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Antique Bohemian Crystal Bowls Set

Regular price $750.00 Sale price $329.99 Save $420.01
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A rare set of 5 antique Bohemian crystal bowls made in Europe sometime in the late 19th century. Etched with delicate gold laurels, bowls and scrolls, and adorned with a gold encrusted rim, these crystal bowls are the perfect addition to one's collection of fine china and crystal.

They are individual serving size which means you can use these bowls for desserts, side salad, a chilled soup, an appetizer and even cereal. 

The quality of the workmanship is really superb and given their age and condition they also make a wonderful wedding gift for someone special who appreciates the finer tableware. 

→ set of 5 Bohemian crystal bowls
→ late 1800s
→ 2.75"H x 4.5"W 
→ in excellent condition, no chips or cracks and no fading in the gold 

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