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A short history of Bohemian Glass In the early 19th Century three gentleman chemists named Freiderich Egermann and the Counts Buquoy and Harrach found a way to create beautiful colored glass previously only found in Venice. Their discoveries eventually led to inexpensively produced fine quality colored glass at a price acceptable to the emerging middle classes known today as Bohemian Glass. By the 1860's a real industry was established of about 100 glass huts (factories) employing roughly 40,000 people. The well known colors of ruby (deep red), cranberry (lighter red), amber, cobalt (blue), green, violet and so on were hugely popular not just in the local market of Prague, Munich, Vienna and Berlin, but with tourists (many British) craving a souvenir. The industry obliged by supplying pieces with engraved views of spa towns and civic buildings. The other most popular type of engraving was of woodland scenes with stags, dogs, horses and huntsmen.
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Websites, 3D Models, 3d Art, CGC Comics and Magazines

 Digital Dream Designs 2000
A short history of Bohemian Glass In the early 19th Century three gentleman chemists named Freiderich Egermann and the Counts Buquoy and Harrach found a way to create beautiful colored glass previously only found in Venice. Their discoveries eventually led to inexpensively produced fine quality colored glass at a price acceptable to the emerging middle classes known today as Bohemian Glass. By the 1860's a real industry was established of about 100 glass huts (factories) employing roughly 40,000 people. The well known colors of ruby (deep red), cranberry (lighter red), amber, cobalt (blue), green, violet and so on were hugely popular not just in the local market of Prague, Munich, Vienna and Berlin, but with tourists (many British) craving a souvenir. The industry obliged by supplying pieces with engraved views of spa towns and civic buildings. The other most popular type of engraving was of woodland scenes with stags, dogs, horses and huntsmen.