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    Posted 5 years ago

    Agustin
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    Hello everyone, this morning I buy this pair of molded vases, I think they are Czechs. They measure 34 cm and are very light. Perhaps those metal remains that are tied around the neck with very fine wire have been part of their brand.
    Thank you for your help. Thanks in advance.

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    1. truthordare truthordare, 5 years ago
      What we call hyacinth vases, produced by Rindskopf and Kralik, early Bohemia/Czech period. I will let the more experience go into detail to help you, thanks for posting.
    2. Agustin Agustin, 5 years ago
      @Truthordare !!!
      Thank you very much, yes is a Rindskopf hyacint !!
    3. Betmar, 5 years ago
      Own a Dresden biscuit jar; need help identifying one mark: At the top is the crown, beneath written script of Dresden; below that is the mark I cannot identify: It looks like a backward scroll of S backed to a K. Beneath the unidentified one in smaller letters is Germany. So, I know Dresden was placed in many factories for completion; this one has me OCD! We know it was produced prior to end of WWII due to the mark Germany (vs W Germany).

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