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Author Topic: Welz,Welz,Welz?  (Read 2200 times)

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Offline obscurities

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Re: Welz,Welz,Welz?
« Reply #10 on: September 15, 2013, 02:51:30 PM »
M, Oddly, that shape is the only shape I have seen the decor on. I have found about a dozen different decors on that shape by them...  and only in the one size, which is just over 4 inches tall. I had a really nice blue one in two shades of blue which I lost in my shelving collapse...  and a couple of other decors also...

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Re: Welz,Welz,Welz?
« Reply #11 on: January 29, 2014, 02:58:28 AM »
Craig mentioned:
Pic 1 Vase 1 - That shape, at least I think it is that shape and possibly the same decor was shown in the Tango exhibit. at 41 seconds into the video in the link below it is in the far back right of the shot. I believe it is in a different case with a separate tag than the Welz items.  I have not successfully linked the decor to Welz at this point. Although the entire base can not be seen, the shoulder of this shape is quite distinctive and I have only seen it in this one form, and in several different decors, but none confirmed as Welz."

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I think I have found the vase he is referring to in the video of the Tango exhibition at Regionální muzeum v Teplicích (27 January – 4 March 2012)

It is among some pix taken by Dirk at the Novy Bor exhibition of TangoSklo Proměny barevných kontrastů.

They were taken some months earlier than the video in August 2011.

You can see the vase here:

There are actually two vases .... slightly different.
There's a red one "A" and blue "B" (see below).
Yours is the one on the left. "A"

They seem to be in a group which at that stage was part of the Rückl cabinets.
There is another photo of it here again by Dirk:

Some of the attributions seemed to have changed.
By the time it got to Teplice it "A" was no longer with the Rückl pieces.
The similar blue vase "B" was still with the Rückl pieces.

As Craig mentions your vase was in a cabinet to the right of the Welz and Tomschick pieces.

Tantalyzing cabinet is that one!

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Re: Welz,Welz,Welz?
« Reply #12 on: January 29, 2014, 01:33:54 PM »
Thanks for that,some great pieces in those cabinets, ;D ;D

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Re: Welz,Welz,Welz?
« Reply #13 on: January 29, 2014, 09:57:38 PM »
Many thanks - well spotted!  :)
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