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Gilt and enamel decorated clear glass tazza on plate - CB.206
Origin: Bohemia
Circa: 19 th Century AD
Dimensions: 4" (10.2cm) high x 8.5" (21.6cm) wide
Collection: Islamic
Style: Orientalist/ Indo-Persian
Medium: Glass

Additional Information: AS

Location: Great Britain
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The tazza posing on a plate was possibly created by the workshop of Fritz Heckert, a Bohemian glass enameller, actively operating between the years 1866-1890, who founded and established the Petersdorf glass workshop in 1866. His production consisted mainly of German, Indian and Persian inspired enamelled glass artefacts. His son-in-law ran the glass works from 1890, and then his son from 1910. After 1898, the firm produced Jugendstil inspired decorations and shapes. They also produced objects decorated by silver overlay on glass. - (CB.206)


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