Produced: from 1922, designed by Rudolph Schrötter of Rudolfshütte of Inwald in Teplitz. The pattern Lord was also known as Milord (in France) and Jacobean (in the UK.) 

Pieces:

Tray, pattern #7351 - 315 x 225 mm

Large lidded pot, pattern #7354 - 100 x 80 mm

Small lidded pot, pattern #

Candlestick short, pattern #8747 - 115mm x 90mm

Candlestick tall, pattern #7355

Ringholder, pattern #7356

Pin tray, pattern #7322

Soap tray, pattern #7636

Comb tray, pattern #7321

Open pot, pattern #7637

Atomiser, pattern #7336

Perfume bottle, pattern #7317

Beaker, pattern #7320

Tall lidded pot, pattern #7319

Known Colours:

Clear, amber, blue, green,

Credits: Marcus Newhall, Sklo Union Art Before Industry: 20th Century Czech Pressed Glass (published 2008, Hope Fountain Books, ISBN 978 0956 062307)

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