Posted 6 years ago
Does anyone have more info regarding this label, please? Probably used in and around Häida.
I have been told by Moser's archivist, that this was used by northern Bohemian glassworks, and the two examples I have, are both on quality cut glass items. Certainly one of the pieces dates to @1910- 1915. I have included an image of a pedestal bowl, possibly made by Öertel, but no acid stamps. Significantly no acid mark saying Czechoslovakia, which would be consistent with this piece having been produced prior to the creation of the country in 1918.
Triangular facet-cut to the bowl
Rectangular facet-cut to the foot.
Flat, mirror-polished base and rim.
Extremely heavy, 3.95kg, 22cm diameter - 19.5cm high
The glass is 25mm / 1" thick on the foot and 10mm - 1/2" at the rim.