Features four Chinese 5-clawed Dragons, the serpents. Undulating over the satin etched outer surface. Emperor's sacred emblem of imperial power until the last emperor, representing its dignity while the four.
Designed in Czechoslovakia during the Art Deco period of the 1930's. At the Josef Inwald Glassworks. 1935 by John Jenkins & Son of London.In the style of famous French glass makers, Lalique, Sabino and Etling, Barolac utilized similar finishing techniques to. Produce a quality line of art glass.
Picture is photographed with slight contrast to show the exceptional high relief. Dimensions: H 2", D 14". THIS IS A USED/ANTIQUE/VINTAGE ITEM... It may show some evidence of wear due to the age and or use as expected. Evidence of wear may include but are not limited to age appropriate wear, scratches, etc...
Photos are taken during listing process. The item "JOSEF INWARD Rare Barolac 14 Dragon Platter/Plate / Charger CZECH glass VINTAGE" is in sale since Friday, November 22, 2019.This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Art Glass\Bohemian/Czech\Other Bohemian/Czech Art Glass". The seller is "deliciousworld" and is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States.