A 19th century Bohemian or possibly Czech amber glass vase in a pilsner shape, beautifully hand painted in enamel with the figure of Brunhilde (or Brunhilda as commonly spelled). The vase is considered a "monumental" size of 13 3/4" tall. The Brunhilde figure is wonderfully enameled, with all the gold detail being raised gilding. The figure is surrounded by raised gilt baroque scrolls. The glass is in very good condition with no chips, cracks, or cloudiness, though there is some loss the the gilt edging. The vase is unmarked except for a very tiny letter H on the bottom. It's been suggested to us that the initial may be that of Fritz Heckert and/or early Egermann, but we've been unable to confirm a definitive attribution.
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