Kralik  - One Color Tango With Blue or Black 

Kralik  - Iris

Kralik  - Red With Black+White Spatter Areas

Kralik  - Clear Cased Yellow/Orange/Red Spatter & Lines In Between Series

Kralik  - Peloton

Kralik  - Cobalt Base & Red + Orange And/Or Yellow Spatter

Kralik  - Pulled Feather

Kralik  - Opaque Orange - Yellow Interior + Multi Spatter Decor Base Series

Kralik  - Millefiori

Kralik  - Clear Veined Surface

Kralik  - Yellow & Orange or Blue Spatter

Kralik  - Cobalt Cased Dark Mix Spatter Series

Kralik  - Fine White Spatter 

​​​​​​​ANTONIN RÜCKL & SONS 1919-1939

Including WILHELM KRALIK & SONS Czech Glass

Kralik  - Translucent Textured Base & Colored Applied Threads

Kralik  - Pulled & Threaded Surface

Kralik  - Quadrille Spatter Surface

Kralik  - Wild Wave Surface

Kralik  - Green Mica Marbled

Kralik  - Translucent Optic Pink Base & Cobalt Blue Applied Glass

Kralik  - Webbed

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The way I present glass images on this site is based on what I like to see myself. Frankly, there is no site that will group their type of decorative glass item by shape and by decor. So you have two ways to see examples, which allows you to appreciate both variations, with the glass colors, glass applications, and so on. I am not of the opinion that if it has the slightest variation it cannot be by the same producer. For many reasons, there was no high demand for consistency because these pieces were not part of a series, or a set, they did not have to match exactly, plus they were produced by hand beside hot furnaces, which demanded a certain amount of speed and expertise but not perfect precision. By the time the glass was worked, the decision as to mold shape, detail, color, and glass applications had all been made, it was a matter of getting it done. If the items were not exactly the same size, or have varying upper rim lengths for instance, where they were usually cut before cooling, this was acceptable. An exact replica with a pair of pieces did not happen. The era for hand crafted decorative items after 1920 no longer required pairs to be made, in the Victorian style.​​


          Important ( Rindskopf re-attribution) - To Kralik Pepita (click on image for a full view)