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My Latest Welz Find - Art Glassin Art Glass
Another Welz Décor - Art Glassin Art Glass
A Pair of Welz Vases - Art Glassin Art Glass
A Welz Decor.......but which one? - Art Glassin Art Glass
A Pair of Welz Baskets - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Décor, Red Yellow Green. the green has mica - Art Glassin Art Glass
Two Welz Baskets - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Opalescent Lines - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Mini Hex ......another find I wasn't expecting! - Art Glassin Art Glass
Chribska - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. It is beautiful, Michelle, and after 130 years it would grace any style of home.
  2. Just a great find, Alan. No surprise that I love it!!!
  3. I greatly enjoy the ones that puzzle or trick the eye!
  4. I just love this décor, especially when it comes out well as in image three!
  5. Wonderful pair, and great amongst the toning Autumn leaves!
  6. I think seeing your peloton pieces grouped by type of peloton would be very interesting. However with only four images per post you may need more than one post! No hardship there though :)
  7. A really unusual peloton, but in colours similar to to another peloton piece you have. Unusual basket shape too. A wonderful find!
  8. Great find and well done, as in beating off the opposition! Of course the cross section of the snake was often used as a handle on jugs of the period and later. Said handles also ended in a 'claw'. No...
  9. It's a lovely example of 'Seaweed' and from its given height it must be impressive in real life! Lovely find.......
  10. Just perfect for the front of the shelf..... a little treasure that will be seen and let the bigger pieces be seen too! I love iridescent rose bowls, whatever their size!
  11. I love the shade of green, perfect foil for the pink.....in fact I love it all full stop !!!
  12. Image one drew me in.......magnificent! Like nothing I've seen before !!!
  13. Thank you Ir0nLace. I'm certainly very pleased and somewhat surprised to have it.
  14. Bambus1920 I totally agree, and sometimes things fall into your lap in the most surprising ways!
  15. Thank you, all four..... Concise, to the point and much appreciated!
  16. It is so beautiful !
  17. I could hardly disappoint Lesley! It was a no brainer really. When will I see another one? And it didn't disappoint!!!
  18. Well I think so, Sylvia, and that you do too is pleasing.
  19. I'm pleased you like them, kivatinitz, thank you.
  20. Thanks Marin, I dream of the day I'm living without boxes.....
  21. I love peloton glass and do admire your ability to find so many beautiful examples of it. Only a teensy bit envious :)
  22. I will, but it'll be tomorrow.
  23. I like this shape, not overwhelmed by rigaree!
  24. Thanks, scott, I'm opening my boxes at last!
  25. A very special paperweight indeed. It might be displayed to advantage on the lid of a wooden box, if you had one of an appropriate size. Totally unconnected, between what you wrote about your 'weight...
  26. Hello, Ivan. I don't know why ancient posts appear either. Though personally I find it really annoying. Mostly I just want to see recent posts, but I'm continually interrupted and have to backtrack. ...
  27. That is up to you. I would love to own another Harrach set! There may be a simple explanation but my 'set' is not a complete match with the set in the exhibition. The original post did not conclude th...
  28. My comments refer to the first link. The perfume bottles in the link have a small 'shoulder' below the neck. The perfume bottles in the above image have a smooth curve from the neck down. The stoppers...
  29. I know the joy of a forgotten jem and this is a beauty. I particularly love the substantial red trailing!
  30. Finally the shape of these baskets are distinctive and appear in other Welz décors, as posted by welzebub. I called them Welz on shape, commenting on the colour only secondarily. These baskets were ...
  31. Thank you Craig for the original information. Your further comments may be incomprehensible to some, but not to me. That is because I have deleted two comments this morning. Both were in the nature of...
  32. Thank you, IronLace for the appreciation. You may well see more of my baskets.....
  33. Indeed scott! How many more times is this going to happen?
  34. So good to hear from you again....and with such lovely pieces. These silhouettes always show such vitality and joy. Beautiful!
  35. These décors can also look good with tango pieces. Of course that only applies if the Tango piece picks up one of the colours of the lines/spots.
  36. Great displays! The group of six would also look good, as two trios, at the ends of a mantelpiece.
  37. At least we aren't in denial! However I fear I've already posted all I have.
  38. Vynil33rpm, he was a rescue cat found trapped in a bramble patch in a wood. He had been dumped there. I miss him still.
  39. Nice to hear from you, Phil.
  40. I'm displaying these with Welz Tango in red.....we'll count those as the tomatoes!
  41. I've always loved this décor, Alan. A cheery spot on a dire horizon.....stay safe.
  42. We should be grateful......a good laugh is a rare commodity at the moment........
  43. Yes yes yes..... :-)
  44. Impressive size too, can't be bad!
  45. Iwona, I reckon I'll end up using all the window sills in this house for display. The challenge will be achieve a theme or look.....
  46. Karen, in real life, where I'm not able to crop the clutter, it looks more like me. But I do like clean lines and pale colours.
  47. Michelle, I think using vintage shades is a pleasure and totally practical, as once hung they are totally out of harm's way.
  48. IronLace, Thank you, though I love the shade I'm happy to have it in the study where there's no question of blending oxblood into a soft furnishing scheme!
  49. Thank you Craig, The shade is my favourite and I smile every time I see it. For the shade itself and because I know how fortunate I am to own it!
  50. Whatever the faults of the internet this is it's strength.....the ability to exchange images around the world and thus further knowledge.
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