I would kindly urge you, not to overlook or underestimate the fabulous Art Deco press moulded glass produced by Stolzle.
I have watched the works of Stolzle grow with ever increasing popularity over the years. One can see by this vase alone, as to why that is and their collective interest is firmly placed and destined to continue.
Stolzle glass has at all times been highly respected since its foundation at the Oberdorf glassworks in Barnbach, Austria on June 15th 1805, by Karl Smola.
During later years, the company, as like many others of the period, location & style, became known more commonly as Sklo Union/Bohemian Glass.
Here for your collection, is a scarce pattern vase By Stolzle. Circa 1930s and it displays all of the qualities associated to the factory: Striking Art Deco designing with thickly defined mouldings using quality crystal.
The zig-zag handles of this piece and its wonderful diamond shaped base, together with its flared top formation, propels this vase into a world of its own.
It is also an early pattern vase which was later re-developed without its handles which would have been a working nightmare to mass produce using pressed glass moulding techniques.
Many if not most of this pattern type would have suffered from distortion to the handles due to being problematic to release from their mould and of course their instability whilst still molten and or hot.
It is no small surprise that Stolzle went on to re-design this fabulous vase shape, with a more easily moulded, solid glass wing handle and with a hexagonal base as opposed to open fret-work and stylized diamond forms.
Many of these later vase patterns became center pieces for large glass bowls & chargers of the same pattern types. Some of which are currently available here in my shop and listed separately should you wish to make comparison.
This is a very fine Art Deco glass vase indeed for your collection and it is offered to you here completely free of any damage, and just look,at how the glass radiates & glows when subjected to UV black light.
It is in pristine mint condition and as fresh as the date of its production in circa 1930s.
It's a real beauty.
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Height: 8 inches Widest diameter: 5.5 x 4.25 inches Base: 5 x 3.25 inches Postage weight: 2k
Item ID: JJ539
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