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Welz Vase or Life Light - Art Glassin Art Glass
Small Bowls with Cavorting Figures - Art Glassin Art Glass
Iridescent Welz - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Knuckle Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Burmese Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Harrach Enamelled Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Vase..... a shape that comes in many guises - Art Glassin Art Glass
One Kralik Shape and One Welz Shape.......two décors - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Rose Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Candle Lamps - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. I love the way it looks so different in each of your images.....never boring!
  2. Exactly, Karen, and don't we all need that just now!
  3. Thank you, scott. It's five years since I found a piece in this stripe, so very pleased to find this one :)
  4. Thanks, Manikin, good to hear from you and so to know you are well.
  5. I remember your pieces with great pleasure, kivatinnitz.
  6. Iwona, I look at them and think how nice it would be to have such energy.......
  7. Wow22, I appreciate your imput. In fact looking now at image two I can see the evidence that stencils were used. Thank you.
  8. Michelle, sorry I didn't spot your comment, it still isn't obvious on my phone. I'm very pleased you like them, however.
  9. If you look at the image of the stacked bowls you can view two versions of the same figures. These are sufficiently different to make me think hand painted. I'm happy to be corrected if any one actual...
  10. One might say that this little beauty punches above its weight!
  11. Welzebub, and yet I've had so much fun collecting it all. I've now got my sights on a piece in a décor I last bought five years ago and in a shape completely new to me!
  12. kivatinitz, I'm glad you find the post interesting.
  13. racer4four, I find Japanese glass just as confusing, though very pleasing. Really it just boils down to what interests you. You find you've learned stuff without even noticing you were learning!
  14. Michelleb007, satisfying but not something you can do very often :)
  15. IronLace, What a lovely comment, and really appreciated. Of course the same could be said of your collection. We have a lot of overlaps yet each has its own flavour.
  16. scottvez, thank you.
  17. Wow22, thank you. In fact you can only id them at all if you can link by shape to a known décor. Even buying them is difficult. Ebay sellers list them as Loetz and price them accordingly......and asto...
  18. Thank you, larksel.
  19. This one's a beauty......call it what you like!
  20. Colours u like? Me too!
  21. Fascinating
  22. Gorgeous! Well done you!
  23. Many Happy Returns......enjoy your day.
  24. These were the first things I saw yesterday morning and a wonderful start to the day they were. Design and colours superb.......
  25. Thanks, Karen, long time in coming! Pity you are no longer educating me in Japanese glass. Miss it!
  26. Hi Karen, good to hear from you, glad you like it too! I haven't got my Australian phrasebook to hand, so guessing...... but I'm fine in the circs!
  27. And thank you, scott.
  28. They make a lovely group, interestingly different, yet they blend so well.
  29. I shall delete all further comments on this post and you will have to discuss your patent issues etc elsewhere.
  30. Good to know, thank you, IronLace
  31. Totally compelling evidence that Welz made Burmese glass. More specifically interesting to me is that one of your images shows a strong uranium content. One of the seller's images of the vase I posted...
  32. I consider the first comment on this post to be disingenuous, aimed purely at causing trouble. The squat vase above was not attributed to Welz on the M crimp of the rim but on the existence of the...
  33. IronLace, I can't say how sorry I am for my thoughtless mistake, for that's what it was. However it should never have happened as I would not wish to be disrespectful or hurtful.
  34. The quality of the painting is exquisite. A sheer delight!
  35. I enjoy your posts, as it's quite a while since anyone posted American glass regularly. Thank you!
  36. Love it, been looking for one for years. Well done!
  37. Pretty, and the shape displays the technique well. Unusual Moser to me, thanks for the education
  38. These are wonderful, kivatinitz. The mounts are pretty but not overwhelming, so allow the glass to shine too.
  39. You are certainly posting some lovely glass of late, Michelle, this being no exception. So soft and delicate, for orange!
  40. lol With your reasoning I could turn my Welz lightshade upside down and pass it off as a fruit bowl!
  41. I like this décor myself and have it on a 'knuckle' bowl. I admit to being a little reluctant to think that it may not be Kralik.
  42. The detail is exquisite.
  43. The mark doesn't scream Kralik. though!
  44. Hi Phil, recently in a Facebook group someone said, "Only two major Czech glass houses thrived after WWII and they were Harrach? and Moser? However I wasn't sure I'd remembered the names correctly.......
  45. Thank you, Michelle.
  46. Hi Phil, Does it come from that period?
  47. renedijkstra never substantiates anywhere else either, just sayin'
  48. It is a beautiful example of what I suspect remains your favourite glass. The richness of it is a delight to see. Happy for you, Michelle.
  49. Thank you Kivatinitz, just so :)
  50. IronLace. It is and I'm so lucky to have it.
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