Josef Inwald Large Art Deco Glass Centrepiece Flower Bowl in Green c.1930s
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This is a charming example of a centrepiece posy or flower bowl produced by Josef Inwald of Czechoslovakia and dating to the 1930s.
The bowl is approximately round with an inverted scalloped rim. The exterior is moulded with six equidistant bands of vertical lines that extend down towards the base. In the centre is a thick, discoid flower holder, which has eight small holes encircling a central larger hole. This central hole would have originally contained a removable figure; a common example would be a stylised fish.
This discoid posy holder has a short stem which merges with the centre of the bowl. This is therefore all one piece.
The base is plain and unmarked.
It has a height of approximately 6.5cm and a diameter across the rim of about 29.5cm.
It is in excellent condition, with no chips or cracks, although there is the odd wear and tear scratch commensurate with age and use.
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