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Promoted item:20Pcs Quality Czech Crystal Rhinestones Pave Clay Round Disco Ball Spacer Beads

20Pcs Quality Czech Crystal Rhinestones Pave Clay Round Disco Ball Spacer Beads

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About Czech Crystal

The tradition of Czech crystal and glassware dates back at least to the ninth century. Glass blowing was very common in Eastern Europe, and archeologists have discovered evidence of vigorous glassworks in the towns of Northern Bohemia. That said, five centuries passed before the Czech region really became known for its glassblowing facilities.Prior to the 1600s, glass artists had to work with sodium oxide leaded crystal. This material was very difficult to cut and shape, since it wasn't very hard. While artisans shaped and ornamented with sodium oxide crystal, they struggled to develop harder rock crystals. In the 17th century, Czech crystal entered the marketplace. Unlike typical sodium oxide crystal, Czech crystal was perfect for cutting, shaping, and finishing.European chandelier makers, in particular, sought after Czech crystal to include in their creations. In the 18th-century, artisans discovered that lead-oxide-infused Czech crystal delivered superior optical properties, and leaded Czech crystal quickly flourished around the world. A man named Josef Palme established one of the very first Czech crystal shops in 1724. Palme's chandeliers were shipped far and wide and came to ornament European castles, manners, and buildings.The aristocrats of the 18th and 19th centuries also sought out Czech crystal. The Russian Czarina Elizabeth and her Austrian counterpart, Empress Mary Teresa, secured some of the most prestigious Palme Czech crystal chandeliers. These works of art still hang in many of the world's most prominent sanctums, including the Royal Opera in Rome, the Petrograd Museum in Russia, and La Scala in Milan.