4 edition of Collectible Bohemian Glass, 1880-1940 found in the catalog.
Collectible Bohemian Glass, 1880-1940
by B & D Glass
Written in English
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Books by Robert Truitt and his wife Deborah include Collectible Bohemian Glass , © The companion volume, Collectible Bohemian Glass Volume II, , © The first book profiles the products of 26 firms featuring pieces and 43 catalog pages. Volume II adds more pieces and 40 more catalog pages. Bohemia gets its name from the ancient Boii, a Celtic tribe that migrated into the region around the 2nd century B.C. A powerful presence, the Boii even battled the Romans for control of the terrain; Loetz put Bohemian glass on the map when one of the company's designs won the first prize at the Parisian Exposition Universelle in
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Companion to and continuation of: Collectible Bohemian glass, c Includes index. An attempt to identify early Loetz production from by Dr. K. M. Hasselbach. NOTE: Dr. Hasselbach's article addresses an important topic and offers valuable insight into the early production of Loetz art glass during the period of While his article is based on many years of research, Dr. Hasselbach acknowledges: "Of course, attributions based on limited information can.
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Collectible Bohemian Glass, Hardcover – May 1, by Robert Truitt (Author), Deborah Truitt (Author)4/5(4). Much needed information about antique decorative Bohemian and vintage Czech glass reference material. A challenge in an area of interesting yet little known collector's items, with little documented background due to the Bohemia-Czechoslovakia involvement in the two early 20th century World Wars and the ensuing political havoc on their business enterprises.4/5.
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Collectible Bohemian glass, [R Truitt; D Truitt]. Their books Collectible Bohemian Glass and Collectible Bohemian Glass Vol II, are standard references on the subject. Real Or Repro is an industry resource powered by a vetted marketplace of dealers and winner of numerous.
Bohemian art glass was made in and around the present-day Czech Republic during the Art Nouveau or Jugendstil era. Antique pieces in this genre most often consist of a classic vase form that has been hand-worked and sometimes deformed into swirling, organic-looking shapes like.
Czech / Bohemian glass has been in production since around the 13th century. Popular areas of Bohemian glass production were Novy Bor, Skalice and Kamenicky Senov. It is important to note that Bohemia became Czechoslovakia inand in became the Czech means that glass made after should be referred to as 'Czech glass' rather than 'Bohemian glass', although.
Buy Collectible Bohemian Glass, by Truitt, Robert, Truitt, Deborah (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(4). Bohemian antique glass and crystal has been a tradition for more than years. It was, and still is, made in what is now the Bohemian region of the Czech Republic.
Early versions of the glass were called "forest glass" because of its green color and because of the predominance of woods in this area. Bohemian. Doris Anderson Lechler, Collector Books, Collectible Bohemian Glass Robert & Deborah Truitt, B&D Glass, Collectible Bohemian Glass Vol.
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Loetz Bohemian Glass Jan Mergl, Ernst Ploil, and Helmut Ricke. Moderne Gläser Gustav E. Pazaurek (Text in German, good photos on some lesser known glass houses - can be downloaded for free as through google books) Der Gläserne Wald Christiane Sellner. Get the best deals on Bohemian & Czech Art Glass when you shop the largest online selection at Free shipping on many items Make Offer - Antique Bohemian Glass Paperweight Sulfide Faceted Large Heavy Stag 19th C.
Antique Kralik Bohemian Art Glass Vase. $ +$ shipping. "Whatever was in fashion and demand is what they produced," write Robert and Deborah Truitt in Collectible Bohemian Glass (B&D Glass).
Included in the book are pages from an catalogue of Bohemian glassmaker Julius Mohlhaus that feature a number of vases decorated with botanical motifs that resemble the examples of Bristol glass in Suzan Dentry's Author: Marie Proeller Hueston.
Delphite Glass - This type of opaque blue glass was used for novelty items and tableware, but many kitchenware pieces were made with this type of glass, too.; Fire King - One of the most prolific names in kitchenware production, Fire King is very well known among fans of collectible glass.; Jadeite Glass - Martha Stewart revived the popularity of this glass in the mids and it has been a.
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This book clearly explains the history of glassmaking in Bohemia and accurately identifies over pieces of glassware produced between and Similar examples shown in Collectible Bohemian Glass,by Robert and Deborah Truitt.
Striped vase with applied decor. Similar examples are shown in PMC III, plates and Truitt Robert and Deborah: Collectible Bohemian Glass - Vol. II, B&D Glass, Kensington, Truitt Robert and Deborah: Mary Gregory Glassware 2nd Edition, Truitt, Urbancová Jana, Svatoňová Jana: Sklárna HarrachovCrystalex, Severografia Děčín, Get the best deals on Bohemian & Czech Art Glass when you shop the largest online selection at Free shipping on many items | Browse your favorite brands New Listing Antique Bohemian Franz Welz Honeycomb Glass Splatter Glass Oil Lamp Circa $ Brand: Franz Welz.
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For further reading, see Collectible Bohemian Glass,by Robert and Deborah Truitt, and Das Böhmisches Glas, Band III - Historismus (Historicism), published by the Glasmuseum Passau.Bohemian glass-workers discovered potash combined with chalk created a clear colourless glass that was more stable than glass from Italy.
In the 16th century the term Bohemian crystal was used for the first time to distinguish its qualities from glass made elsewhere. This glass contained no lead as is commonly suspected.