As is typical of this glass vase by Franz Welz, it has a beautiful vivid colour and distinctive design coupled with quality.
The glassworks of Franz Welz (Antoienhütte) was established in Bohemia circa 1728 and was still in production well into the 1930s. The factory is mostly known for its range of vibrant colourful glass of the Art Deco period, which included Tango glass and spatter glass using a multitude of colour variations. This piece pre-dates the above period and was produced between approximately c1900 – c1915.
The vase has been free-blown from white glass to provide a blank for the green and then cased in pure crystal. All of the working procedures were done from the top and so no pontil mark is present upon the base. The entire was then blown into a mould to produce a ribbed effect and then formed into shape using pincers. The crystal handles were then applied, which gives the vase a trophy-like appearance. The resulting piece makes a fabulous addition to a collection and the condition of the glass is pristine...
Height: 7 inches Base diameter: 3.25 inches Postage weight: 1k 300gms
Item ID: JJ872
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