Blue-green Berkemeyer (h. c. 10 cm | 3.9 in, Ø 9,5 cm | 3.8 in)
This replica of a 17th-century Berkemeyer was blown in the Czech Republic according to the original methods. Berkemeyers started as wooden beakers with lids, carved from a branch of a birch tree. The prunts on the stem are reminiscent of the rough bark of the wooden beakers. This is probably why the glass was named after its wooden brother.