Vase I

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Object Name: 
Vase I
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 13.8 cm, Diam: 10.8 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Colorless glass; cast, cut, sandblasted, acid-etched. Cylindrical vase. Plain rounded rim; vertical wall; plain base; solid, except for roughly hemispherical depression in upper part. Wall and interior have matte sandblasted surfaces.
Art Centrum, Source
Corning Museum of Glass
West Bridge Exhibit
Corning Museum of Glass 2005-11-17 through 2006-04-02
Corning Incorporated Gallery 2006-07-12 through 2007-01-06
Corning Museum of Glass 2002-05-16 through 2002-10-21
National Czech and Slovak Museum and Library 2003-02-28 through 2003-09-28
Corning Incorporated Gallery
Czechoslovakian Glass 1350-1980
Corning Museum of Glass 1981-05-02 through 1981-11-01
Six centuries of objects from five Czechoslovakian museums and more than 20 contemporary Czech glass artists. From the geographic region of Czechoslovakia known as Bohemia, came (and continues to come) a dazzling sequence of decorative designs and techniques for the embellishment of glass. The history of the Czechoslovakian artist is not simply a catalog of applied decorative techniques, but a sequential array of innovations and improvements that have often set the standard for the rest of the world.
Czech Glass (2nd edition) (2018) illustrated, p. 77 (right);
Ceske sklo (2018) illustrated, p. 77 (right); BIB# 717646
Frantisek Vízner: Sklo Glass 1951-2001 (2001) pl. IV-5; BIB# 71864
Czech Glass (1st edition) (2001) illustrated, p. 59 (fig. 53, right);
Sklo - Glass: Frantisek Vízner (1994) illustrated, #12; BIB# 69703