Sunday Brunch: Czech Glass

February 28, 2021
Dear friends,

Today's Sunday Brunch focuses on one of our store's specialties; Czech Glass! The art of glass making in the Czech Republic can be traced all the way back to the Middle Ages resulting in a fantastic array of different styles and techniques. Czech glass has been prized for its beauty and quality for hundreds of years, but became a particularly popular medium in jewelry in the early 20th century, when jewelry makers from all over enchanted the public with colorful Czech glass beads and stones.

So grab yourself a traditional Czech
rohlik with a side of jelly or butter and sit down to enjoy these sparkling treats!
 This Week: Czech Glass


1915 "Citrine" Czech Glass Gold Filled Necklace $295

1930s Art Deco Czech Glass and Crystal Necklace $395

Unusual and Rare 1930s Pink Czech Glass Necklace, Earrings, and Brooch Suite

Top: Art Nouveau Pink Satin Czech Glass and Gilt Brass Necklace $398; Bottom: 1920s Pink Satin Czech Glass and Brass Necklace $395 

 The two lovely necklaces below are attributed to the illustrious Neiger Brothers who were dominating figures in Czech glass jewelry design from the 1900s-1930s. Their bold colorful designs were often inspired by far off places such as Egypt, China, and India.

Late 1930s Egyptian Revival Czech Glass and Wood Necklace $375 

1930s Czech Glass Figural Beaded Necklace $245

1930s Red Czech Glass and Filigree Bead Bib Necklace


1930s Unusual Art Deco Signed Czech Glass Bracelet $595

 Czech glass was often used to imitate precious and semi-precious stones. Because they were convincing yet cheaper than the real thing, jewelers used the glass stones to create fantastical and elaborate designs like these gorgeous examples below!


Top: 1930s "Lapis" Czech Glass Lyre Necklace $395; Bottom: 1930s "Lapis" Czech Glass Necklace $695

Top: 1920s Art Deco "Carnelian" Czech Glass Necklace $265; Bottom: Art Deco "Carnelian" Czech Glass and Marcasite Mixed Silver Plate and Sterling Silver Necklace $295

1940s Green and Clear Czech Glass Necklace $450

Top: 1920s Art Deco Signed Czech Closed Back "Paste" Brooch $295; Art Deco Closed Back Czech "Paste" Bracelet $250

1920s Art Deco Czech Glass Necklaces with Filigree Plaques and Enamel Accents $350

1930s Blue Satin Czech Glass, Enamel, and Filigree Brass Pendant Necklace $295

 Czech Glass may have been produced in the Czech Republic but was used in jewelry made all over Europe


Top: Late 1920s Austro-Hungarian Enamel and Czech Glass Bangle $950; Bottom: Late 1920s Austro-Hungarian Czech Glass, Enamel, and Filigree Bangle $925

1930s French "Lapis" Czech Glass and Gilt Brass Necklace $525

1920s "Amethyst" Two-Sided Etched Czech Glass and Gilt Brass Necklace $325

1920s Art Deco Green Reversed Carved Czech Glass Necklace

Colorful Art Deco Czech Glass Brooch $275

Art Deco Clear and Green Czech Crystal Wired Necklace $265
All items in our Sunday Brunch collections are available for purchase! If you are interested in a piece you've seen, please reply to this email for details on how to buy.

We hope this rainbow of glittering glass beads and gems brightened your day! Have a lovely week, we look forward to appearing in your inbox again next Sunday!

Stylishly yours,

Lara and the team