The Harrach glass factory is nestled in the remote mountains of Northern Bohemia, now known as the Czech Republic. The glass works was founded in 1712 by Count Harrach and is still in operation today. This lovely vase is a fine example of what was produced during the Art Nouveau Era. It is Circa 1890 and goes from a deep emerald green at the base to clear at the reticulated top. It is allover intaglio cut with a very intricate floral and leaf design. It stands 9 inches at the tallest point and 3 ½ inches across the base. It is in excellent condition showing only normal shelf wear to the base, the light spots in the photos are reflections from the camera. This is an absolutely exquisite vase and an excellent art glass investment.
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