David, it would be nice to see your suspected Kotik vase. I like these vases very much myself, the Beranek type shape of lobed heavy vases in yours and Anddys collection. Your Magnor ebay picture has worried me a lot concerning care when buying heavy "Beranek" lobed type vases, since the attribution can seem very tricky. A Scandinavian collector on GMB would hopefully recognise it. I know in the 1970's Scandinavian design often mixed metal and wood and so the base may be in keeping with contemporary styles though at a glance it does look odd and a bit like Chinese inspired marriage after the event! Having a closer look at the base it does look a great fit, maybe used by someone just to stop scratching a glass table?
The first small vase you put up (mainly amber) resembles a tiny vase i bought recently, similarly small compared to the others, that was attributed to beranek probably 1950's and I had no problem with believing that myself. As posted elsewhere on GMB attributions of pre circa 1960 Beranek- Skrdlovice is hampered by lack of availability of documentation for the researchers as Jindrich has often lamented, though often fairrly certain of attribution, the lack of documents for early pieces have made identifications "probable" not certain, which is tricky for all of us!
I attach the pic of tiny "Beranek" type vase familar to some GMB members already. It is only 12 cms high but it is sweet. So far in my collecting I have noticed that the Atlas type vases can often have thin lips as well as rounded lobes encouraging some identification (probably). Though I like to use colourway as a (probable) guide since there seem to be coulour combinations that always strike me as "likely" Czech, coupled with other physical factors.
The green -yellow vase of yours worries me concerning shape but more experienced members may have a more knowledgable view than I, the blue looks good for Skrdlovice and the labelled one obviously should be too, as should the diddy (small) amber one you first put up. Mine is even smaller I think 12 cms high. It is one step up from an egg cup but I like it any way, which is all glass collecting boils down to ultimately!
nice to see some pics of more Beranek type vases. Andy's collection is extremely nice too, of course,