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Kralik iridescent inkwell with a satyr image Art Nouveau fitting, circa 1900

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Posted 4 years ago

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This was just one more way for the Bohemian factories to sell glass. Kralik wasn't the only maker to do so, but they were among the most prolific. Kralik was a direct competitor to Loetz around the turn of the century. This inkwell has the pen rest cast directly into its shape.

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  1. antiquerose antiquerose, 7 months ago
    oh, love-love-love it!!

    I want one!!

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