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Glass Vase Engraved by August Bischof, circa 1930
By J. & L. Lobmeyr Company, August Bisschoff
Located in Melbourne, AU
An important example from this famous engraver. Bischof learned glass engraving at Steinschonau, then joined the firm of J&L Lobmeyr in Vienna, where he stayed until 1914. His wo...
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Vintage 1930s Austrian Art Deco Vases

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Blown Glass

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