Three objects - colorful art glass made in Kraków are the amazing examples of Polish midcentury design. They were delivered to us for repair. Each one of them with a different type of damage. In the high orange-red carafe, a round element on one side of the vessel was missing. We made a cast of colorless conservation resin with properties identical to glass (in the photo below on the left a cast of 1: 1 a missing element, on the right - final piece made of yellow resin). The circle was then glued to the vase.
In the purple low vase, the broken element fortunately wasn't missing - our task was to glue the half-broken bracket, stick it to the vessel and fill the tiny cavities with resin afterwards.
The high purple vase was also brought complete.