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Rare pair of vases in Bohemian lithyalin glass featuring angled sections and gilt bronze mounts. Each of the dark green and marbled vases rests on a pedestal base encircled by a gilt bron...
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Pair of Lithyalin Vases – Charles X

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Rare pair of vases in Bohemian lithyalin glass featuring angled sections and gilt bronze mounts. Each of the green and marbled vases rests on a pedestal base.

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Rare pair of vases in Bohemian lithyalin glass featuring angled sections and gilt bronze mounts. Each of the dark green and marbled vases rests on a pedestal base encircled by a gilt bronze spiraling ribbon. The simple yet elegant angular handles end with orbs that support rectangular suspensions. In 1820, the Bohemian Count Brucquoy discovered the opaque, dark green glass called “hyalith,” and in 1825, “lithyalin,” a marbled glass, was discovered by Egerman in Haida, Germany. These novel glass productions were highly successful.

 

 

Circa : 1825

Dim: L: 4.9 in, W: 3.9 in, H: 9 in

Dim: L: 12.5 cm, W: 10 cm, H: 23 cm

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