Posted 11 months ago
This vase in my collection since 2015, was never identified, it has a circle mark, and a 6 pointed foot base.
In the monograph 59, a Kralik catalog not dated but clearly pre WWI, many of these bud vases are shown, the glass seems translucent, but the shapes were produced in several variations, expecially the foot base.
My thinking is, as they had done with other pre war glass products, they used the same mold and applied an interwar type of decor.
Pertinent catalog page added. From M59, a page of translicent vases, with 10 different sizes I think HOSCH also had these on one of their last catalog pages for 1906, top row..
The C61 vase sizes made were an amazing wide range: 4 inches to 6, to 8, to 10, to 12, and so on.