Author Topic: Czech labelled turquoise vase - ID: Sklo Union, designer Laděna Víznerová  (Read 1960 times)

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hello out there!

a very recent purchase... lovely vase and it´s got a label! (added to GG of course)
Czechoslovakia,the letter H in front of a stylised bowl and a small star
design and base look quite sklo-ish and ´H´ would fit.
Can anyone(!) give some further information/suggestions, pls?

TIA
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Re: Czech labelled turquoise vase - Sklo?
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2008, 08:22:17 AM »
oooh I like that Dirk!  I'd call it Sklo Union since it's got a Czech label, is a known SU colour and the rim finish is consistent with SU production.  If you need to know more (i.e. exactly which factory, designer etc) then you'd probably need Marcus to take a look but a guess would be Hermanova Hut (just because your label has an H on it!).


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Re: Czech labelled turquoise vase - Sklo?
« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2008, 10:54:38 AM »
hi Pip!
marcus informed me it´s definetly SU, designer and pattern number
unfortunately unkown. (he´s been making me a bit proud by asking
for a picture of the label...)  :angel:
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Re: Czech labelled turquoise vase - ID: Sklo Union, designer/# unknown
« Reply #3 on: March 09, 2009, 09:06:29 PM »
Laděna Víznerová for Rudolfova huť 1968, pattern number 13192


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Re: Czech labelled turquoise vase - ID: Sklo Union, designer/# unknown
« Reply #4 on: March 09, 2009, 09:34:46 PM »

Premys, thanks a lot! how great to put a name to it!   :thup:

BTW ahoj & welcome here!
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ID is not my, thank to Jindra8526


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so - thanks to Jindrich as well! may i ask, if you´re from Czech Republic, too?
it´s great, that this board seems to become more and more international.
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Dirk, I just talked to Marcus on the phone and he's a little worried about this attribution without seeing the source of it.


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ID make Mr. František Vízner, Mrs. Liběna Víznerová was his first wife. This vase is one of two or free pieces, which Mrs. Váznerová designed.
Mr. Vizner said it to Mr. Jindra, he said it to Martina an shee said it to me. We have the same vase in the blue colour. This is my only source, i think, that Marcus Newhall has seen Mr. František Vízner before :-)

Because i often seek here ID, i take for granted write when as is happens and i something know.


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Thanks for taking the time to add the extra info, much appreciated. I'll let Marcus know. :)

 

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