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    Posted 12 years ago

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    I just love the early Czech designers, dating from the 1920's to 1930's there are not many originals about, he also designed Intaglio pieces of which i will show in another posting.

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    Bohemian Czech Crystal 6
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    Bohemian Czech Style Blue Glass Vase Hand Cut To Clear Crystal Art Deco 6.9''
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    19th Century Bohemian Art Glass Vase, Hot Enamel Flowers, Butterfly, Harrach
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    1. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 12 years ago
      Many of us collect violets. You collect orchids!
    2. tikiray tikiray, 12 years ago
      Ok, now you're just trying to make us jealous! LOL

      Love it!!
    3. susan, 12 years ago
      LOL, i try to find original pieces but i dont mind buying the Desna reproductions, and they are a LOT!! cheaper
      Here is a link to the early Hoffmann catalogues
    4. susan, 12 years ago
      Forgot to say, click on each square in the catalogue for a larger image.
    5. tikiray tikiray, 12 years ago
      Very neat!
    6. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 12 years ago
      Thanks for pointing out the difference!
    7. officialfuel officialfuel, 12 years ago
      These are beautiful pieces, are these that your showing us reproductions.
    8. susan, 12 years ago
      Hi, no both the Hoffmann pieces are genuine, the other two are repro but very very good ones from the original moulds, the intaglio Hoffmann is also genuine.
      The vaseline bather cost me £ 540.00 GBP and the frosted Hofffman meditation cost me £270.00 the Desna repros cost me about £60.00 GBP each they are both signed Desna on the base, but i am happy although i would prefer the originals.
    9. officialfuel officialfuel, 12 years ago
      Thank you Susan.
    10. Mary Gunderson, 12 years ago
      Hi. I was just so happy to find your link to the Heinrich Hoffmann catalog for 1927. "Blid 38", #17, is an art deco elephant on a base. This is BEAUTIFUL in person, I have one. The elephant is frosted clear glass and the base is shiny black with the "jungle" on the sides painted gold, and he's signed on a foot. I'll send you a picture if you'd like & tell me where. I've looked for anything on this item over the years and never gotten this far. Thanks!
    11. susan, 11 years ago
      Hi Mary, i am glad this has helped, your piece is very valuable, what size is he? why dont you post a photo for us all to see, i would love to see him.
    12. Pamela, 11 years ago
      Hello. I was at a show this past weekened and purchased what looks like the small meditation by Heinrich Hoffmann. It neither has the butterfly mark nor the Desna mark. Do you think it is a reproduction by another maker or is it possible that it is an unmarked Hoffmann piece?
    13. JBMCQ, 9 years ago
      Susan, I have a piece just like this but they say the mint mark ( Is that what it's called re/art glass?) is a butterfly ,mine looks more like a crown.
      Can you tell me where this is listed in the catalog you spoke of , or we could make arrangements to email me a picture of the bottom side of yours, or go to my listing ,(there's a picture of the mark )+ reply to the post there. Thanks.JB
    14. JBMCQ, 9 years ago
      Susan, I got it, mine is either 456 or 244. You can see my size description on my post. Did you determine which yours is? Just curious. Is there a page in the Hoffmann catalog that has descriptions of the items? I'll go back + look when I have time. I'm just very pleased to find the origin of my Grandpops Meditating nude. Thanks again.
    15. Kanika, 7 years ago
      Hi. I was just trying to find information about the artist of our lampshade . And I came across this. Thank you so much . I even found our lampshade in the catalogue . I am from india . And this lampshade was shipped to our house by my greAt great grandfather . I have been trying to find information about this lamp for years and finally found it . Thank you

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