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  • Crystal chandeliers basket type

    These crystal chandeliers are highly demanded for their oneness. They shall brighten your interiors with a colourful iris and thus raise your fantasy...

  • Chandeliers with metal arms

    In spite of the use of ancient manufacturing methods, new forms of crystal chandeliers give the glass products a new dimension.

  • Crystal wall lamps

    For a long period of time, Bohemian crystal has been a synonym of beauty and perfect quality processing.

  • Crystal chandeliers gossamer type

    For a long period of time, Bohemian crystal has been a synonym of beauty and perfect quality processing.

  • Crystal chandeliers with glass arms

    Such innovative manufacturing of new types of crystal chandeliers creates a precious harmony of the skilful workmanship of Bohemian glassmakers and their sense of new forms. The result is continuous development of perfectly designed products being demanded all around the world.

  • Crystal chandeliers with hand painted enamel

    Traditional processing methods and the glassmakers' and painters' skills are present at the production of every single enamelled chandelier. The chandeliers decorated by enamel lighten the interior by golden lustre and the beauty of painted ornaments.

  • Crystal table lamps

    Manually powered grinding machines were used, later water-powered machines were introduced, and at the end of the 19th century, first cutting machines were powered by electricity. Such electric cutting machines made it possible to improve the production and achieve a maximum accuracy.

  • Crystal candlesticks

    At the beginning of the 18th century, crystal chandeliers from Bohemia became a popular article and influential rulers started to use them as a decoration of their palaces, but also wealthy commons and mid-class.

  • Crystal floor lamps

    At the beginning of the 18th century, crystal chandeliers from Bohemia became a popular article and influential rulers started to use them as a decoration of their palaces, but also wealthy commons and mid-class.

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