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Author Topic: Hi , I think one of these vases is Art Deco Czech , others not so sure !  (Read 402 times)

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Offline davem

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Hi again from Ireland .

I came across these 3 vases together , I think the blue Art Deco shape one on left is Czech and maybe a firm like Kralik ?
None are signed :(

Vase on left  is 7 1/8" high  middle one is 6 1/4"  and right is 8" high

Are these cased glass and would anyone have any ideas of manufacturer and date please ?
Many thanks in advance , Dave.

I hope the pics work , I've struggled before :(

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Hi, well done on being able to get pics on, but please can you increase them in size as they are too tiny to blow up?
it's difficult, I've never had a problem before but just recently everytime I size to 600 x 440 they get refused.  I now use 550 x 375 or something - not ideal size but they are fairly large when blown up.
I think the one on the left is Bohemian or Czech, I think the one in the middle just might be Chinese? and I don't know about the one on the right  :)
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If you make the longest edge around 700 pixels and save for web they should fit the board's file limits. If you struggle to resize them for web, there's an online resizer which will do it for you and then you just save the output file and upload it to the topic.
Resizer: http://www.imageoptimizer.net/Home.aspx

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Czech, Chinese (Snowflake) and Italian (Opalina Florentina? There seems to be a rash of these around at the moment, so new?) left to right

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Which reinforces why we ask for one item per topic. :)

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Hi again , My connection was down so sorry for delay and many thanks for the link Anne , I'm going to give it a go now , hope this works !

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I think the consensus on that one is Czechoslovakian and thanks for the new pics  :)
Can you post the other two separately please?
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It's great that the pics worked , thats a very handy tool . I will open new topics for the other two .

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Glad it was useful Dave, we'll add it to the revised images topic help shortly. :)

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