Brockwitz Glass Identification Guide + Gallery

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The Brockwitz factory was established in 1903 in the town of Brockwitz (near Dresden), Germany. For several years, starting around 1915, Brockwitz produced a large range of Carnival Glass. In the 1930's and 1940's, Brockwitz made some fantastic Art Deco glassware, most of which was featured in their large 1941 catalogue. Not much is known about Brockwitz production after the end of World War 2.

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Brockwitz Art Deco Blue Glass Serpent Centerpiece Bowl

An art deco blue German pressed glass "Serpent" bowl. Made by Brockwitz, pattern number 9076a.

Brockwitz Large Art Deco Glass Serpent Centerpiece Bowl

An art deco clear German pressed glass "Serpent" bowl. Made by Brockwitz, pattern number 9076a.

Brockwitz Large Art Deco Amber Glass Centerpiece Bowl

An art deco part frosted amber German pressed glass bowl. Made by Brockwitz, pattern number 9073a.

Brockwitz Art Deco Pink Glass 'Parakeet' Bird Vase

An art deco part frosted pink German pressed glass "Parakeet" bird vase. Made by Brockwitz, pattern number 6925.

Brockwitz Art Deco 1930s Blue Glass Vase #9070

An art deco blue German pressed glass vase. Made by Brockwitz, pattern number 9070.


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References

For more information on Brockwitz glass, check out the following resources:

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Websites

www.pressglas-pavillon.de - Pamela Wessendorf's amazing website featuring galleries of her extensive collection of Art Deco pressed glass.
www.glas-musterbuch.de - A fantastic website which makes many product catalogues available, owned by a private collector. These include: