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Posted 1 year ago

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Alfredo
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DETAILS FROM THE HANTICH CATALOG PAGE, WHICH IS THE LAST PICTURE. ALL OF THE COMPANIES I HAVE COVERED ARE NOT RECOGNIZED BY THE MARKET, BY COLLECTORS, OR BY MOST CZECH GLASS RESEARCHERS.

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  1. ozmarty ozmarty, 1 year ago
    Hi Al are they just a decorating company? those shells look like you know who!
  2. Alfredo Alfredo, 1 year ago
    I had not noticed the shells. Now, tell me, how can you "decorate" a Loetz shell? Unfortunately, nothing is known about this company. Get to Internet and let's do some research!
  3. Greatsnowyowl Greatsnowyowl, 1 year ago
    I believe Hantich were exporters. I've seen some Harrach pieces with their mark. IIRC
  4. Greatsnowyowl Greatsnowyowl, 1 year ago
    Are those chickens the harrach chickens? I'll have to go digging
  5. Greatsnowyowl Greatsnowyowl, 1 year ago
    ucg translating czech is eye crossing. from the book Sklo 1880 1930 novy bor a okoli

    Glass company founded in 1919 registered in 1919 abolished in 1945

    Manual production of household glass crystal and colored glass chief stock intended for further Beneficiation of history
    ernest Hanta began producing blanks for local Refinery in the glassworks in the lower resin (originally Ficklova sklarna) after 1918, together with Ernst krawanym rented in Bor Glassworks drive belonged Borsk Glass School
    In 1935, diversified production into the smelter flora. Around the year 1924, the company was under the name Cinna Glashuttenwerke Hant & Co. companion were carl krawany - Sales Director Hanta technically reditek ernest ernest and Haas. around 1928 Meli refining operation in Germany Eberbach


    Sklá?ská firma zalozena roku 1919 registrovana roku 1919 zrusena roku 1945

    rucni vyrobi uzitkoveho skla z kristalu i barevneho skla prevazne polotovaru urcenych k dalsimu zuslechteni z historie
    ernest hantich zacal vyrabet polotovary pro mistni rafinery ve sklarne v dolnim prysku (puvodne Ficklova sklarna) po roce 1918 spolu s ernstem krawanym pronajal sklarskou hut v Boru drive patrici borske sklarski skole
    Roku 1935 rozsiril vyrobu do huti flora. Kolem roku 1924 byla firma cinna pod nazvem Glashuttenwerke Hantich & Co Spolecniky byli carl krawany - obchodni reditel ernest hantich technicky reditek a ernest haase. kolem roku 1928 meli rafinacni provozy v nemeckem eberbachu
  6. vetraio50 vetraio50, 1 year ago
    Here's a video of the Teplice Regional Museum version of the Tango exhibition "promeny barevnych contrast":
    http://multimedia.ctk.cz/cs/video/document/6383477/regionalni-muzeum-teplice-predstavuje-tango-sklo
  7. vetraio50 vetraio50, 1 year ago
    Ernest Hantech (1893-1978)
    There is an article on the firm here in Czech:
    http://www.glassrevue.com/news.asp@nid=4101.html
  8. vetraio50 vetraio50, 1 year ago
    Sorry "Hantich", not Hantech.
  9. vetraio50 vetraio50, 1 year ago
    There is another article by Jitka on Hantich Tango here:
    http://www.glassrevue.com/news.asp@nid=4129.html

    It too is in Czech.

    Simply copy the text and put it into Google translate and you will get something like this :
    "Already in 1922 the company offered a wide variety of densely stained glass and painted molded glass (specialty glass grenade, for example), products made of leaded crystal with cut decoration, glass of "special crystal" (I did not define) ap. It was primarily a decorative drinking glasses - decanters, jugs, bottles, liqueur cups, wine cups, beer glasses, pitchers, cups cognac, various kinds of dinner sets, vases (eg bar), jars, bottles, etc.. In addition, a featured part of the production of glass for use as blanks for Bory refinery. Another part of the production program was then commercial glass - apothecary jars, inkwells, covers, holders, shoes and more. An interesting part of the then production was undoubtedly densely decorated with glass, where they appear krakelování techniques, optical forms, split decor, pressed foot, richly molded edges of objects, various decorations, etc. in the form of fusions."

    and so on.
  10. vetraio50 vetraio50, 1 year ago
    krakelování = craquelure/ crackle I think.
  11. Greatsnowyowl Greatsnowyowl, 1 year ago
    right right they also were responsible for jonalith. I wonder what else they made. it sounds like they were fairly large. Jonalith is fairly nice glass. it looks like they were doing what Loetz and Harrach were doing. Another company to add to the unknown but significant file...
  12. Greatsnowyowl Greatsnowyowl, 1 year ago
    (Harrach was also making shells)
  13. ozmarty ozmarty, 1 year ago
    A translated quote from the Article by jitka

    " A year later, in 1922, the company has significantly expanded. Companions rented other glass factories. The company had at that time in half a year sublease also famous glassworks in Klášterský Mill Rejštejn at the Bohemian Forest, where they were also extremely skilled glassmakers, and Mary works in Falknov-Kytlice"
  14. ozmarty ozmarty, 1 year ago
    LOETZ SHELLS...
  15. vetraio50 vetraio50, 1 year ago
    Don't forget to check out the video:
    http://multimedia.ctk.cz/cs/video/document/6383477/regionalni-muzeum-teplice-predstavuje-tango-sklo
  16. vetraio50 vetraio50, 1 year ago
    The text read:
    Over three hundred exhibits mostly Czech glass production can currently watch the visitors of the Regional Museum in Teplice on the show "Tango glass - changes color contrasts." Tango craze that started in the first decades of the 20th century, when the European dance floors dancing began dashing Argentine tango in costumes for which were characterized by distinctive tones of orange, red, yellow and green dresses and black suits of Lords, was reflected in the applied arts and new colors and color contrast Inspired also glass companies - appeared Tango Tango color and glass. Even before the First World War marked the term Tango glass not only brilliant yellow, orange, red and green opal glass, whose color was achieved by a cadmium sulfide, but also for the typical glass contrasting de-cortex in other color combinations. Tango glass is especially eye-catching phenomenon of Czech glass throughout the first half of the 20th century, and the exhibition presents it in its many forms and changes over time and by region. But it is not just a presentation of a certain type of glass. It was at Tango glass is very easy to document how the initial design gradually dilutes cultivated in commercial production. However, this is a question that goes far beyond a single exhibition. Especially after the first World War II was Tango glass from the Czech lands in most exported, mainly to North and South America. Exhibits at the exhibition alongside Czech museums, galleries and archives also lent private collectors from Austria, Germany, USA and Czech Republic.
  17. Alfredo Alfredo, 1 year ago
    I am sending everybody on my list a document I put together from the list of glass companies on Internet. I went through the entire alphabet pulling out every mention of a Czech maker. The only one I could not find was Tomaschik
  18. vetraio50 vetraio50, 2 months ago
    Never seem to see these pieces!

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