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Fish Sculpture w/ Moser 1oo year label and V. Liskova etched signature

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Glassware6529 of 8259Anyone know what this is?Beautiful Iridescent Czech Glass Jug with Hand Painted Cherries
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Posted 6 years ago

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I purchased this sculpture at an estate sale ... needless to say, I didn't have any prior knowledge of Moser items, but the piece caught my eye! I do not really know what I have because even with all my attempts at research, I have failed to find any similar images. I would be indebted to anyone who would take a minute to enlighten me!

The fish is a smoke color, there are two labels near the head: one reads Moser 1857-1957 Made in Czechoslovakia and the other reads Selected for CID Czechoslovakia. There is an etched Moser logo on the bottom surface w/ an engraved signature that looks to read V. Liskova. I have found nothing like this piece in my search of these words ... as a matter of fact, if the signature is meant to refer to Vera Liskova, then this piece resembles nothing she is known to have created!

Any insights would be greatly appreciated! I find the research and discovery to be a fun past time, although I do get more than a bit anxious when I do not have any success!

Thank you!

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  1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 6 years ago
    V?ra Lišková is right!
    Check out the Moser site:

    This is so totally different to her lamp-work pieces, but it is her!
    Check out Exbor fish too, to compare. The Exbor fish were done by Stanislav Honzik and Josef Rozinek around 1958 too!
  2. mrsjaktwo, 6 years ago

    How wonderful! Thank you SO much! About six months ago, I had found the page you referred me to, but could not find it again! Maddening! I sincerely appreciate your insight! So thoughtful of you!

    Now a little more digging, and perhaps I'll know the value of my fun find!

    Take care,

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