Skrdlovice Glass – Petr Hora

Skrdlovice Glass – Petr Hora – stock #29318

An attractive mid century mordern design art glass vase made by the Czech firm, Skrdlovice / Beranek and dating to the early 1980s. This pattern was designed by Petr Hora (b1949) in 1983 with the range cylindrical and spherical vases and low bowl. Other colours include, green and amber with constrasting patterns.

It has an inner green core, cased in a thin layer of topaz glass and then a thick layer of clear glass. It has internal white and pink web decoration and bubbles. Understood to be pattern no 8316/30

Size
Marks
Condition
30cm high
8.5cm wide
Unmarked No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
£65.00
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Prachen Glass Vase – Flora

Prachen Glass Vase – Flora White – stock #25618

A mid 1970’s Czech art glass vase by Prachen Glass from the “Flora” range designed by Frantisek Koudelka in 1973. This example is the scarer largest size with a pale sky blue over mottled white colour within clear glass.

Unmarked – hollow ground pontil on the underside. For similar see page 65 of “SKLO Czech Glass Design from the 1950s-70s” by Mark Hill.

Size
Marks
Condition
35cm high
14cm wide
Unmarked No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
£50.00
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Cenedese Glass – Cat Sculpture

Cenedese Glass – Cat Sculpture – stock #15418

A striking mid century design glass model of a seated cat. It has a blue grey body with purple inner, tail and eyes and with a red nose.  Attributed with the Murano glassmaker Cenedese and designed by Antonio De Ros (b1936). These cats can be found in various colours and positions, some seated, others as bookends.

Unsigned. Which for Cenedese suggests an earlier date.

Size
Marks
Condition
28cm high No makers marks or labels. No chips, cracks or restorations. Some tooling marks.
Price GB Pounds
£245.00
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WMF Ikora Glass – Large Vase

WMF Ikora Glass – Large Vase – stock #25018

An impressive art deco design WMF Ikora Kristal vase decorated with a marble multi toned red pattern with randon bubble inclusions. This vase is mostly likely shape number 8111 and is illustrated in the 1951 sales catalogue.

Thw WMF Ikora Kristal range was developed in the mid 1920 by Karl Weidmann and continued to be produced until the early 1950’s. This example most likely has a post war date of production but could easily be from the 1930’s.

Size
Marks
Condition
30cm high
14.5cm wide
Unmarked No chips, cracks or restorations. Minimal use wear.
Price GB Pounds
£65.00
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Holmegaard Glass – White GULV Vase

Holmegaard Glass – White GULV Vase – stock #14818

A mid 20th century Holmegaard Gulvvase in a white within clear colourway. This example is 25.5cm high and a little over 9cm in diameter. I understand that this is the smallest of 5 sizes.

Made by Holmegaard Glass, Denmark and designed by Otto Brauer in 1962.

Size
Marks
Condition
25.5cm high
9cm wide
Unmarked No chips, cracks or restorations.
Price GB Pounds
£85.00
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