A Tallyrand pattern decanter by Baccarat
Hill ousten cut glass water jug
A fine Whitefriars Queen Elizabeth II coronation wine goblet. Have a drink in celebraion of our longest reigning monarch.
A pair of engraved white wine glasses by John Walsh for sale
An excellent George VI coronation goblet for collectors
A wonderfully modern decanter for sale, designed by Frank Thrower
The style of cutting on the glass is unmistakably that of Stevens and Williams
A pair of Wine glass rinsers with Jacobite engravings. Made by Webb in Stourbridge, England.
A Stuart crystal glass decanters exhibiting superb cutting with a set of six matching glasses, the perfect set for a gift
A Set of six engraved port wine glasses by John Walsh
A Whitefriars Queen Elizabeth II coronation wine goblet. Have a drink in celebraion of our longest reigning monarch.
A cut crystal decanter from 20th century england
A George VI coronation goblet for collectors
A wonderful cut glass lidded jar from the mid 19th century for the period dining table, or breakfast
A wonderful vase by Royal Brierly Crystal for sale
Vintage crystal decanters. A decanter set that must be put to good use.
A wonderful fan vase by Webb Corbett. Famed for their cutting styles and quality.
A pair of engraved wine glasses by John Walsh
A cut perfume bottle with a hallmarked silver top for sale
A large French glass sweetmeat, excellent quality
A beautifully made wine goblet with excellent engraving
A large French glass vase, flashed green and cut to clear in true French style
A small antique vase, flashed blue and cut to clear in the true French style
The Kennedy bowl has a limited quantity of 100 pieces worldwide. Part of the Heritage collection each piece is crafted by a master cutter.
A set of six elegant port wine glasses by one of the most influential glassmakers of France. Baccarat recieved their first royal commission in 1823 which lead to a long running supply of important clients.
A pair of antique French stem vases, flashed blue and cut to clear in true French style
A pair of moulded wine goblets in the style of rich cutting for a fraction of the cost. Rather that worry about how to date glassware try enjoying one first !
The glass of Waterford Ireland is amongst the most widely appreciated on both sides of the Atlantic. A fantastic set of glasses
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