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Adam Jablonski vase

$ 253
€ 220

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  Adam Jablonski vase
  Adam Jablonski vase
  Adam Jablonski vase
  Adam Jablonski vase
  Adam Jablonski vase
  Adam Jablonski vase
  Adam Jablonski vase
  Adam Jablonski vase
  Adam Jablonski vase
  Adam Jablonski vase
  Adam Jablonski vase
  Adam Jablonski vase
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Adam Jablonski glass vase `Fortuna`, signed 1990, Polish.This vase has been cleaned respecting the vintage patina and is ready to use. A handmade mouth blown art glass vase, in 24% lead crystal, hand etched by Jablonski himself. Signed at base: `Adam Jablonsky, 1990 r, 109/20` This sculptural glass vase signed by Polish designer Adam Jablonsky is coloured in delightful shades of pink and cherry. The tones go from clear crystal at the bottom of the base to rich cherry/pink at the top. The design is very sculptural, organic and elongated in shape, with round edges, and a light ‘squirreling’ of white and dark cherry ribboning inside the pure clear crystal base. Great decorative quality & presence with a considerable size and weight. The vase in very good condition with no cracks or chips and only tiny minor rubbing to one lateral side (as photographed) and top border. Packing is offered free of charge. We take special professional care while packing. For safe transport, the vase would be wrapped in a layer of bubble wrap, foam and soft cardboard. It would easily fit into a box with with loose fill packing peanuts ideal for posting and shipping. ADAM JABLONSKY GLASS HISTORY - Adam Jablonski was born in Poland in 1936. His award winning Glass Studio has made a big impression on the World Art Glass Market since 1952. He has earned a worldwide reputation for both unique glass artistry and as an eminent crystal glass production engineer with many patents to his name. Jablonski has been awarded twelve gold medals, presented to him by the Polish President and has had his Glass bought and displayed by the World famous Corning Museum of Glass. Since his retirement in 2010, no additional glass pieces have been made making his vintage stock very sought after. 

Price: 
$ 253
Price: 
€ 220
Size in cm: 
H. 29 W. 10 D. 8 cm.
Size in inch: 
H. 11 W. 4 D. 3 in.
Time Period: 
20th C.
Year: 
1990
Condition: 
Good
Country: 
United Kingdom
In The Period Of: 
Modernism
Reference No: 
11072

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