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2 Glass Plates Fachschule Haida/Steinschoenau 1920 Bohemia

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Posted 2 years ago

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Lilliflunew
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This two Plates where made and painted in Haida/Steinschoenau. The Painter was Friedrich Jenak. A similar Plate in Glasmuseum Waldkraiburg. Diameter each ca. 7". Jenak was well known for his Butterfly Design. Both in good Condition. Please visit my Webside. Need still some help and positive votes for the Munich governing Mayor and my Art Project (Monumental Sculpture) in Munich . Link on my Webside. (Current Project). FRAUENPYRAMIDE, means WOMAN PYRAMID, thank you Ernest

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  1. inky inky, 2 years ago
    Stunning!...:-)
  2. artislove artislove, 2 years ago
    wow this is even better than looking throug a caleidoscope wonderfull craftmanship bless you for posting this!!!
  3. Lilliflunew Lilliflunew, 2 years ago
    Thank you all for your Love!!!
  4. nldionne nldionne, 2 years ago
    This is more beautiful every time I look at it.
  5. nldionne nldionne, 2 years ago
    Oh, just realized there are butterflies, beautiful.
  6. haidagirl haidagirl, 2 years ago
    You beat me to it...congratulations, love it.
  7. Lilliflunew Lilliflunew, 2 years ago
    Hi haidagirl, excuse this. We have here in WALDKRAIBURG (City in Bavaria) a glass Museum, special for Haida and Steinschoenau. Much glassmaker came after WW II and worked here many years in their old profession. In 1960 the glass production ended here. You find this museum with Google. We have here also the authentic Archive of Haida. Regards Ernest

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