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I have these beautiful glasses listed as new even though they are still in the box and never used, since the box has been sitting for at least 8 years.. They are 3. Please contact me with any questions, Thank You! This item can be shipped to United States. This listing is for a set of 6 Edinburgh Crystal Thistle Pattern cut and clear white wine glasses.
They vary slightly in weight and size.
4 beautiful Edinburgh Crystal whisky glasses. The Continental Collection. Lead crystal, boxed and un.
Back to Glass Encyclopedia Home. Thomas Webb began his glass career in , when he became a partner of the Wordsley Glassworks. Soon after, he also inherited his Fathers partnership in the nearby White House Glassworks , and in he left Wordsley to run White House. The Platts Glassworks was added in , followed by the Dennis glassworks in Their Father died in and Thomas Wilkes Webb became head of the company.
Thomas Wilkes Webb passed away in , Charles Webb then ran the company until he retired in , when Congreve William Jackson took the role of managing director. During the early 20th century, production moved towards Art Nouveau style glassware. In , Thos. The firm aquired Henry G.
Edinburgh Crystal decanters
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Edinburgh Crystal was a cut glass crystal manufactured in Scotland between and , and was also the name of the manufacturing company. In addition to drinking glasses , Edinburgh Crystal made decanters , bowls , baskets , and bells , in several ranges. The Edinburgh Crystal company went into administration in and following its subsequent acquisition by Waterford Wedgwood , it became solely a brand name.
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Description An important Collection of very rare Richardson Thistle pieces. Although the engraved Thistle pattern is most associated with Edinburgh Crystal it was actually first produced in in Stourbridge, England by Richardson between This is a Liqueur Decanter, 5 Claret Glasses, 4 Dram glasses 3 plain and one engraved on a Plain Thistle Tray which is itself of some considerable rarity. Very fine condition with only a little light marking to the inside of the decanter mainly behind the engraving.
The tray is remarkably good. We have one additional claret glass which we have had repaired as well as possible in Stourbridge but is for decoration only. Clarets are The tray is 31cm diameter. Paying for items You can easily pay in one of two ways: either by Paypal to judithannpearce hotmail. We do ship abroad so please ask us for international postage cost on any item. We will make a contribution at least equivalent to the UK postage.
Internal Ref : b Declaration This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as Victorian.
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Small, 6” engraved Edinburgh Crystal decanter, “Royal & Ancient” – St. Andrews – Golf. Offered in its original box, with TWO lovely engraved dram / shot glasses.
At Thos. The founder of Thos. In he moved to the present site. Dennis Hall became his home and Dennis Glassworks became a hive of industry in which at least four of his sons eventually became involved. In and again in , the exquisite products of Thos. In recognition of his contribution to these exhibitions, Thomas Webb was made a Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, an award which the French seldom give to a foreigner.
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Antique crystal stemware, coveted for its age and signature light-reflecting qualities, became a serving option for the elite during the s. Crystal stemware was manufactured for hundreds of years by a large number of manufacturers in a great many patterns, all of which make it difficult to identify. If you’re starting or adding to your collection, be aware of the differences between crystal stemware and regular glassware.
Crystal is a high-quality glass made with lead. In the “Chicago Tribune,” Michele Fecht writes that true crystal has a “lead content of at least 24 percent,” but glass doesn’t contain lead. This lead content gives crystal its signature qualities, contributing to its strength and weight.
Each tumbler has its original black Edinburgh Crystal sticker on them, as photographed. These labels would date this lovely quality set of glasses to the s or.
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