As I continue to build this site, you might notice that the glass content does evolve over time. Some pieces which I felt were Ruckl, turned out to be Kralik, or not sustainable as an attribution. My approach has been different from the start, where I accumulated likely contenders for Ruckl glass identification, due to their shape, decor, etc. Then some triage was necessary, as I found connections between some glass pieces and not others. I made sure to clarify what my process was from the start, and I also provide a detailed update schedule every month on my SITE MAP page. This is necessary for you as a visitor, and for me to keep the site's information well organized. I think all sites of this kind, which continually change, should point out what was updated, not just what has been added. It's just as important to know as a collector, what is no longer considered appropriate for the specific glass site, this is not considered a mistake but an editing function which is quite easy to do, using an internet site reference publication.
ANTONIN RÜCKL & SONS 1919-1939
Including WILHELM KRALIK & SONS Czech Glass