I would like to show this vase because of its quite extraordinary features:
lead crystal, coarse "battuto" cut lower part, upper part satinated, tiny oval cut lenses covering the whole piece (not sure about the order of these working steps though)
Has the "CJR" (Claus Joseph Riedel) acid stamp to the base, so it should originate from the 1960s or 1970s.
Could have been designed by C.J. Riedel himself as he designed most of the pieces during that period (and bears some similarities to his confirmed designs).
And must be a rarer piece, as it isn't in Dusan's web gallery of his vast Riedel collection...
I tried my best, but the pics don't really do it justice.
Thanks for looking!