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    Posted 7 years ago

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    I'm posting this in an effort to assist Slave-to-glass...

    8" Cased glass vase consisting of an inner cream colored translucent interior with a transparent peach colored outer layer. There is an applied tendril or vine in the transparent peach color. The rim is crimped in similar style to the green/cream vase in Slave-to-glass's article "Bohemian Czechoslovakia Ruffled Vase".

    The base is entirely flame polished with no pontil mark, and there is a straight Czechoslovakia mark, which differs from the curved Czechoslovakia mark on Slave-to-glass' example. My thought is that they are by the same maker based upon style. The marks probably differ either because they were imported at different times, or by different importers. Several friends with good knowledge had attributed mine as being probably by Kralik, but one or two others expressed doubts because of the straight mark Lately we have seen a lot of scholarship on these Czechoslovakia marks where some known Kralik types have surfaced with either straight or semi-circular marks.

    The best I can say is probably by Kralik, but possibly by other Czech manufacturers. As to date, even though the styling has some art-nouveau or Victorian elements, because they are marked, I would estimate 1920s-30s for manufacture.


    1. beyemvey beyemvey, 7 years ago
      PS - here's the link to S-to-G's article about related vase... Cheers!
    2. jericho jericho, 7 years ago
      I have a lidded bowl, same color and signature. to me i categorize for now under pastel tango in kralik. comes in blue, green, yellow, pink
    3. Slave-to-glass Slave-to-glass, 7 years ago
      Thanks beyemvey. I like yours a lot better !
    4. beyemvey beyemvey, 3 years ago
      :-) officialfuel :-)

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