Three iconic vases, three production processes and updates. The first, Egermann-like vase with enamel and gold paint has acquired a new, decorative layer. The idea behind the work can be expressed as having “sugary strengths” – works which are at first sight kitschy may have hidden value in terms of craftsmanship and local folklore. The second vase dons the traditional PK500 cut décor (Bohemia Crystal), modified by the process of borax crystal growth, while the third vase, produced by Moser, is adorned with expressive color by means of air-brush technologies (much like in the previous work Zrod budoucna ukrytý za malovaným ornamentem / Birth of the Future Hidden Behind a Painted Ornament, 2019). The irregular drip of the sprayed paint can never be exactly predicted, so the use of airbrush pistols in contrast to the historical manual decor seems almost iconoclastic.