Porcelain vase "Dancing girls"
Artist/Maker: Royal Dux Bohemia
Artist/Maker Dates: 1853 - present
Place of Production: Czech Republic (Czechoslovakia)
Date of Production: middle of 20th century
Materials: cobalt, gilding, porcelain, underglaze hand painting
Style: Art Nouveau
Model Nr.: 13124
Height: 51.0 cm.
- Heavy weight throughout frame, resulting in nice antique patina.
- Newer upholstery in good condition throughout, with hanging under liner.
Royal Dux Porcelain has been produced since 1853, in the small town of Duchcov, located about two hours to the North West of Prague, the capital city of the recently formed Czech Republic. From 1918 until December 31st 1992 the country was known as Czechoslovakia, situated behind the so called "Iron Curtain" from 1948 till 1990. As the Berlin Wall crumbled so did the hard line communist government in Czechoslovakia. The "Velvet Revolution" (so called because of its lack of blood-shed and violence) began in November 1989, in the streets of Prague, initiated by students, but supported by the entire country. In January of 1990 Vaclav Havel (the famous dissident writer) was elected president of a free Czechoslovakia. However, in the winter of 1992 the Czech and Slovak factions decided to split and form two separate countries, The Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic. This split has become known as the "Velvet Divorce".
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