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Skrdlovice collectors thread, part II

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It's a perfectly fabulous bit of glass Anik, you chose very well for yourself. I'm delighted to hear you feel loved, especially for your birthday.  :-*

Anik R:
A Skrdlovice label on a 1988 piece makes much more sense.  The Oliva 8835 looks like a good match, Michael.  Well found! 

P.S. It looks like I'm the only person on the board who sees a bit of silliness in my fabulous Vizner 'egg' vase.  Hmmmmm...

P.P.S. Thank you, Sue!  :)

Good finds, Michael. I like the Hora in red, very striking.

You're still alone on the silly, Anik. Alone, but loved, and with a fabulous piece of glass.


I was at a massive and over-the-top posh antiques fair in Amsterdam a couple of weeks ago (the sort of fair where there are no prices on things - you have to ask - and if you have to ask, you can't afford it), and I was obviously studying all the glass.

One piece did rather stand out to me - a huge block of glass, probably about 8" cubed. It had in it two wells of colour - just like your Vizner egg, but in a reddish colour and a browny one. I did ask the price, about 4,000. It was very cute - almost like a couple of slippers in glass - but I very strongly suspect whatever Italian Maestro made it, (I think it was Cenedese) they MUST have taken inspiration from your Vizner egg.  8)

Anik R:
This one's funny, but great:  A cylindrical vase with two very large protruding rings or ears, designed by Pavel Jezek 7419 / 20cm.


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