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Skrdlovice collectors thread, part II

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langhaugh:
Some nice Stahlikova pieces.  Kevin's piece is one of my favourite Stahlikova desings. Some can be wonky, as Michael says. The best ones I've seen have been found outside Europe, i.e. made for export.

I'll push the Skrdlovice envelope a little and show this Vizner for Alchemie Praha, which was a US company that commissioned designs in the Czech Republic. I think this one was made at the Beranek works in Skrdlovice. It's even more interesting in that it has Vizner's signature on it. I've been focusing on Vizner lately and I'll add a couple tomorrow perhaps.

David

Anik R:
Time to start oooooo-ing and aaaaaaaaa-ing.

Lovely additions, gentlemen though I do find the Stahlikova vases a little too feminine for my taste. The pattern numbers for these items completely confuse me.  There are similar vases (if not the same to my eye) with different pattern numbers ranging from the late 50s to the very early 60s.

David, your Vizner is wonderful.  I love the colour, the crisp top and the mess of swirly bubbles near the base.  It's a beauty -- perfect eye candy.

langhaugh:
Two of my new Vizners. Very solid and sculptural.

David

langhaugh:
An early Vizner that clearly owes a bit to Svobodova.

David

langhaugh:
Finally, a monster weighing 5.34 Kg and 30.8 cm tall. 

David

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