title is, French Art glass, and you have to join. Just click on the icon for groups to find it. Peggy
  3. MarmorealMaiden. There is a Facebook group called French glass which you can join from anywhere in the world. They have, in their files, research done on genuine Gallé signatures which in fact changed...
  4. Class Act!
  5. Interesting lidded bowl and great to look at too.
  6. Iwona, the ribs are a testament to the skill of the mould maker. The stripes owe their regularity to the glass maker. And the designer plays a part too. A lot of skill for something the size of a grap...
  7. Thank you, Kivatinitz, I am indeed fortunate.
  8. lol No group shot scott, sorry to disappoint.
  9. Thanks Marin, I liked that, unlike others. it doesn't have the raised rim with applied rigaree. At the same time it is the same décor as more complex pieces.
  10. scottvez, thanks.
  11. The most prolific maker of fish was Romania.
  12. I agree, Michelle. Someone on FB recounted how she had searched for a Deco lamp base for four years, but to no avail. That says a lot.
  13. Just a thought, perhaps the stems of modern tulips are bred to have stronger/thicker stalks to better support what is a heavy flower.
  14. I smiled when I saw this, two of your passions in one gorgeous image.
  15. Great find and lovely splash of colour at the end.
  16. Marin, thank you for your continuing support. I'm quite pleased with the lamp base and may just keep it and save myself the hassle of finding the real deal. Tango groups have a head start in the style...
  17. Wow22, oh dear, I wouldn't want to make anyone weep. Close up it is awesome. Very thin wall but two layers nevertheless. Clear over blue and not a cut rim. It was certainly made by a company that kne...
  18. Hi Karen, The design in image one was sometimes called a jardinière. Like other Czech makers Chribska would interpret a design in the form of a vase (2 or 3 sizes) a bowl and a jardinière. However th...
  19. Ah Karen, Tango is so simple but so cheery. Now it can be lit in Tango style!
  20. @Ivonne, Thanks Iwona, I'm pleased you like them together.
  21. Thanks vetraio, you've homed in on my favourites. I've owned the tall blue eight years and probably more and never got any where near IDing it. Bought at a vide grenier in France ...... 2 euros.
  22. @inky Thanks, Penny, it does. I like the height, which I may not get with a period lamp base.
  23. Thank you, ho2culcha. Also Hospodka had a successful career beyond designing for Chribska.
  24. Vetraio, I love the work of Hospodka and appreciate the compliment. However I think it's virtually impossible for an amateur to convey the effects he achieved on his complex shapes.
  25. The bowl in the first photo is oval and the rim is in two halves, which adds to the 'feel' of it having two halves. The 'pattern' in the blue part isn't there to the naked eye but is picked up by the ...
  26. Great find. The neck looks to have a satin finish so yes the coating probably was a DIY thing. Having glass trailing on one of these is unusual and very attractive. Also the formation of the feet is d...
  27. The Chribska production that was hot worked at the furnace always has a flat polished base. The Canadian company, Chalet Glass, made a lot of amber and clear glass though I haven't found your actual b...
  28. Thank you, Pacem, they don't turn up very often so I feel very lucky.
  29. Not at all. I'd be pleased. Anything that adds to the body of knowledge is good. Peggy
  30. I agree with Michelle. I thought the flamboyant rim was reminiscent of Walsh Walsh but don't know enough to be sure.
  31. I wasn't actually thinking of getting stoppers. I'd assumed the stoppers would have been blue to hide the clear glass at the neck. And if so getting a match would be impossible.
  32. I agree, when it comes to shades this type of shape is common and unidentifiable. However this one fits well with my Tango glass houseware collection where I don't care about the maker. Also I've foun...
  33. And being white and clear it would be a good background for colourful flowers :)
  34. Well this certainly jumped off the screen at me! Like a mirror image in colour and a great find. Just outstanding!
  35. The best things can indeed come in small parcels. It is beautiful!
  36. Intriguing from every angle as well as beautiful, Karen. One of your best!
  37. Project Harrach, thank you for this fascinating information. I have changed the title of this post accordingly. And so the little imposter on the Harrach shelf has got his passport and can stay!
  38. @Ironlace So three for Harrach, Marin. A fine ID never goes unappreciated!
  39. @ Ivonne I thought that, though peloton, it always looked a bit ordinary. However, Iwona, it certainly looks a bit better against black.
  40. @kivatinitz Thank you so much, Sylvia.
  41. @IronLace The camera has made them look almost luxurious, Marin. In real life the feet look clear with a slight peach tinge.
  42. @Ivonne At least you know I went away happy, Iwona. I only saw them as peloton. Only recently have I realised they must have had stoppers.
  43. I like peloton glass, and don't care too much who made it, as I don't find it very often. When it is found it's pricey, though these came in a swap.
  44. Thank you, inky. Oddly. although I didn't know what it was, it's been on my Harrach shelf as there was a space!
  45. Thank you, aissia, I think it's the colours. Much Victorian glass uses dark colours which is dreary to the modern taste.
  46. Thank you, larksel. I must also go back and read the history of Harrach in the 20th century.
  47. I love it. It looks like a garden with flowers growing in long grass. Well you did ask!
  48. This is so very pretty, and quite unusual in having pink veining. A really special find.
  49. Ivonne, you are right about never ending. They must have been popular back in the day.
  50. An absolute treasure. The metalwork is so delicate, and in keeping with the enamelling. Beautiful!
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