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Antique Bohemian Wheel Cut Teplitz? Amber Souvenir Panelled Urn, 1880's

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    Posted 7 years ago

    Moonstonel…
    (765 items)

    This is an interesting souvenir pieces that is in mint condition for being over 130 years young. This is what I believe has three layers of glass and has the most exquisite wheel cut etching I have ever seen. This is about 6.5" tall and is solid. This was a trade and thank you for looking.

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    1. Project_Harrach Project_Harrach, 7 years ago
      Beautiful piece Lee.

      I suspect this is amber and ruby flashed over clear. Probably c.1880's or so.

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