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Hi Christine,
Many thanks for your reply - sounds as if i might have got the Victorian bit right: Iíve no idea whatís
entailed in the making of air trap glass - apart from the obvious!
I have to say itís an incredibly attractive vase.
Thanks for your help  :)

Scott

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Definitely not Murano and I don't think it's 1970s Italian airtrap. My guess would be 1880s ish Bohemian air trap
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Hi,
Any thoughts on this one?

Its pontil mark is concave and slightly rough.
Feels heavy(ish)considering its size.

Ht  15.5cm ( a bit over 6.0Ē )
Wt  375gm

Would appreciate any help re its identity.
Many thanks for looking.

Scott
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see above and
perhaps whoever made it was influenced by seeing alabaster zoomorphic antiquities?

Anik, even if this doesn't help, you might be interested in this article anyway - some interesting information on Czech glass 20th century history and artists in here
https://www.litvak.com/Press/19

Having gone through Jindrich's list of artists for the B's I couldn't see any other maker that might be relevant.
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Glass Paperweights / MOVED: Help to I'd glass swan
« Last post by Anne on June 11, 2018, 09:39:50 PM »
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Right - I'm just adding this thought.  Most likely a complete red herring and I cannot find anything that might remotely make a link to the style of your sculpture apart from the initials.
But, for the initials Jaroslava BrychtovŠ came to mind.  For the style, nothing I can find.  However, this is 1970 so maybe, just maybe, it was an experimental piece perhaps?
Then I found this book with her signature in it
https://www.abebooks.co.uk/signed-first-edition/Light-Sculpture-Stanislav-Libensky-Jaroslava-Brychtova/3026792799/bd#&gid=1&pid=2

and this is the signature page signed by her
https://pictures.abebooks.com/ORPHEUS/3026792799_2.jpg
and that J and the kind of wobbly type B well maybe not the B so much, but the J reminded me, so meant I  had to say something ... just in case iykwim?  Anyway, probably a complete red herring as I said, particularly given the style of the glass.

m
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Glass / Re: Help with mystery vase: Very odd pulegoso vase, signed to the base
« Last post by Anik R on June 11, 2018, 08:17:56 PM »
Hi m...   I think a JB is quite possible (though not J Beranek). The search continues  :)
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Glass / Re: Help ID heavy blue modern art glass bowl- Scandinavian?
« Last post by Anik R on June 11, 2018, 08:16:11 PM »
Lovely bowl,  but not Skrdlovice.  The base would be highly polished and flat, and the edge of the base would be slightly shaven. 

Anik :)
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Glass / Orange bowl for i/d with raised pattern
« Last post by malcmat on June 11, 2018, 06:47:24 PM »
Just wondered if anyone had seen this bowl before. Orange bowl with raised pattern ground pontil mark on base not polished.
97cm tall x 100cm dia and 481gr

many thanks
Malcolm
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Glass / Re: Pink pressed glass opalescent creamer
« Last post by brucebanner on June 11, 2018, 04:43:11 PM »
Thanks Fred I was thinking Burtles and Tate, the only other piece I have seen in this colour was a swan by them.
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