Czech Crystal

Bohemian crystal is a signature product of Czech Republic. Bohemian glass, also referred to as Bohemia crystal, is glass produced in the regions of Bohemia and Silesia, now parts of the Czech Republic. It has a centuries long history of being internationally recognised for its high quality, craftsmanship, beauty and often innovative designs. Hand-cut, engraved, blown and painted decorative glassware ranging from champagne flutes to enormous chandeliers, ornaments, figurines and other glass items are among the best known Czech exports and immensely popular as tourist souvenirs. The Czech Republic is home to numerous glass studios and schools attended by local and foreign students.

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Czech crystal

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Czech crystal

Beautiful Bohemian crystal products ranging in price from $40 to $594. Pictured Egerman crystal bowl.


Crystal basket

Beautiful Boheamian crystal glass 24%PbO


Ceramics and Czech porcelain

Ceramic cup

A beautiful ceramic cup.



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