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Brockwitz Glass - Part 1
BROCKWITZ Glassware - Part 1
(There are differences between the Brockwitz and Eda Rose Garden patterns.)
The Brockwitz glass factory was established in 1903 in the town of Brockwitz, near Dresden, Germany.
The earliest production of Carnival Glass took place January 1, 1904, continuing into 1915. In the 1930’s
and ‘40s, Brockwitz produced Art Deco glassware; most of which was featured in their 1941 catalog. Following WWII, little is known concerning further production.
The catalog pages used in our segments surrounding this glassmaker have been graciously provided by the well-known and dedicated tumbler collector, Bob Smith. Pages displayed in our series of segments are from the August 1931 factory catalog.
Brockwitz Factory picture.
Brockwitz #83 Aug. 1931 Catalog.
1915 BROCKWITZ Catalog.
ROSE GARDEN 9 in.large size, 7.5 in. middle size and 5 in.small size.
ROSE GARDEN Vases - 9.5 in. Blue - 7.5 in. center Marigold, 10.75 in. taller Marigold.
ROSE GARDEN Brockwitz - Pitchers - 8.25 in. tall.
ROSE GARDEN Offering plate.
ROSE GARDEN - 6 in. rosebowl - mgld. & 9 in. blue ROSE GARDEN bowl.
ROSE GARDEN Butter Dish in marigold.
ROSE GARDEN 12 in. Chop Plate.
ROSE GARDEN Jardiniere.
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