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Bohemian Art Glass1817 of 2854Hopefully Welz?Double Mouthed Czechoslovakian Vase
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Posted 2 years ago

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ozmarty
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I owe this discovery (?) to good Ozzie freind of mine who is not feeling the best at the moment so I will not take any credit but any flack if there is to be any.
The Vase in the first photo has the molded CZECHO SLOVAKIA mark on it's base - Photo 2
The vase in photo 3 comes from a CW article from a year ago from Alfredo..

http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/39615-new-czech-glass-piece-from-the-1930s.

In this article it atributes vase in photo 3 to Kralik and if my eyes are not playing tricks on me the vases have the same basic form and rings .

THEN ergo it follows that this is now a new Kralik mark .
I am open to opinion on this what do all of you think ???

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  1. inky inky, 2 years ago
    In MHO... yep!... Kralik!.....:-)
  2. Alfredo Alfredo, 2 years ago
    Has it really been a year? I have changed my mind several times since then. As you all know, I decided not to fall into the ID trap. Therefore, I came up with the term Czech Deco Export, for which both of these pieces qualify. Kralik? Not likely, unless it can be proven it produced vases with those odd bottom rings, which also appear in one of my perfume bottles. One thing is sure: whoever made one, also made the other. The provenance mark only indicates is that it is indeed Czech, and marked for export. I'll add it to my provenance marks registry.

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