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WILHELM KRALIK & SOHN Bohemian pair of Art Nouveau iridescent glass vases 1910 - Pignolet Gallery

WILHELM KRALIK & SOHN Bohemian pair of Art Nouveau iridescent glass vases 1910


WILHELM KRALIK & SOHNE (Bohemia) circa 1910, pair of large Art Nouveau vases in pearlescent / iridescent / iridescent and chalcedony sulphur glass.
Sometimes also attributed to Pallme König & Habel.
Perfect condition.
Unsigned, referenced in the book "L'Europe de l'Art Verrier", by Giuseppe Cappa, pg 93, n.95.

  • Period:20th Century / ca 1910.
  • Country of Origin:Austria.
  • Dimensions (H x W x D):34 x 18,5 x 18,5 cm.
  • Weight:1 Kg.
  • Number of components:2.
  • Condition:Excellent.
  • Style:Art Nouveau / Jugendstil.
  • Materials:Glass / Pâte de verre.
  • Price:750 €

  • Pick-up:Free.
  • Belgium Delivery:20€.
  • France Delivery:30€.
  • Europe Delivery:40€.
  • Worldwide Delivery:60€.

The firm of Wilhelm Kralik & Sohne was founded in 1881, and concentrated on the production of iridescent art glass and applied threads, as well as a series of pieces inspired by those of Loetz. It also produced glass with an outer layer of silver.
Kralik is best known for his iridescent pieces combining white and pink glass with veins of other colours on the surface, as well as "hammered" glass with irregular textures.
The factory closed during the Second World War.