Posted 8 months ago
It's a long period, and we are lucky that the core of this Czech glass company survived and was able to fill in the historical events that affected them, and what decorative glass they document for us 21st century collectors.
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For a general view of their resume of how Ruckl fared over the years, and mainly how they used their hallmarks or logos. Two years ago, Jiri Ruckl died in his seventies, while still the CEO of the Nizbor Ruckl plant, his daughters were also executives with the company.
A consortium of investors bought all the Ruckl assets and developed a new vision for the glass products, a new logo, and a new retail boutique approach for their customers.
Images used with permissions from 2015 to 2019 and later.
1. My interwar A. Ruckl & Sons collection of spatters in multi colored application with primary, yellow, orange, pink, green and red.
2. First Image of A. Ruckl & Sons hallmark registered in 1903
3. Current example of the new Ruckl Logo.
4. Another Ruckl glass image from my collection, in blue, a bowl with spatter and a black fitted stand, the rarest Ruckl color fora glass decor.
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