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Bohemian Art Glass6140 of 6608kralik brides basketEmerald green gilt vase with cartouche indents, ca. 1900
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    Posted 10 years ago

    Hansel
    (31 items)

    The beautifull vases are handpainted.
    And there is a fj111. on the bottom (see image)

    If you have extra info, please let me know.

    Please have a look at my clock also!
    You wont be dissapointed.

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    1. Paul71 Paul71, 10 years ago
      Hansel, this glassware is loosely referred to as "Bristol Glass." Most of it was made in the last quarter of the 19th century in Bohemia. It comes in many opaque and semi-opaque colors including pink, white, brown, black, etc etc. Vases are most common, and often came in matched pairs. Many other decorative items were made as well.

      That's actually F S 111. FS was probably the decorator and 111 the pattern number. Workers needed to keep track of how many pieces they decorated, hence the initials.
    2. Hansel Hansel, 10 years ago
      Hi Paul,
      Thanks for the reply, great. I missed it. late response.
      Very interesting and helpfull information.
      I wasnt able to figure it out myself.

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