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Floral creamer and sugar, marked Erphila. Creamer measures 4.75” tall, sugar measures 2” tall.
Multicolor floral print with gold rim.
Small chip on the side lip of the creamer.
Gold rim color in good condition. $25.00
Contact: Christine McGowan

Large creamer and sugar marked Altrohlau Czechoslovakia.
Orange and white with large bird and floral on one side,
floral on the other. Measures approximately 4” tall.
Sugar is brighter in color than the creamer.
No chips or cracks. $20.00
Contact: Christine McGowan

Wood toned creamer, red dime mark. 3.5” tall.
In good condition. $10.00
Contact: Christine McGowan

Small tea pot marked “Czechoslovakia”.
White and pink with floral design on front. Measures 5” tall.
Tiny chip on rear bottom. $15.00
Contact: Christine McGowan

Luster ware Salt and Pepper, marked Altrohlau Czechoslovakia.
In blue/orange glaze.
Salt and pepper measure 3.5” tall, tray measures 5.5” across.
The tray has some slight fading.
Contact: Christine McGowan

Beautiful Web Design red/black vase. 6 inches tall.
No chips

Contact David Phelps


Truitt, Robert and Deborah
B and D Glass, 13550 Ashbury Drive, Carmel IN 46032; Telephone: 317-844-7212.176 p. Hard Cover. 1995. $49.95.
ISBN 0-9668376-1-4

This thoroughly researched volume on antique glass made in Bohemia puts American art glass collectors on equal footing with their European counterparts. The iron curtain surrounding Eastern Europe made research all but impossible for American historians, and Bohemian glass was essentially forgotten. Extensive text describes the history and workings of the glass industry. Twenty-six firms (e.g., Buquoy, Goldberg, Harrach, Hosch, Loetz, Mühlhaus, Palda, and Riedel) and individuals (e.g., Ahne, Egermann, Heckert, Pfohl, Rössler and Schlevogt) are profiled, including photographs (400 pieces of glass plus 43 catalog pages). Maps, cross-referenced location names, and appendices provide the context for understanding how to identify Bohemian glass.

VOLUME II, 1915-1945

Truitt, Robert and Deborah
B and D Glass, 13550 Ashbury Drive, Carmel IN 46032; Telephone: 317-844-7212.
136p. Hard Cover. 1998. $39.95.
ISBN 0-9668376-2-2

This volume adds 600 more pieces of Bohemian glass and 40 more catalog pages to the collector's store of information. Information is arranged by decorating technique (i.e., cut, engraved, painted, pressed, etc.), with maker, years, and size provided. Marks and signatures are illustrated and identified. Some collectable names with photos include: Tango, Adolf Beckert, Glass Schools, Wiener Werkstätte, Alexander Pfohl,Jr., Drahonovsky, Borussia by Schappel, Kralik, Loetz, and Palda. The book includes an authorized reprint of marks of the Moser firm. A chapter on "Current and Continuing Production" helps separate old glass from new. The book resulted from the cooperation of several museums in the Czech Republic and the descendents of families involved in the glass industry.

MARY GREGORY GLASSWARE, 1880-1990, 2nd Edition
Truitt, Robert and Deborah
Glass Concepts, 13550 Ashbury Drive, Carmel IN 46032.
105p. Paperback. Price Guide. 2008. $25.00.
ISBN 978-0-9668376-3-6

This 2nd edition includes all the information included in the 1st edition about the history and development of this very popular type of antique glassware. New information refutes claims that the Hahn company of Gablonz and the Jeannette company in Pennsylvania created this decoration. There is a new section on the Mary Gregory decorations made by the Fenton Art Glass Company. The authors use 145 photos (70 in color) to describe the various styles of the paintings and the techniques used to produce them. More than 40 of the photos are from catalogs, documenting the firm’s production. The decorations and the glass items are rated on a scale of 1 to 10 for quality and workmanship; showing the reader how to judge the quality and age of different items. Most of the new items included were selected to show the range of high quality glassware available. The authors conducted extensive research in Bohemia and the United States to document the sources of this glassware and to provide a guide to its relative value.

Ditmar Urbach Chicken Jug Large 9" size
Produced by the Teplitz factory in the 1930's Excellent condition
Many Similar Pieces Available

Price: $295
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Czech Art Deco Ditmar Urbach LOSTRO pitcher set. The 3 pitchers are in the 1 liter, 3/4 liter , and 1/2 liter sizes

Price: $475
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New Book on Birds with the Red Dime Mark

Price: $35 which includes shipping
Contact Dave Phelps at :

Mrazek Peasant Art Creamer. 3 3/4" tall. Marked with the impressed JMrazek logo and AU 298
tiny rough area on spout
Nice color with blue rim trim
Price: $45.00
Contact David Phelps
Three Toucan Wall pockets. They are each marked with the red dime mark. There are no chips or cracks on any of them. They are each 7" long
Price. $115 each
Contact David Phelps
Loetz Lotus Bowl and Underplate. Underplate is 8" Cobalt Blue Oilspot. Marked in the Pontil with the Loetz oval signature. The bowl is pink iridized. Signed in the pontil with the Loetz oval signature. A spectacular piece. Excellent Condition
Price: $895.00
Contact Vinny Giarrusso
Pottery Vase stamped "Dresslier" and impressed "Czechoslovakia." 13" tall. Features enameled figures blowing glass. No damage. Excellent Condition.
Price: $ 250.00
Contact Vinny Giarrusso

Czech Amphora Bird Vase. The bird's tail makes a handle. 10 1/2 " tall
Price: $275.00

Contact: Antelope Antiques

Czech Tango Console Bowl
10" across

Price: $175

Contact: Antelope Antiques

Czech Handpainted Vase 8" tall Marked "Czechoslovakia Handpainted" on bottom and impressed with 19220
Price: $195

Contact: Antelope Antiques

Pair of Mrazek Peasant Wall pockets in the C pattern These were produced between 1921-1933 This is the largest type made 13.25" x 4.85"
Price: --$450.00---

South Beach Antiques
Red Tango Vase with applied blue cobalt skirt and applied blue cobalt fluted rim. No damage. There is one part of the skirt that does not touch the vase but this was factory produced. 5" tall, 5 1/4" diameter.

Czech Yellow Atomizer with enameled Green Ivy Vines.
7 1/2" tall. Marked on the atomizer "Czechoslovakia"
No damage. Excellent Condition

Czech Rhinestone Purse. Marked with fabric label "Made In Czechoslovakia" on the inside. 5" tall, 6 1/4" long. Very good Condition. No missing rhinestones. The internal fabric has some discoloration and a little fraying in one spot on the inside. No damage is visible from the outside of the purse. The zipper works great.

Czech Yellow and Brown Mottled Fan Vase. 7 1/2" tall.
Acid Etched "Czechoslovakia" on the bottom.

Rooster and Toucan pitchers for sale
by Mary Contact: Mary Mernah
Mary has many pieces of Czech for sale.
Please contact her for information
and pictures.
Collector ready to downsize. I have over 100 Czecho Slovakian pieces or Czech Republic treasures A cd with prices and description is available by sending your address to
Contact: Vera Ludwigsen
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