I haven't posted much recently, as I'm finding Skrdlovice a little difficult to locate right now. I'm excited at the prospect to Robert and Jindrich's book coming out in April so perhaps that will stir the pot a little, as well as give us collectors something to pore over and ooh and aah for a while.
However, I did acquire these three pieces recently. The Oliva clear piece is not uncommon and I'm not wild about it. However, I haven't seen the Vizner opalescent piece before. It's from early on in his career at Skrdlovice, and looks a little Murano-like to me. The really unusual piece, I think, is the pulegoso with the metal base. Very Art Deco and early Skrdlovice. The mark on the base is "Hand Made Czechoslovakia" so I'm presuming it's 1945 but after the German surrender.