Powerful example of Czech glass design.
A twirling, curvaceous glass vase.
Made by the Rosice glassworks, part of the Sklo Union group.
The vase is a good example of the myriad of interpretations of modernism.
Not the definitive, straight lines often represented in Scandinavian design; but more stylised, with a clear link to the past.
It echoes the designs of the 1930s when Art Nouveau motifs morph into Art Deco streamlining.
A very heavy, architectural vase. With production bubbles on glass