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Kralik 'Bunch of Grapes' Iridescent Vase

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Bohemian Art Glass340 of 6165Kralik FloriformWhat does Auguste Racinet, Auguste Jean and the Harrachov Glassworks during the 1870s, have in common?
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    Posted 8 months ago

    sklo42
    (701 items)

    I'd never seen one of these before finding this, however I have feet like this on a Kralik floriform. It wasn't long before I found one of these on the type of base that Kralik routinely used for its double thorn vases. The iridescence is a nice touch and gives it a tinge of pink.

    The last image shows it in situ. There are three different makers and an unattributed.......

    Height 15 cm./6 inches

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    1. IronLace IronLace, 8 months ago
      Ahh...was watching this one too! Looks great in your collection...
    2. sklo42 sklo42, 8 months ago
      Thank you, Iron Lace. The group is on what passes for a mantelpiece in a modern house. I change it every few weeks to relieve the crush in a nearby cabinet. Works for me :)
    3. IronLace IronLace, 8 months ago
      I understand the need to accommodate ever more acquisitions...my new ones tend to end up as a temporary feature on the dining table then they get moved on to wherever I can fit them...yes, need another cabinet soon I guess... :-)

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