sklo42

The Lake District U.K.

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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Art Deco Spatter Glass Rose Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Satin Glass Pedestal Rose Bowl ....... a thorny problem!  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik Art Deco 'Pumpkin' Rose Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass
Art Deco Rose Bowl........continuation - Art Glassin Art Glass
Kralik Lobed Rose Bowl.......to be continued - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Vase with Flaring Rim  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Bohemian Welz Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Welz Hexagonal Tapering Vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech Art Deco Satin Glass Rose Bowls - Art Glassin Art Glass
Czech Art Deco Satin Glass Rose Bowl - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Hi Wow22 I answered you this morning, in a hurry, before going out for the day. Looking at the baskets again I find that after enlarging images three and four it's possible to enlarge them further by ...
  2. I found the one you refer to. It's the same{apart from the rim). It's distinguished by the tiny 'ditch' around each lobe. Best seen here on the red one in image three. Kralik made several other lo...
  3. www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/165757-bottom-up-spatter-glass-rose-bowl You make a very valid point until you look at the base of the rose bowl. The base of a spatter piece is generally the best ...
  4. Bottoms Up !!!
  5. Thank you, kivatinitz, and not too long until Hallowe'en :)
  6. www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/136480-tall-welz-stripes-and-spots-basket--13
  7. Well me neither, but sometimes you see a possible connection you'd not noticed before. But certainly don't thank me. Sometimes it's simply down to having the right pieces of glass and wondering, wheth...
  8. Thank you, Kyratango and PhilDMorris,
  9. The beads in image four are beauties.......particularly the colour. I'm not much for jewelry but I love beads!
  10. Thank you Harry, for your continuing interest.
  11. www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/11311-kralik-thorny?in=activity
  12. Thank you, Wandlessfairy, they do have a certain appeal.
  13. Thank you, welzebub. Do you have a view on who made the pieces in the above link?
  14. Typo.....should read 'considerably'. Sorry!
  15. The vases are also a reminder that there is probably considerable more translucent Czech glass in this world than we will ever know. As we are totally reliant on marks or distinctive shapes the majori...
  16. Yvonne, the upside down view is there because it gives a better view of both spatters. The link is worth a look too, by the way.
  17. Thank you, Ivonne, for giving the idea your consideration. The biggest difference is the colour of the amethyst/black spatter. On the lobed bowl here the spatter remains amethyst presumably because th...
  18. These seem to be the same décor..... www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/11311-kralik-thorny?in=activity
  19. There is a Santa Claus after all! Seriously it's exquisite, well done!
  20. Thank you Mrstyndall, very good of you to say so!
  21. Nice to hear that, Ivonne, and good hunting!
  22. Thank you, welzebub, I was very pleased with this one :)
  23. Thank you, welzebub. What I like is that you can see the extremes of one décor. Furthest right back row is dark all over and furthest left front row is extremely pale. Welz production is mind boggl...
  24. I'll be in touch.....
  25. I've come to this 'early' Welz by a different route from you and think, sometimes, it would help to compare thoughts, ideas on pieces. In the absence of books all we have to go on is the glass and the...
  26. Thank you, Ironlace. Of course some go back a good few years to when I had space and bought more! Looking at your vase I see it has the same rigaree and foot and I'd agree with you that it's Welz. A r...
  27. It does have a half daisy head pattern and it's a crimp pattern that was used a lot by Welz. I've never found out whether glass companies had crimping tools ordered to their own design or whether ...
  28. Thanks, Iron lace. I think it's the length of the stem that makes these attractive!
  29. If you loved this thanks a lot!
  30. Thanks for the loves everyone :)
  31. Thanks for the loves folks.
  32. Ooooh, lovely Ivonne, particularly the shape!
  33. Thanks Fran, no doubt your favourite is the red/yellow one ;)
  34. It's that old adage, Harry. The grass is always greener............
  35. I like these a lot, and particularly the duck egg blue and yellow. I envy you the greater variety of shapes found in the US :)
  36. I would have bought it too. Unknown is unimportant if it you enjoy seeing it! Just my view.....I do realise mikelv has identified it :)
  37. What a great variety of shapes you have, Ivonne! It makes for an interesting group.
  38. Lovely glass, Ivonne, and good to see you posting Polish glass. I for one would like to see more.
  39. Category.....AMAZING. Some pieces you just have to buy even if they don't fall into your main collecting area!
  40. Hmm, IronLace, it seems stands are to you what frogs are to me lol
  41. The glass is glorious and the epergne and stand look well together as the stand echoes the curves of the epergne.
  42. It's a lovely item, Ivonne, The crest around the rim is a nice finishing touch!
  43. I'm not sure which I love more, the ribbed casing or the lovely shades of green!
  44. www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/231504-art-deco-welz-rose-bowl
  45. An interesting thought, Ivonne. I think that on size you'd be limited to small wild flowers like daisy,buttercup and thrift. But where the spatter is really vivid you'd need to limit yourself to flowe...
  46. Beautiful, it looks as dainty as fine lace.......
  47. Lovely enameling on an elegant shape!
  48. Thank you so much kivatinitz, it is certainly colourful!
  49. Thanks, Karen :). I think colour has more influence on our perceptions than we generally realise.
  50. Thank you Parkerhouse. Is your Black/Orange bottle the one posted on Sklo Czech Glass by any chance? It was striking! Unknown spatters are very difficult to identify unless they appear on a distinc...
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