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I've been collecting Bohemian/Czech glass, of various types, for some years now but only started posting here much later. Both activities can be addictive! Peggy I've been collecting Bohemian/Czech glass, of various types, for some years now but only started posting here much later. Both activities can be addictive! Peggy I can be contacted at peggy@heffs.org.uk (Read more)

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Welz Vase - Art Decoin Art Deco
Enamelled Powder Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Rose Bowl on Strutted Legs - Art Glassin Art Glass
Bohemian/Czech Vase on Five Bended Knees - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Ribbed Ball Feet Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik Double Thorn Vase with Applied Daisies - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik Vase with Applied Leaves - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Miniature Hexagonal Vases - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Miniature Hexagonal Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Great creatures.....beautiful photos!
  2. This has been fascinating reading but I must say I find image two horrifying.....from a health and safety standpoint. Probably no worse than anywhere else at that time of course.
  3. Left by the fairies......and you just tripped over it! A beauty, what good fortune :)
  4. Very nice find! You could search CW for 'Kralik Shell Vase' to see more versions of your vase.
  5. A real beauty......well worth enlarging image one to see the full detail in all its glory.
  6. Nice example of pressed glass with a well defined shape and a change of texture. Image three shows that well......better than the catalogue shots!!!
  7. So lovely together....... your photo does them justice!
  8. You continue to be an education, Michelle........
  9. I appreciated your interest and comments.......and didn't misunderstand!
  10. I can only say that it was a nightmare to photograph. The shape widens out rapidly and the convex curves below get hidden by the overhang. I guess this is a shape for which you need a proper photograp...
  11. Congrats and Good Fortune in the final. Great to hear all your good news at this point, in this country!
  12. Indeed, IronLace, they are few and far between.....not scenery, not in good condition or too pricey for a sideline! Hope you are well......
  13. I thought so too, Lesley, both zingy and a good find :)
  14. Thank you, Ivonne, if you saw the wear on the base you'd be sure of it's age, which is fine!
  15. Good hunting Craig, you may even find one in yet another décor!
  16. Thank you, Malkey, a bright spot in the dull Cumbrian weather. Take care :)
  17. What a find......magnificent all round!
  18. Yes, Ivonne, it is. The background is flat (painted) then the rest is enamelled. You don't come across them often!
  19. www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/201370-enamelled-powder-bowl
  20. Great to see it, Fran. It's much more like the one I posted than I remembered. I'd say the same maker for sure!
  21. Thanks, jericho, great to know and I appreciate the pun :)
  22. Sorry I missed this cornhusker. See more; www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/156896-welz-fan-vases-blue-red-stripes and spots
  23. I now think the candle sticks are likely Welz based on the Décor. Same décor found in triple thorn vases....... www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/189370-bohemian-welz-triple-thorn-vases
  24. Certainly not run of the mill! It's been fun imagining the two legged shape!
  25. Thank you for the clarification, jericho. I'll certainly be reading and looking at details more closely in future. To boot the link above includes a confetti piece I own but didn't notice when you pos...
  26. Me too......
  27. Wow22..... it's got me puzzled too!
  28. But welcome anyway and as you say unusual. Happy New Year, if somewhat belated.
  29. Thanks, Michelle, those very leaves disguised the three ribbed balls and I passed it by on several occasions!
  30. Thank you, IronLace. An interesting piece in glass terms because the honeycomb is stretched on the stem and jumbled by the complexity of the three ribbed balls of the base.
  31. Thank you, Manikin :) I think it's a particularly nice example of Kralik Applied Leaves as the deep red 'spills' into the opalescent leaves, making it look like a flower, just as you said.
  32. Hey, Karen, thanks, but most pleasing was finding rarer shapes.
  33. OMG, Karen, but this is unknown......both shape and décor.
  34. Interesting, Craig, is the 'mot juste' here. If you remember, Fran posted a piece in this décor on C.W. recently but it's no longer on her page. It was roundish with five clear feet....same cross sect...
  35. These are SO appealing, Karen, so much of their time and yet so different from the sommerso glass being produced in the West at that time. Assuming they are all yours they must brighten your day on a ...
  36. Thanks Lesley, much appreciated :)
  37. This is the only piece I've seen even vaguely like the above www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/249171-welz-vase-0n-three strutted legs
  38. I just adore the pieces on legs and the lidded jars. Flights of fancy or what!!!
  39. Thank you, Lesley, me too...... and such an unlikely shape to appear on legs!
  40. That is a beauty......
  41. Thanks, Karen, and great amongst the predominant green of its art nouveau applied flower/leaves shelf fellows. My new year started with a cold so can only get better. Best wishes to you all for a won...
  42. Thank you, IronLace. There's a small green bowl with flowers like these on ebay.uk at the moment. Probably Kralik too......
  43. Thank you Karen :) All the Best for 2019!
  44. At least I know they're not hollow! If the glass in question is new to both parties what can either expect.......
  45. I'm enjoying the 'Handled' theme, Phil, and hoping there's a third to come. You say the handles are a type of 'foam' glass, which I don't really understand. Are they hollow, perhaps?
  46. Thank you, vetraio, and to you.....Health and Happiness in 2019 !
  47. Thank you, Iwona, one might even say dramatic.
  48. Thank you, Mrstyndall, glad you like it :)
  49. Hi IronLace, I'd put yours as Kralik too.....the lattice/diamond texture on yours was used on a lot of Kralik m.o.p. pieces. Plus I have one like yours but with yet another texture on the vase itself....
  50. Thank you, larksel, your comment is much appreciated.
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