Borske Sklo (Czechoslovakia) 'Honeycomb' XL 10" Vase, in Pink/Purple *RARE FIND*

$285.00 USD
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Borske Sklo, originally named Borske Sklarny National Corporation, was founded in 1948, in the Novy Bor region of Czechoslovakia, and incorporated all the glassworks in the area.

In 1953 the company merged with Borocrystal and Umelecke Sklo to form Borske Sklo National Corporation

You can read more about Borske Sklo, here:
20thcenturyglass.com/glass_encyclopedia/bohemian_glass/borske_glass/


THIS LISTING:

An incredible piece featuring their 'Honeycomb' pattern, in the pink/purple variation, circa 1930s/40s. The glass design features hexagonal panels, hence the name. Some of these are finished in a pink colouring, whilst the majority are left clear.

This extra large piece measures approx 25cm (10") tall and 29cm wide. It's huge!

Condition wise there are no chips, cracks or major pattern/colour loss to the pink panels.

These large vases, often called 'witch bowls', were used for large displays of flowers or as single decorative centrepieces.

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