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    Posted 3 years ago

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    This has tiny, white rods on clear glass. In this version of peloton the rods are very much on the surface of the glass. Comment nine from Project_Harrach has identified this vase as Harrach.

    Height 10cm./4 inches

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    1. larksel larksel, 3 years ago
      I think it's Harrach.
    2. sklo42 sklo42, 3 years ago
      Thank you, larksel. I must also go back and read the history of Harrach in the 20th century.
    3. inky inky, 3 years ago
      Agree with Ales, Harrach!..nice!..
    4. sklo42 sklo42, 3 years ago
      Thank you, inky. Oddly. although I didn't know what it was, it's been on my Harrach shelf as there was a space!
    5. Ivonne Ivonne, 3 years ago
      This looks intriguingly in colourless clear glass.
    6. IronLace IronLace, 3 years ago
      Yes, I would say Harrach as well. Have one with handles in the same all white decor, plus another in all cobalt blue. Another fine addition to your collection!
    7. sklo42 sklo42, 3 years ago
      @ Ivonne I thought that, though peloton, it always looked a bit ordinary. However, Iwona, it certainly looks a bit better against black.
    8. sklo42 sklo42, 3 years ago
      @Ironlace So three for Harrach, Marin. A fine ID never goes unappreciated!
    9. Project_Harrach Project_Harrach, 3 years ago
      This is definitely Harrach. I wrote an article on my now defunct website about the matter, but Warren also posted an article about it here. Here's a cut & past from his article:

      Wilhelm Kralik, an employee of the Harrach glass works in Neuwelt, Bohemia, was granted a British patent on October 25, 1880 for a method of "ornamenting glass articles". The last photo is a scan from the book

      Abridgments of Specifications
      Class 52,
      Furniture and Upholstery
      Period-A.D. 1877-83.

      Patent Office Sale Branch
      38, Curator Street, Chancery Lane, E.C.

      This volume is in the public domain, and is available as a free e-book on Google Books.

      It is interesting that the patent was filed in England - Harrach produced a wide range of products for the English market in the Victorian era, so it does make sense.
    10. sklo42 sklo42, 3 years ago
      Project Harrach, thank you for this fascinating information. I have changed the title of this post accordingly. And so the little imposter on the Harrach shelf has got his passport and can stay!
    11. Michelleb007 Michelleb007, 3 years ago
      Oh, it looks like it is covered in sugar sprinkles!! It would look wonderful filled with purple sweet peas or pansies - such a lovely little vase! :)
    12. sklo42 sklo42, 3 years ago
      And being white and clear it would be a good background for colourful flowers :)

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