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Author Topic: Ivo's green triangular vase - ID = Vizner for Rosice, Sklo Union  (Read 1204 times)

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Offline Anne E.B.

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Ivo - is this the same as your green triangular vase posted some time ago in the Glass Archive thread "Emerald Green Czech vases revisited"?  Just trawling through things and spotted this similar looking one by F.Meijdam.

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Ivo's green triangular vase
« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2006, 12:16:55 PM »
lovely find, nice example of Dutch misattribution. It is assumed that all modernistic looking vases found in this country are by Meydam, who is of course partly to blame for releasing a lot of "inspired" design during his days as chief designer at Leerdam.
The blue triangular vase so misunderstood is by Frantisek Vizner, made at Rosice circa 1962 (thank you Le Casson).


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