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Vintage Art Glass Neodymium Vase | Zelezny Brod Sklo, Made in Czechoslovakia *RARE FIND*

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Zelezny Brod Sklo, aka Železnobrodské Sklo, was created in 1948 as a result of nationalisation. At this time it was made up of nine glass factories in the town of Zelezny Brod, Czechoslovakia. 

The company is best known for it's popular free-formed organic vases and bowls, designed by Miloslav Klinger and others, during from the 1950s.

You can read more about Zelezny Brod Sklo, here:


A gorgeous example of neodymium (alexandrite) glass, made by the company is the 1960s. Neodymium glass changes colour depending on the light; natural versus fluorescent light will change the colour from lilac to blue (as per the first two pictures).

The shape of this piece is so interesting - it has a void from the top, perfect as a bud vase, but also a void from the underside. In addition, it is 'pinched' on the sides of the glass, which we have tried to show via the pictures. So unique!

This particular vase measures approx 17.5cm tall x 12cm wide and is excellent vintage condition, with no wear that we can see.

Highly collectible!

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