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Pair Harrach Rubin Vases

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    Posted 1 month ago

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    This is a wonderful pair or Harrach Rubin vases. I do not believe they are considered Hyalith because of the white interior, but without it they would be dark enough. They are just about 11 inches tall. Both are marked on the bottom and one of them(last picture) appears to have the remains of a paper label from the high end retail store L. Boutigny in Paris. L. Boutigny also carried a lot of Loetz since they specialized in Bohemian glass, porcelain, etc. The picture that I took shows the front and the back. They are a true pair being mirror images of each other. Also interesting to note is that the Harrach markings on the bottom also seem to state this. One ends in 4 and the other 5.


    1. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 1 month ago
      Beautiful pair of Harrach Rubin Vases jimtim, but I'm not seeing the mirror effect in the photos that you have. They have very good marks, and it's always nice to have, even a partial label! :^D Thanks for showing! :^)

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