This is a fantastic example of Adam Jablonski Crystal Glass artistry. Born in Poland 1936, Adam has been working with glass since 1952. His work is highly collectable and will only become more rare due to his retirement.
Adam Jablonski succeeded to earn a reputation as one of the greats in glass arts, he is also rightly seen as being an innovator, thanks in large part to the new techniques that he created over his 50 plus year career. In the year 2000 in one of the last Adam Jablonski patents approved by the Polish patent office, he succeeded in combining two diametrically opposing mediums into one artistic process, the union of glass and metal.
His work is timeless, modern and magical. This beautifully created tall vase represents exceptional value and is signed by the artist. The hand blown glass has been formed into a very unique tall vase with interesting scallop cutout detail at the top of the vase with additional vivid blue colour all around the circumference. The vase is constructed in clear lead crystal with delicate white flecks throughout and a series of vivid blue markings around the main body. A great piece to add to your collection.
The approximate age period is 2000 - 2009 the vase stands tall at 45 cm high and 15 cm across with an average thickness of 1 cm.