Amber Bohemian Glass Vases & Drinking Glasses Set By Max Kannegiesser For Egermann, 1960s

Amber Bohemian Glass Vases & Drinking Glasses Set By Max Kannegiesser For Egermann, 1960s


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These amber mould blown vases with typical olive like design called Nemo. They were designed by German glass maker Max Kannegiesser who worked during 50/60s in Novy Bor. The medium sized round vase marked Egermann, glasswork in Novy Bor, Czechoslovakia. All pieces were only displayed, never used. The smaller vase is 19 cm tall, diameter is 20.5 cm, weight is 1 kg. The water glass is 11 cm tall, 9 cm in width, weight is 0.3 kg. The largest vase is 1.1 kg heavy.
Light scratches to the bottom, Very few uncontrolled air bubbles

Height: 29.0 cm
Other: Diameter 15.5cm

Estimated Time: Less than one week

Please ask for shipping quote and delivery time. I will replay within hours and detailed quote within a day.
Large items will be shipped with DSV, Move and Parcel or other furniture shipping specialist.
Smaller items are shipped via Czech Post, DPD or GLS with delivery time around one week and price around 30£ to 55£ for size
100/50/50 cm
Every item will be carefully and safely packed.
All items are located in Czech Republic, Chrudim.

This item will be shipped from Chrudim, Czech Republic.
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Condition: Used

Wear Condition: Excellent

Designer: Max Kannegiesser

Brand/Manufacturer: Egermann

Date of Manufacture: 1960s

Place of Origin: Czechia

Material: Colored Glass

Period: Mid 20th Century

Listed by: Tomas_20ec

SKU: 57850932