Rare Barolac Inwald 14” Dragon Bowl

Designed in Czechoslovakia at the Josef Inwald Glassworks during the 1930's, this exquisite line of Bohemian glass was originally imported to England under the name "Barolac", a trademark registered in 1935 by John Jenkins & Son of London. Emulating the style of Lalique, Sabino and Etling, Barolac utilized similar finishing techniques to produce a line of quality art glass, which rivaled those esteemed French glass makers.

This extraordinary and very hard to find Inwald/Barolac Dragon bowl, shape #12109 produced in Czechoslovakia, features a remarkably detailed rendering of four Chinese 5-clawed Dragons, the serpents undulating over the satin etched outer surface.

Condition is excellent, free from chipping or cracking, with minimal age-appropriate wear to the base.

H 2", D 14".

Item ID: 239

$595 USD

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