Vase Bohemia

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Large Bohemia Vase Czech Republic Blue Green Hand Made 15 1 2 Purple Green
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Chipped Bohemian Czech 12 Cut Glass Vase Queen Lace Starburst Clear Bohemia
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Art Deco Malachite Green Pressed Glass Ladies Hat Pin Vase Holder Bohemia Czech
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Antique Tall Welz Thorn Vase Czech Bohemia c1885 1905 13 1 8
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Bohemia Crystal Czech Republic Small vase Shot Glass with roses In BoX
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Beautiful Bohemia Crystal Blue Gold Vase Made in Czech Republic
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Vintage BOHEMIA CZECH Cased Glass Red White Overlay Cut Flower Vase
Vintage BOHEMIA CZECH Cased Glass Red White Overlay Cut Flower Vase
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Bohemia Lead Crystal QUEEN LACE Hand Cut Tall Vase Bohemian Czech 12 Tall
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Bohemia Lead Crystal QUEEN LACE Hand Cut Vase
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Bohemia Glass Frosted Fish Vase with seahorse handles made in Czechoslovakia
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Caesar Bohemia Glass Vase Blue and Clear
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BOHEMIA 9 Clear Vase Leaves Hand Cut Lead Crystal over 24 PbO Czech Republic
BOHEMIA 9 Clear Vase Leaves Hand Cut Lead Crystal over 24 PbO Czech Republic
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Large Stolzle Bohemia Glass Modernist Vase Ca 1935
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Bohemia Nude Women Frosted Glass Vase Hand Made in Czechoslovakia
Bohemia Nude Women Frosted Glass Vase Hand Made in Czechoslovakia
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RARE BOHEMIA CZECHOSLOVAKIA EGERMANN RUBY RED VASE 24K GOLD HIGH ENAMEL 1950 60
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HUGE 28 Bohemia Lead Crystal QUEEN LACE Hand Cut Decanter Vase Bohemian Czech
HUGE 28 Bohemia Lead Crystal QUEEN LACE Hand Cut Decanter Vase Bohemian Czech
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BOHEMIA CZECH HAND CUT CRYSTAL PURPLE VASE
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Vintage Egarmann Bohemia Crystal Vase Czech Republic 16 Inches
Vintage Egarmann Bohemia Crystal Vase Czech Republic 16 Inches
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Bohemia Crystal Czech Republic Fine Cut Bud Vase 24 pb0 Pinwheel Style Flowers
Bohemia Crystal Czech Republic Fine Cut Bud Vase 24 pb0 Pinwheel Style Flowers
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Bohemia Crystal Cranberry Art Glass Vase Gold Gilt Hand Painted Czechoslovakia
Bohemia Crystal Cranberry Art Glass Vase Gold Gilt Hand Painted Czechoslovakia
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Bohemia Skio Czech Republic Crystal Vase Martin Fait W Box Florero 89010 250
Bohemia Skio Czech Republic Crystal Vase Martin Fait W Box Florero 89010 250
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CZECH BOHEMIA CRYSTAL 9 1 2 VASE DECORATED GOLD BOHEMIAN ART GLASS
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Bohemia Czech footed Vase 24 Crystal Gold Enamel Queen Lace Hand Cut 8 Tall
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Bohemia Czechoslovakia Vase Lead Crystal 24 PbO 7 7 8 tall Beautiful
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Queen Lace Crystal Vase Bohemia Czech 10
Queen Lace Crystal Vase Bohemia Czech 10
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XL DESNA Malachite Glass Vase Schlevogt Hoffman Art Nouveau Czech Bohemia Green
XL DESNA Malachite Glass Vase Schlevogt Hoffman Art Nouveau Czech Bohemia Green
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BERANEK Studio Art Glass Crystal Vase Green Hand Blown Czech Bohemia Bohemian
BERANEK Studio Art Glass Crystal Vase Green Hand Blown Czech Bohemia Bohemian
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Bohemia Czech Crystal Large Round Purple Floral Vase 7 Inch High
Bohemia Czech Crystal Large Round Purple Floral Vase 7 Inch High
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CAESAR CRYSTAL Blue Vase Hand Cut to Clear Overlay Czech Bohemia Bohemian
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BOHEMIA QUEEN LACE LEAD CRYSTAL VASE  CANDLE HOLDER HAND CUT OLD
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Bohemia 24 Lead Crystal QUEEN LACE Hand Cut Tall Vase Bohemian Czech 1175
Bohemia 24 Lead Crystal QUEEN LACE Hand Cut Tall Vase Bohemian Czech 1175
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Madesk Moser Bohemia Opaque Red Gold Scrolling Enameled Glass Vase 24kt Stunning
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Bohemia Crystal Hand Cut Tall Vase Queen lace Cut Czech Republic
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Last Pair Czech Bohemia Slavia Hi Enamel Blue Crystal Glass Mantle Lustre Vases
Last Pair Czech Bohemia Slavia Hi Enamel Blue Crystal Glass Mantle Lustre Vases
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REALLY HEAVY Footed Crystal Glass Vase CZECH BOHEMIA BEAUTY
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Where did Vampirism come from?

The history of the vampire begins In ancient Persia, where a vase was discovered depicting a man struggling with a huge creature which is trying to suck his blood. Then, in Babylonian myth a deity known for drinking the blood of babies, Lilitu or "Lilith", was discovered. She was reputedly the first wife of Adam according to old Hebrew texts removed from the Old Testament, and left her husband due to his sexual ineptitude, becoming the Queen of Demons and Evil spirits. In China during the 6th century BC, traces of the "Living Dead", or revenants as they are known, were also found. More legends continued throughout all the world, including India, Malaysia, Polynesia and the lands of the Aztecs and Eskimos. According to the Aztecs, the offering of a young victims blood to the Gods ensured the fertilization of the earth. But truly, the vampire proper originates from European civillization...ancient Greece to begin with. There were numerous bloodthirsty Goddesses in both Roman ang Greek mythology, known as Lamiae, Empusae and Striges. These names eventually evolved into the general terms for Witches,Demons and Vampires. But these Vampires, though they do drink blood, were only Goddesses...not "living Dead", but disembodied divinities capable of taking on human appearances so that they might seduce their victims. As time passed on, and Christianity grew in popularity, the redemptive value of blood became apparant. Holy Communion, which includes drinking wine symbolizing Christ's blood and Bread symbolizing his flesh was at times taken quite literally. Some people, confusing pagan beliefs with transubstantiation (the actualy presence of Christ's flesh and blood during Communion) took part in feasting on human flesh and drinking human blood. During the 11th Century, witches and doctors alike prescribed virgin blood to cure all illnesses. Also during this time, some corpses found intact all over Europe began a huge vampire scare. The belief came about that people who died without a chance to receive last rites,or those who had commited suicide or had been excommunicated were destined to return to the earth as revenants. Various accounts of the discovery of Vampires can be read in books such as The Diabolical Dictionary (Dictionnaire Infernal) by the Bishop of Cahors; the Courtiers Triflings(De Nugis Curialium) by Walter Map, and the History of England(Historia Rerum Anglicarum) written by William of Newburgh. The phenomenon of Vampirism continued through the Renaissance era only sporadically, but again grew to epidemic proportions in the 14th Century, mainly in central European Regions of Prussia, Silesia and Bohemia. The bubonic plague was thought to be the work of Vampires and panic of infection led people to bury their dead without completely verifying that they were truly deceased. It was then no wonder that so many encounters of Vampires rising from their graves during this time were noted. A person, buried alive, would try to claw his way out of the grave and would be discovered covered in blood from the wounds he had inflicted upon himself by doing so. This, of course, would label him as a vampire.
In the mid-15th Century, Vampirism again reared its head, most notably in the trial of Frenchman Gilles de Rais. A former member of Joan of Arc's guard and erstwhile Marshal of France, he retired to his lands in Southwest France, devoted to his quest of finding the secret of the "Philosophers' Stone" in blood. He killed about 200 to 300 children by way of horrifying torture, in order to use their blood in his experiments. Later, in the 19th century, Joris-Karl Huysmans portrayed him as an authentic vampire in his novel La-Bas. Also during this time, another historical figure became associated with vampirism. His name was Vlad Tepes Dracula, Prince of Wallachia, an ancient kingdom which is now part of Romania. His double name of Tepes (meaning "Impaler") and Dracula (after his father, Dracul, meaning Devil or Dragon...the 'a' added on to mean 'son of...') suited him quite appropriately. Both a national hero for liberating his lands form the Ottoman invaders and a bloodthirsty tyrant who ordered thousands of people impaled for his pleasure, it is no wonder that his name became synonimous with the vampire legend. Four centuries later, Bram Stoker would write the infamous novel Dracula, which would forever give us the sterotype of the classic vampire.
Vlad Tepes Dracula (1431-76)

Elizabeth Bathory
Vampirism, though never completely vanished, dwindled slightly from the 15th through 17th centuries. In 1611, however, in the superstitious land of Hungary, Countess Erzsebet Bathory (Elizabeth Bathory or the "Blood Countess")began the legend afresh. She was accused of kidnapping and torturing young girls to death and then bathing in and drinking their blood. She believed that this would preserve her youth and looks. But how did she come to this conclusion? Well, apparantlym she was the wife of a Count who was always away at war. Becoming bored with her lifestyle, she began to study black magic which led to her horrible endeavors. When a large number of young women became missing, Bathory's cousin led a detachment of soldiers and policemen to capture her. She was spared execution because of her royal ties, but was locked up in a tower room for the rest of her life with door and windows shut. Her accomplices though were all executed. This event in history gave rise to numerous rumours of vampirism and inspired many writers unto today. Also, this coupled with poverty and illiterate populations of the time, led to an explosion of vampire and werewolf superstitions in Southern and Eastern Europe. The belief that "Vrykolakas" ( slavic for werewolves) would die and become vampires in the hereafter tied the two myths together quite conveniently. The word 'Vampire', until now unknown, became used as a term for the very first time in 1726, following thousands of reports of vampirism due to the plague. It was first coined in German as "Vanpir" in a report of one case of vampirism. This evolved into "vampyre" in 1732 (used in French) and finally into the English word "Vampire" later that same year. This was the beginning of the end for the vampire as we know it...
The 18th century, the Age of Enlightenment as it was also known, set out to destroy superstition. Scholars, doctors, philosophers and members of the church all cast doubt on the acomplishments of the Devil and his minions. A French Benedictine Monk known as Don Calmet published a huge tract which, he claimed, put the controversy of vampires to rest. But the legend of the vampire, true to its nature, refused to die. Categorizing and sterotyping the vampire only provoked superstition. People, especially those of the 'back countries' became weary of those who had bushy eyebrows drawn together, or hair on the back of their palms. To detect vampires, they employed virgins who would ride virgin horses (either completely white or completely black) through the length of a cemetary, and the horse would rear at the tomb of a vampire. The rumour began to spread that some people, born of a union between vampire and mortal could spot vampires. Interrment of supected vampires was done with special precautions, such as driving a nail into the forehead of the corpse, smearing the body with pig's fat, or placing a clove of garlic in its mouth. These were only some of the methods used to prevent the suspected vampire from rising. But such events diminished as the Industrial revolution began to change European life, and in this age of rationalism, the legend of vampires and other creatures of the ethereal world began to all but die...Well, that was the theory, in any case.

A Vampire killing kit (from the Ripley's Believe it or not museum in San Francisco), such as might have been used in Romania and other such countries

Bram Stoker
Reality had other plans. The Romanticism at the end ot the 18th century tried to recapture emotion and nostalgia, lost in the Enlightment and Industrial Revolution. With this, the gothic novel had its rebirth. Johann von Goethe wrote his novel The Bride of Corinth(Die Braut von Corinth), preceded by Gottfried August Buerger's Lenore. These stories, as well as several poems of vampires of the 19th century by Keats, Coleridge and Baudelaire, included an element previously unkown to the vampire lore in traditional sense. This was the element of seduction, the bringing of pleasure in death. Then came the infamous The Vampyre by John William Polidori (well,he actually took over the story from Lord Byron) and Carmilla by Sheridan LeFanu. Varney the Vampyre, written in 1847 by Prest and Rymer, became the longest novel ever written on the subject of vampires. Fantasy and horror were in great demand, but during the mid-19th century the popularity dwindled once again, due to its repetetive nature. But this did no last long, reappearing again in the victorian era.

In the mid-15th Century, Vampirism again reared its head, most notably in the trial of Frenchman Gilles de Rais. A former member of Joan of Arc's guard and erstwhile Marshal of France, he retired to his lands in Southwest France, devoted to his quest of finding the secret of the "Philosophers' Stone" in blood. He killed about 200 to 300 children by way of horrifying torture, in order to use their blood in his experiments. Later, in the 19th century, Joris-Karl Huysmans portrayed him as an authentic vampire in his novel La-Bas. Also during this time, another historical figure became associated with vampirism. His name was Vlad Tepes Dracula, Prince of Wallachia, an ancient kingdom which is now part of Romania. His double name of Tepes (meaning "Impaler") and Dracula (after his father, Dracul, meaning Devil or Dragon...the 'a' added on to mean 'son of...') suited him quite appropriately. Both a national hero for liberating his lands form the Ottoman invaders and a bloodthirsty tyrant who ordered thousands of people impaled for his pleasure, it is no wonder that his name became synonimous with the vampire legend. Four centuries later, Bram Stoker would write the infamous novel Dracula, which would forever give us the sterotype of the classic vampire.

Vampirism, though never completely vanished, dwindled slightly from the 15th through 17th centuries. In 1611, however, in the superstitious land of Hungary, Countess Erzsebet Bathory (Elizabeth Bathory or the "Blood Countess")began the legend afresh. She was accused of kidnapping and torturing young girls to death and then bathing in and drinking their blood. She believed that this would preserve her youth and looks. But how did she come to this conclusion? Well, apparantlym she was the wife of a Count who was always away at war. Becoming bored with her lifestyle, she began to study black magic which led to her horrible endeavors. When a large number of young women became missing, Bathory's cousin led a detachment of soldiers and policemen to capture her. She was spared execution because of her royal ties, but was locked up in a tower room for the rest of her life with door and windows shut. Her accomplices though were all executed. This event in history gave rise to numerous rumours of vampirism and inspired many writers unto today. Also, this coupled with poverty and illiterate populations of the time, led to an explosion of vampire and werewolf superstitions in Southern and Eastern Europe. The belief that "Vrykolakas" ( slavic for werewolves) would die and become vampires in the hereafter tied the two myths together quite conveniently. The word 'Vampire', until now unknown, became used as a term for the very first time in 1726, following thousands of reports of vampirism due to the plague. It was first coined in German as "Vanpir" in a report of one case of vampirism. This evolved into "vampyre" in 1732 (used in French) and finally into the English word "Vampire" later that same year. This was the beginning of the end for the vampire as we know it...

Vase Bohemia