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In an abandoned ammunitions complex that did not get destroyed during the war, a new town was created - Neugablonz. At its gablonzer perlen, Neugablonz had over 2, bead and jewelry related businesses operating in the town and surrounding area.
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But by the late 's it was all coming to an end. Germany joined the European Union, and the Euro Zone, so its currency immediately gablonzer perlen more expensive, hence its beads became more expensive.
Labor costs went up. At the gablonzer perlen time, communism collapsed and Czechoslovakia separated into the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Exposure to the free world and the west meant glass beads from Jablonec could be exported by all the bead factories that under communist rule could gablonzer perlen, and business flourished.
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Czech gablonzer perlen beads were cheaper than German glass beads. China began producing glass beads in huge quantities at such a low price that even though the quality wasn't on par with German or Czech beads the price was irristable to many buyers. All these factors led to gablonzer perlen decline of the German bead manufacturing industry.
We at Wild Things Beads have been importing beads and buttons from Neugablonz since the 's, and have been documenting some of the companies and their stories as we have found gablonzer perlen.
Here are some of those stories: At the end of the war,the Germans, known as the Suduten Deutsch, as Germany had called that region of Bohemia Sudutenland during their occupation of the area during the war, were gablonzer perlen from Czechoslovakia. They were given 48 hours to leave, usually with gablonzer perlen one suitcase of belongings.
They had to leave behind everything else they owned; their houses, their furniture, their businesses.
The Czech workers who were employed by them were able to take over the factories, and keep them running. Whole Czech families moved into German houses, filled with furniture and chinaware, silverware and linens. The German refugees streamed into war torn Germany, and most of the bead makers ultimately settled in Bavaria, near the town of Kaufburen.
In gablonzer perlen, five towns were gablonzer perlen by bead makers; Lauscha being one, as was Gablonzer perlen Gablonz, Austria. Bayruth was another town.
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Another was Quedlinburg in the Harz Mountains. Efforts were made to keep all the bead makers together, so the bead industry would survive, and gablonzer perlen bombed out ammunitions factory outside of Kaufburen was purchased for this purpose.
The town was named Neugablonz. Resources gablonzer perlen so scarce, clay and bubblegum were used as molds to create bead shapes. Some of the bead makers did bring their molds with them, and of course some of the refugees were mold makers.
Today, these early beginnings are documented in the bead museum in Neu Gablonz, which is located at the Gablonzer perlen Industries building and conference center.