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Author Topic: the maker for this object/candlestick/bowl that looks very Czech to me?  (Read 837 times)

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Offline Hel

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Hi good people, I am sure you know what this is

the base has a very small hollow where the blue drop ends.


Many thanks

Offline rocco

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Definately Czech :)

Here it is in the Chribska 1999 catalogue on Jindrich's site: >> Link


Offline Hel

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Thanks Michael!

the 90 sure were good in Czech glass



Offline Anik R

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Though your candleholder may have been made in the 90s, the design is earlier.  A similar 'object', designed by Hospodka, can be seen in the 1964/12 edition of the Czechoslovak Glass Review, accessible from Jindrich's Czech Glass website ( )
My Czech glass collection:  My collection on Google
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