"Wilhelm Kralik, In The Taste Of Loetz. Pair Of Vases Soliflores To Panse Spinning Glass Iridescent."(traduction automatic) - Rare pair of vases "soliflores" slender look of a cylindrical body and long narrow neck, doubled in glass and iridescent pink cream, mouth blown, decorated with inclusions made of marbled patterns psychedelic appearance; they are born in the base of each element, and back on their bodies, in a pattern-tooth saw. Decor uncommon, beautiful harmony between the bottom and the decor. Quality of execution, shape and stylized design. Interesting work glassware, early twentieth century. Circa. 1875/1900 glassware Wilhelm Kralik (1806/1877) and son (from 1881), established in South Bohemia. Work quite similar to the windows manufactured by Johann Loetz, another large glass of the new Austrian Art. Unsigned vases - as usual, so that in Loetz Kralik. Bibliography: "The glass genius of Europe", second edition in 1998 Margada, G. Cappa; cf. 108-109 pages biography of W. Kralik & son. Excellent condition. Reference is made just two small original defects, including an air bubble having "hatched" cooking, the back of one of the two vessels. Perfect condition, otherwise; no alteration due to the weather. Beautiful objects. Fast shipping, neat, insured up to the transaction, worldwide. Package by a person with professional equipment specialized firsthand.