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Author Topic: RE: Czech/Bohemia Uranium Glass Vase With Applied Multicoloured Streaks...  (Read 1248 times)

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Offline charliepedro

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Hi Guys,

Does anyone have any idea who produced this uranium glass vase from the art nouveau era (I presume)?
I think it is quite possibly/probably Kralik but it doesn't quite look like the seaweed pattern on kralik-glass.com - similar but not quite the same and I can't find any close alternatives. Can anyone advise please? Further info can be provided if necessary of course.

TIA, Charlene :)

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I think this might be Rindskopf
However, I have seen similar also attributed to Kralik, but I think on looking further I thought it was Rindskopf.
I'll have a search and see if I can find my reference.
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http://www.kralik-glass.com/rpulledfeatherarray.html
I think your shape is top line right hand side and I think your decor is 'pulled feather'.
m

Offline charliepedro

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Hi M,

Thanks so much for your help, you're absolutely right - I thought I'd scoured the site pretty well but clearly not. You're knowledge is greatly appreciated and I'll be sure to acknowledge it when I sell the vase on.

Thanks again and all the best, Charlene ;)

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You're welcome  :)

 

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