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Yellow, colorless, translucent white, cobalt, polychrome chips; non-lead glasses; blown, hot-worked. Stylized horn: rests vertically on flared end; horn is tall straight cone of yellow cased in colorless; narrow end is twisted and has extra heavy colorless casing; body decorated, with three loops (colorless, cobalt, white) that are also loosely trailed over mid-section; one patty of white, three large blown out bubbles near flared end which is also decorated with multi-color marvered glass fragments; flared end rimmed with heavy cobalt wrap; inscribed in script on exterior near flared end: "Roubícek/PRAHA/1986".
Galerie Gottschalk-Betz, Former Collection
Miluse Roubickova, Rene Roubicek
Gottschalk/Betz Gallerie 1987-11-15 through 1988-01-31
Recent Important Acquisitions, 33 (1991) illustrated, p. 110, #43; BIB# AI27386
Miluse Roubickova, Rene Roubicek, 1950-1987 (1987) illustrated, pp. 12-13; BIB# 33059