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Author Topic: Ankerglas Bernsdorf Halle Emerald Green Vase.  (Read 162 times)

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Ankerglas Bernsdorf Halle Emerald Green Vase.
« on: May 23, 2021, 08:54:03 AM »
This is a 25cm. "Halle" vase as shown in the 1937/38 catalogue P.45. I think this is "smaragdkristall" (emerald) which is mentioned in the bottom pages but not shown. I previously posted a pair of these in uranium green. It does glow under UV light but is inconsistent, however I think it does contain Uranium which may be "masked" by another colourant. Walther also made pieces in "smaragdgrun".
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