A stunning Pair Of Bohemian Cut Red Glass Vases With Overlay Gilded Panels and floral hand painted Enamelled panels circa 1865. Three of these highly decorative panels are cross cut with small strawberry diamonds (some collectors refer to this as hobnail cut - cross hatched) the other three are enamelled with colourful floral blooms on a richly gilded ground, the space between the panels having a gilt floriate scrolling pattern. These very stylish glass vases with a gilded castellated "Van Dyke" rim, stand on a round pedestal foot which is also overlayed with geometric straight sided petal shape panels that are enamelled and gilded, they have slender hexagonally faceted annulated knopped stems. These are a beautiful quality and highly decorative antique items that date to the 19th century during the reign of Queen Victoria circa 1865. The vases do not have any makers marks but could possibly have been made by the renowned Silesian glass maker Countess Schaffgotsch'sche Josephinenhütte Josephinenhütte of Szklarska Poreba?
Mba (German Schreiberhau) is a town in the district of Jeleniogórski in the Lower Silesian province in Poland. However there are a number of other possibilities for manufacturers who made similar items.
They include Harrach at Neuwelt, Moser at Meierhoefen near Karlsbad, Meyr's Neffe at Adolf near. Size: 10.25" Tall x 2.5" Wide.Condition: both have a nibble to one the top sections as shown in the photos which is reflected in the price. The item "Pair Of Bohemian Cut Red Glass Vases Overlay Gilded Panels Enamelled c 1865" is in sale since Thursday, October 29, 2020. This item is in the category "Pottery, Porcelain & Glass\Glass\Art Glass\Bohemian/Czech". The seller is "stefagraczy-0" and is located in Horsham. This item can be shipped worldwide.