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Pandora glass is the name given in the Passau Museum catalog to glass made for Knicek by Maximilian Boudnik. Eddy photographed the only Knicek case, so we can study their shapes. ...most of it had no metalwork, though pieces do appear with copper overlay.I did receive pictures of pieces from Wrzesniak's Mimoza line of items. They told me what they told you. It is not popular and made by commission only.What I find quite strange is their contention as to having "invented" a process that was already in use for a good 90 to 100 years before they produced it. Moreover, I have two pictures: one a goblet by K and one a goblet by W. I am sorry to say that the stem in the Polish goblet is quite suspiciously like the stem on the Czech one. But it may be a coincidence.The fact is that Wrzesniak, which carries no identifying mark, is being sold as antique Knicek. I myself brought a piece from France for my collection, and found another one right here in the USA. I have diligently searched Internet for examples of Knicek and have come up with only a handful, some of which I am sure now are Wrzesniak (once you type this jaw breaker several times it becomes easy).
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