Historical replicas of medevial glass are made by hand and have typical characteristics of the forest glass. Replicas have greenish colour and there are bubbles in glass material. Slightly rough surface add the magic of the past to historical replicas. In the middle age the glass was very expensive. Therefore there were only a few cubs and goblets at the table which were used together. Flasks and cubs circulated around the table.. Usualy two or three cubs circulated so the most of gothic glass had a great content. Traces on the bottle bottom made by a separation from the blowpipe, various types of decors like raspberries, prunts, drawn blobs etc are the typical for medevial glass replicas. This metal decore ensured, that glass did not slide by dinning. In Czech glass industry the production of the forest glass achieved his famous years in 14 th and 15th century. Common production continued up to the beginning of 18th century. In Bohemian countries there is known also production of blue glass, coloured by cobalt, that has been a waste material in extraction of silver. In the beginning blue glass was used as a decor of green glass, since on the first half of 16th century there was founded production of blue glass. Production of the red glass came from Venetian glassworks .Red glass was used initialy as a decor of clear glass.
Replicas of historical glass in spite of its evident fragility are resistant and hard. They propagate beautiful ringing sound by tapping..
Using a filter you can split the products of the medevial forest glass for groups on:
- Gift sets gift sets of goblets and carafes
- Carafes, flasks - carafes, pitcher, kutrolf, flasks
- Vinegoblets you can chose separate goblets like "Říman, Romer, renaissance goblets, wedding goblets etc.
others bowls, candlesticks,vases
Medevial glass - replicas manufactured by original artworks