This is a pair of hand painted or hand enameled Bohemian Czech vases. The maker is Harrach. The date is circa 1880.
The glass is a gray-taupe color, somewhat opaque, a color of glass that Harrach produced during this time period.
Each vase is 9 ¼" high, 3 3/4" wide in the body and 2 ¼" wide at the mouth.
The front of each vase shows enameled painted flowers and leaves with a colorful hovering butterfly. The leaves and stems extend around each vase to the back.
Each vase has a cylindrical shape with a short neck and a round foot. The necks and feet have green enamel with gold trim between the green. There is a line of beading below the mouth and near the edge of the foot. There are bands of gold trim.
The rim of the mouth is slightly rounded and slightly beveled on the inside.
There is some gold wear to the bands of gold, around the rims, and to the gold between the green on the necks.
There are no nicks, chips, flakes or cracks.
The pontil is round and shallow and ground smooth. The number 13 is hand painted inside each pontil.