Czech glass vase in the ‘coral shimmy pfau’ décor ‘123’, made at Rückl. The tall baluster mottled red glass form flares out at the mouth and has mottled blue “flames” coming up to the central bulge from the wide integral foot. The mottling effect is interspersed with the occasional bright yellow and green “spark”.
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Harrachov Glassworks (Bohemia, Est. 1712) /
Often attrib. to Jules Barbe for Thomas Webb & Sons (England, 1859-1920)*
Gilt Peachblow Vase
Butterfly & Prunis Blossoms
Silver & Gold Gilding
European Japanese Aesthetic
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Scarce Art Deco art glass ‘Atlas’ vase in smoky topaz, made by Saxon Glassworks, August Walther & Söhne, 1933. Available in the 1933 & 1934 catalogues, the ‘Atlas’ range service is described as “Atlas precious glass, toughened glass” and offered in a variety of presentation bowls and a vase, this being the only vase, shape no. 42905.