By 20th C Pioneering designer Josef Hoffmann a secessionist movement piece made by MOSER KARLSBAD ca 1920. A Beautiful and important "Annagruen : the Yellowish-green Uranium glass" vase designed by one of the pioneering designers of the secessionist movement Josef Hoffmann, made with Moser of Karlsbad in Czechoslovak Circa 1920s. 8" H x 5 1/2" W x 4 W Octagon shaped Base. Wonderful sharp facet cutting in a scalloped edged Fan Art Deco form: An unusual pioneering design by Hoffmann, we have not found anywhere else signed and made by from Moser KARLSBAD.
The glass vase is mouth blown and hand cut with a polished flat base. The vase is in superb condition, there is a spec of wood ash in the bottom of base from being hand blown and slight scuffing to base as expected for this 1920's era vase. We note one flea bite on the rim of the base, see images provided, which could be polished out by a professional glass restorer. ANTIQUE CONDITION is near MINT 9.5/10. Josef Hoffmann´s Gallia Apartment, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne 1984, Abb.
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