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CZECH DECO SPATTER GLASS STEP VASES

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Art Deco1518 of 3844Keeler Chiropractic Plaque1959 Dr C.LemlyMy grandmother's vase
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    Posted 4 years ago

    charles116
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    Czech/Bohemian/Kralik cased glass step vases were produced during the Art Deco period, in opaque and clear glass. they were usually combined with the technique of spatter, but thin and thick brushstroke techniques were also used. These shapes have both a machine age and Aztec
    sensibility. While reds and oranges were most common in the 7" size shown, I have one in translucent lavender and have come across one in green. The taller vase is 9" in height. This style was also produced with the topmost section in a rounded cup shape. This glass was also manufactured
    into lamp shades and light fixtures.

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 4 years ago
      Charles it looks like you have at least 5 of these vases. Can I ask if they all have the 'semi-circular' mark? Thanks for sharing these beauties.
    2. charles116 charles116, 4 years ago
      No. Many companies produced glass during that time. And many have no manufacturer's marking at all, but are identified by style and techniques.

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