Wilhelm Kralik Söhn


art deco glass vase – ca. 1910 

Wilhelm Kralik Söhn – Bohemia

iridescent bronze coloured glass

marked with acid stamp:  ‘tcheco-slovaquie’

wide 4 inch, height 5.1 inch

in good condition (minimal traces of ware)


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Wilhelm Kralik Söhn was an important glass factory in Eleonorenhain (Christianberg – Bohemen). It was originally founded by Josef Meyr in 1815. Wilhelm Kralik died in 1877, and left the company to his 4 sons. The company was split in two – Heinrich + Johann took the name Wilhelm Kralik Sohne, Hugo + Karl used the name Meyr’s Neffe. Meyr’s Neffe merged with Moser in 1922. Wilhelm Kralik Sohne continued to produce high quality art glass until World War II.