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Museum Baruther Glashütte Glaskultur Auftaktinstallation [050331]

Bodenvase aus Glashütte

Bodenvase aus Glashütte (Museum Baruther Glashütte CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

Standvase mit Milchglasinnenfang, mundgeblasen und handbemalt. Drei Felder mit in bräunlichen Tönen gehaltenen Blumenmotiven und drei Felder mit einer opaken Tupfendekoration, geteilt durch vertikale Banddekore. Die Vase wurde vermutlich von Glasmalermeister Willi Brisch in Glashütte hergestellt.

Material/Technique

Glas, formgeblasen, mundgeblasen, handbemalt

Measurements

H: 60 cm. D: Vasenöffnung 20 cm, D: Vasenfuß 18 cm

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