Luxury glassware Made in the regions of Bohemia and Silesia (Poland and Czech Republic), came into production in the late thirteenth century adopting the technique of unglazed registration, which mixes copper and bronze with glass.
Its biggest characteristic is the extreme transparency of the rock crystal, imitating crystal.
With the arrival of Art Nouveau and Art Deco, it had a renewal and its fame reached the whole world.
The Bohemian Crystal passes through manufacturing in three steps:
- Preparation of the casting material
- Glass blowing
In short, glass is characterized by its extreme transparency and the use of materials of unsurpassed gray or yellow glow. It is also made entirely by hand in all phases of the process, including blow molding and carving.