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Bohemian Art Glass4350 of 4499FROM CZECH TO GERMAN: A DETECTIVE STORY.My new found vase
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Posted 5 years ago


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These are some of my new Kralik pieces from the 30's. The first two are a design shift from a rare 1930's Loetz decor: vase. 10"; bowl 6" high, 10" in diameter. The second st of pictures shows Kralik's use of the diamond optic pattern in transparent colors with contrasting handles. Notice that in the last picture, the shape is the same, but the handles are different (Butler Brothers catalog, 1930) Sizes run 8" to 9". Though none of the pieces have pontils, only the first exhibits a rim cut from the top . All the others have fire-polished rims. No marks on any.


  1. ozmarty ozmarty, 5 years ago
    the first two ar so modern .I particularly like the wavey vase.
  2. jensen jensen, 12 months ago
    I am so glad that I saw this post as I recently bought a glass vase on a flea market without quite knowing what it was (except that it was definitely not a Danish or even Scandinavian vase)! Now I know it is a Kralik vase - it has the exact same type of style and decoration as the two first ones here (with the blue decoration).

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