Early 1900s Czech Yellow Amber Cut to Clear Thousand Eye Handpainted Floral Vase
Presented is a striking Czechoslovakian cut glass vase, dating to around the 1918-1935. The glass is amber cut to clear in a 'thousand eyes' design, with intricate scrollwork decoration in a dense pattern surrounding the 'eyes'. Each circle has a little hand painted flower in red or blue, with yellow center and green leaves. Although this was likely made as a vase, the piece has a flared rim and low stemmed foot, like a chalice or goblet. Very interesting piece with a lot of visual appeal.
This piece is in great condition. There is some minor wear to the gilding of the rim, but nothing excessive. The underside has some typical shelf wear. There are no chips, no cracks, no breaks, and no repairs.
This piece stands about 8 inches tall and measures about 5 inches wide.
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