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    Posted 7 years ago

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    A large variety of satin finish tan Czech End-of-Day Glass. I'm guessing the darker tones and the ones with a "Czechoslovakia" mark at the bottom are the older pieces, while the lightest one is the most recent piece. Just within this one particular color tone there is a lot of variation in age and color and pattern and possibly even technique. Thanks for looking!

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    1. scottvez scottvez, 7 years ago
      Some great shapes in this grouping!

      I'd like to see the end pieces in photo #2 on their own posting (if you are so inclined). The colors look interesting.

    2. welzebub, 7 years ago
      This is a great assortment of these pieces. I find it very interesting that these pieces are found in shapes which can not be linked solidly to any particular house through supportable research.

      Thanks for posting this.
    3. EZa EZa, 7 years ago
      I forgot to add that my jeweler sister made the metal lids with carnelian pulls. She has an Etsy site and will do special orders in her spare time (also works for an upscale jeweler making unique pieces). I'll post her site if there is any interest. I'm going to try to persuade her to make lids for the dark deco urns next....
    4. IanBrighton IanBrighton, 7 years ago
      I like this decor and have an unmarked piece very like your footed urns.
    5. Ivonne Ivonne, 7 years ago
      That's interesting idea to add lids to the urns.Due to them they look more Chinese to me than Czech :)
    6. EZa EZa, 7 years ago
      Ivonne, they looked so naked without lids or frogs. Especially when you see an image of the same urn with a glass lid. I had a lot of different Deco ideas for the lids, but my sister went with the carnelian spikes. Her artistic liscense~
    7. Ivonne Ivonne, 7 years ago
      Congrats on your idea and the result !
    8. AnneLanders AnneLanders, 7 years ago
      quite the contrary Ivonne, the Czech, Austro Hungarian, Budapest look is covered in Chinese Mongolian influences of past centuries....everything is revisited too when in the 1800's they all did there grand tours and those who ventured in to Asian brought back some amazing rooflines , screens and so much more that was a huge influence, even past Art Nouveau Id say which we all think to be French but they stole as well...its all revisited in some views from seeing and reading what I have along my journies...
      We as collectors though get so hung up with the right lid, the right time, the right look, style just is such a shame that thid desire to be first past the post has led us to discount our abilities to enjoy some poetic licence...just a thought...
    9. Ivonne Ivonne, 7 years ago
      Anne,I'm not sure if I've understood what you mean...
      My thought was - Yes,I like the idea ,the lids,I enjoy the poetic license as well.
      My personal feeling is leading me towards Chinese impressions,but I don't intrude my opinion and I am as far as possible from discrediting anybody's point of view.
      I think there must be some confusion...
    10. EZa EZa, 7 years ago
      Thanks for all of your input ladies, Ivonne and AnneLanders, I appreciate all of your ideas~ and for making my brain work a little harder and think about other aspects I hadn't really thought about.
    11. EZa EZa, 7 years ago
      I'd like to see your similar piece IanBrighton when you have the time....
    12. EZa EZa, 7 years ago
      Thanks oldandsilly, love to hear your ideas!
    13. EZa EZa, 7 years ago
      Oooh, that's beautiful. !PINK!!! Have never seen that color in the satin finish spatter. Thanks OaS, have a great week~
    14. truthordare truthordare, 2 years ago
      Hey EZA,
      Glad to see this post again, I came across a pair of glass boudoir lamps yesterday on Ebay archives of sold items, and they had been transformed from the tall jar and lid in the middle of 1st picture, don't know if you ever saw them.
      The lids were there for both jar, and one was lit in the inside with a bulb, with electrical cord attached.
      I still have mine. Hope you are well, be safe.

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