A new, revised and expanded version of this book, with more information and titled Sklo: Czech Glass Design From the 1950s-70s was published in February 2017.
Hi Sklo Lo Sklo has now completely sold out and is out of print – no copies are available to buy.
Please click on the link above to buy the new, updated version of this book.
Experts will applaud this as a further step in devolution, allowing collectors to identify a mass of previously unidentified art work. For ordinary collectors, the book will provide a valuable start to their exploration behind the glass curtain.Click here to read more…
Stephanie Newham, Glass Messageboard
Great exhibition and great book, but I knew that was going to be the case.
Jeanette Hayhurst, Jeanette Hayhurst Fine Glass, London, England
This is a great introduction to this vast subject with readily accessible information in a well laid out format that points the reader in the right direction…a very welcome addition to collectors’ and dealers’ libraries which dovetails well with other recently published books, especially since it indicates accessible collecting areas within Czech glass.
Nigel Benson, 20th century glass dealer, London, England
I must say that of all the glass books I have (and there are loads now), yours are the ones I use and study the most. What’s the next one on?
Natalia, Cambridgeshire, England
PHENOMENAL book, A must have for even the casual collector. BRILLIANT!
Brendan, Ulmarra Collectable Glass, South Australia
I received the book today, and I couldn’t be happier with it. Not only is the quality superb, but I have already identified one piece in my collection, and helped two other people ID pieces in their collections. I can tell I will be referring to this book over and over again. Keep them coming – excellent work!
Warren, Ohio, USA
What can I say? Another great book. Keep up the good work!
Allan, The Netherlands
Your super book arrived this morning. I am delighted with it, it’s exactly as I wished it to be.
Carol, Texas, USA
It’s fab that you keep writing books about things that I end up buying. The book is wicked!
Chris, Oxfordshire, England
I’m delighted with the information in the book, its already solved one mystery for me. The photos are a delight, I expect you got a lot of pleasure putting the book together and I envy you being able to see and handle some of those pieces. I love art glass from this period and this is a previously relatively unknown area.