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Author Topic: Bohemian Kralik? Leaf/Palm Cut Pulled Rim Uranium Pillow Vase Updated Photos  (Read 203 times)

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Offline Moonstonelover21

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This is a an updated version of my first post with better pics...I believe its Bohemian...or maybe Kralik.  Any thoughts?  This measures 7x6" and has a polished pontil. 

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Lee's first post about this item (posted in the "Bohemian etc." forum) has been removed. This post with better images is now awaiting comments.
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Welcome Moonstonelover21 - Enjoy the Board!!


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Antiquerose, thank you so very much for saying that. I was hesitant to join and post :0.  Thanks for encouraging :)

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It's a lovely vase but I have no idea when or who made it

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Hi Lee, it was pointed out to me that you actually had three posts about this vase. Do not worry. I have now removed the first one, the one I did not find first time I looked. So now, everything can be kept within this message.

As for the vase, I think it is interesting as it has features that might suggest "Bohemian", such as the three folded down sections from the mouth of the vase. That is a feature I have seen on some Harrach items but it has also been used on glass from other makers and countries.

The the "rounded" sections of the lower part of the vase is unusual. I have not seen that design before.
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Kevin, thank you for all your help in my mess ups on my first few posts.  I believe the vase is unusual and most likely bohemian.  The polished pontil is a good indication of quality.  On the flip side would it be funny to find out its Italian :0. 

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I think it's fabby, but I'm utterly clueless.
welcome to the gmb though  :) - what an interesting thing for your first post, Moonstonelover21
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Moonstone has wonderful glass - all Stunning!!

Would this piece be called like a Tri-fold at the top?  Tri-fold leaves??  at the opening top?
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