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Pair of Austrian Art Nouveau Vases
Fine pair of late 19th. century Austrian or Bohemian vases secured in dark patinated metal mounts with handles at each side.
Made of colourless frosted glass with the top section overlaid inside and out with vivid green glass that has been allowed to run in streaks down towards the bulbous base.
The style is rather Art Nouveau meets Secessionist and they look most impressive on display, being approximately 32.5 cm in height.
Width between the extremities of the handles is around 18 cm.