Aquamarine glass vase - Frantisek Vizner, Hermanov - detail of advertisement

Aquamarine glass vase - Frantisek Vizner, Hermanov
Aquamarine glass vase - Frantisek Vizner, Hermanov
Aquamarine glass vase - Frantisek Vizner, Hermanov
Aquamarine glass vase - Frantisek Vizner, Hermanov
Aquamarine glass vase - Frantisek Vizner, Hermanov

Antique: Aquamarine glass vase - Frantisek Vizner, Hermanov

Hand-pressed glass, thick-walled, made of light blue glass. Cylindrical conical shape. Decorated with three rows of organic-shaped protrusions. The upper edge is arcuately shaped. Frantisek Vizner design from 1962, glassworks Hermanova Hut, Sklo - Union, Czechoslovakia. Height 20 cm.

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height: 200 mm

date of manufacture: 1970

country of origin: Europe – Czechoslovakia

period / style: the second half of the 20th century

author: František Vízner

number of pieces: 1

materials: blue glass, pressed glass

details: in preserved condition

locality: Prague

seller - antique gallery: Antiques Pod Kinskou, Ltd.

price: 42,- €

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