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Some New P/W Czech (Sklo) Buys

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David555:
Hi

Some p/w Czech glass I bought recently while involved in debate ‘Chalet or Czech’

František Vizner long vase or jardinière 1961, 6.2” long, 4.2” high

(http://img116.imageshack.us/img116/7869/vase1c1of.th.jpg)

Small Sklo Union vase, 3.3” high

(http://img180.imageshack.us/img180/3465/czechv19ta.th.jpg)

Harrtil bowl, 5” across, 2.4” high

(http://img207.imageshack.us/img207/2693/harrtil29pa.th.jpg)

Here is a giggle (Marcus) link  

Better image of previously posted bowl

(http://img253.imageshack.us/img253/4816/chb16fc.th.jpg)

Beautiful Sklo Union Paperweight in neodymium with bubbles perfectly balanced & as good as any piece of Caithness. 3.6” high and almost bullet shaped it has a yellow export label.  

(http://img100.imageshack.us/img100/9961/pweight7mn.th.jpg)

I think this medium sized bowl is Sklo – can you confirm this Marcus?

(http://img462.imageshack.us/img462/9820/nodulebowl2lu.th.jpg)

This small ashtray bowl has been seen before. It has perfect controlled bubbles and is a blue case in pink. Often attributed to Murano I feel it is Czech, what do others think

(http://img62.imageshack.us/img62/2762/tricontrolbubbleblue7oa.th.jpg)

Rudolf Jurnikl 'cog' bowl for Rudolfova Hut 1970s

(http://img155.imageshack.us/img155/4425/cogbowl8wk.th.jpg)



Thanks everyone

Adam P

Tigerchips:
I'd be interested to know about the medium bowl as I've had one in amber. I thought mine was an ashtray though. How big is it, please?

David555:
Hi Tiger

The bowl is 6" diam, 1" high - but I am sure I have seen smaller and larger ones

Ivo:
Looks to me the neodymium PW is ZBS; the blue bowl is TTBOMK Finnish (Toikka); the nailmould ashtray Murano.

Anne E.B.:
Great buys Adam 8)

Good to see another paperweight like mine - with the same sticker.   "Neodymium" - is that the curious bluey/green tinge that can be seen in it?  Fantastically tactile piece of glass and beautifully made I agree  http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y195/glassie/misc578.jpg I got it as a swap - but I think I came off better.

Ivo - sorry to be so thick - but what is ZBS?  :oops:

On a lighter note, I've just seen a small Sklo Union vase similar to yours shown,  but identical to one I showed previously with internal ridges, described as a Victorian/Edwardian eye bath on eBay.

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