Our hand­cut lead crys­tal vas­es are a rep­re­sen­ta­tive out­line of clas­sic shapes and sizes. They dec­o­rate styl­ish homes and they sup­port the beau­ty of flower arrangements.

The Paris Cut of lead crystal

We pre­fer to apply the Paris Cut, mas­ter­ly cut by hand with stonediscs by our ladies and gen­tle­men experts. The char­ac­ter­is­tics are the strict order of a few com­pli­cat­ed geo­met­ric pat­terns. It has become a sym­bol of a blos­som­ing epoque in music, paint­ing and lit­er­a­ture, of research, devel­op­ment, engi­neer­ing and progress. The era was an extra­or­di­nar­i­ly boom­ing epoch in Euro­pean his­to­ry by mid of the 19th cen­tu­ry. The grow­ing and wealthy mid­dle class gained more influ­ence on pol­i­tics, econ­my and lifestyle. And so Bohemi­an Lead Crys­tal became very pop­u­lar and wide­ly spread.

Many sizes from tiny to huge

Near­ly all our flower vas­es have the Paris Cut. From the tiny round vas­es with a hight of 15cm for a few vio­lets up to huge waist­ed vas­es with high­ts of 40cm for pompous arrange­ments. In between you find all kinds of sizes and shapes – the slim vas­es, the waist­ed vas­es, the bal­loon vas­es, the round vas­es as well as the square vas­es – those which ever­body might use at home. And all of them have the Paris Cut in sup­port of the beau­ty of the flower arrangement.

Highest level

The best glass blow­ers and moulds work for our blanks. Strict­ly no stamps, no auto­mat­ic machines – only human beings with their tal­ents and their stone discs. The raw mate­r­i­al is lead crys­tal with 24% PbO – this is our credo.