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Bohemian Art Glass5905 of 6463irridized dome shadeIt's not the who, but the what?
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    Posted 9 years ago

    mirekczech
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    hmm ... unfortunately I do not know maybe Bohemia my favourite, nice shape

    second picture HEAVY vase and ashtray with bubbles,
    third in yellow vase cast or press

    FOUR cobaltove blue, nice shape

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    1. ItalianGlassDecor ItalianGlassDecor, 9 years ago
      Hi Mirekzcech

      Nice pieces. The first is without doubt Czech in origin and dating from the mid 50's or so. The second clear glass is known as Bullicante where controlled bubbles are blown in the glass when it is shaped and created - a very difficult technique indeed and it looks especially good in darker colours. The other 2 piece could be by any country or maker but probably Czech I would say

      Nice work!

      Dean

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