All of our decorations are hand-made only, we do not use any machines or machines in production, they are designed by our leading designers, they are blown on the mouth and painted by hand. Our entire production follows the tradition of Czech glassmaking in the Czech Republic.

Glass blowing

Our decorations are blown directly from the mouth above an open flame. First, the thin-walled glass intended for the production of Christmas decorations is heated directly above the flame and then blown on to the desired shape. Our master blowers blow balls from 3cm diameter to 15cm diameter. The most talented can shape tree spikes, bells, icicles, angels, cats and more.


Another process of making Christmas decorations is silvering. It is used for decorations that we want to achieve a mirror effect. We inject silver solution into every decoration we want to be silver. Then we bathe it with silver solution in a hot water bath. The subsequent chemical reaction between the hot water from the outside and the silver inside gives our ornament the desired silver effect. Then the silver ornament must dry out both inside and outside before we apply the desired color to it.


With the help of special glass colors, our ornaments are given a variety of colors. Before applying paint, the decorations must be dry and clean, then they are soaked in the desired color. Ornaments that are completely transparent do not go through this process.
Our color card contains 600 shades of color, each color can have up to 6 effects. We use glossy, matt, porcelain, frost, metallic and velvet colors.

Hand paint

The next step is hand decorating ornaments. The decorations must be completely dry before starting this step. Our painters receive colorful decorations, and they manually decorate the ornament, creating various motifs and use various techniques. We paint with colors, we decorate with plastic decoration, glittering stones, colored beads. Some ornaments can be flocculated, some decors are covered with different colored sprinkles. The entire pattern is applied to the decoration by only one painter, who thus paints many ornaments in one row, so that there are as many as possible, yet each ornament is an original.

Output inspection and packaging

The ornament is on a glass stem throughout the entire production, which is then cut off at the end. A clip is then inserted into this end of the ornament, which allows the ornaments to be hung.


Traditional production