Bohemia crystal glass
Unique Alphonse Mucha decoration
Crystal decor Diadem
Crystal decor Flamenco
Crystal decor Floe
Crystal decor Neptune
Crystal decor Mikado
Crystal decor Paula
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Unique crystal patterns
All products are handmade
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Our bohemia crystal glass
High-quality bohemia crystal
Welcome to our website, where we offer certified bohemia crystal glass art made in central Czechia. Gulet crystal is coming to your life with the most impressive and unique crystal decors.
In a time of rapidly evolving technologies, we like to point out a unique art, handcrafted and created by human talent. Czech crystal (lead glass) is an important concept in the world of applied arts for many reasons. The long tradition of this craft in Czech history has brought not only many technological inventions but also novel artistic approaches to well-known techniques.
The History of glassworks
Our glassworks is a continuation of the quality crystal manufacturing tradition of the Josefodol glassworks. It was established in 1861 by Viennese businessman Josef Schreiber.
We also like to mention here the worldly renowned engineer Karel Bačík. He is known as Charles Bacik who is the founder of Waterford Crystal glassworks in Ireland. Charles Bacik worked in Josefodol glassworks as a head manager of the company before world war II. The factory is located in the charming valley of the Bohemian and Moravian Highlands.
Manufacturing of the crystal
Our company specializes in manufacturing colorful cased high-quality bohemia crystal glass with over 24% PbO (lead oxide) content. It is made by connecting a layer of clear crystal and a layer of colorful crystal at temperatures around 800°C.
The spectacular results of this manufacturing process require the talent of the best and most skillful glassmakers. And we have them all under our roof. The demand for artisanal production is also evidenced by the fact that no method has yet been invented to allow machine production.