Finnish Mid-Century Modern vase, 2 ½” high x 3” diameter, of heavy clear glass with finely engraved image of a nude woman resting beneath a tree, next to a wild flower, the mouth of the dish is heavily angled, made by Kauklahden Lasitehdas, a subsidiary of Riihimaki Glassworks, signed by artist Theodor Kappi, and dated 1952.
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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