Pair Bohemian Glass Saucers Hand -Blown Circa 1860


Hand blown circa 1860 this pair of Bohemian Glass saucers are little gems! .
We see a long-tailed songbird standing on rockwork, tilting his head up to sing his song out into the sky.
Around him are red leafy plants, and above is a blue sky all painted on milk-white translucent Bohemian Glass.
The center is encircled by a red band of geometric pattern.
The wide border shows three groups of flowers painted blue, red, purple, and gold.
The overall effect is charming!
The underside of each saucer shows a pontil mark where it was separated from the glass-blowing tool.

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Background of Bohemian Glass

Bohemian Glass is glass produced in the regions of Bohemia and Silesia, now parts of the Czech Republic.
For centuries, beginning in the 1600s, Bohemian Glass has been recognized for its high quality, craftsmanship, and beauty.

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