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Pearl is a delightful combination of complex cutting and engraving, and features some of the prettiest motifs of the 18th and 19th centuries. The string of pearls is especially appealing as well as the dramatic starburst wheel. Every detail of the decoration is cut entirely by hand, with hours of skilled work required to complete each piece. This design is one of the most popular designs in the collection as it combines a classical beauty with elegant style.
Fern is a pattern from the mid to late 19th century when botanical designs were very popular. In the Great Houses of England, landowners were competing with each other to grow and propagate plants from cuttings brought back from exploration in exotic places. With beautifully cut fronds the Fern pattern has the widest range of stemware, barware and gift items in the Collection.
Camilla is one of the most popular bridal patterns in the collection. Small delicately cut flowers combine with vertical flat cuts to make a timeless statement for the table. The elegant taller stem and beautifully shaped bowl lend elegance to any setting.
Olympia is a collection of specialist wine glasses for those who appreciate the difference that a correctly shaped glass can make to the enjoyment of wine. The shape of a glass can significantly enhance (or diminish) the nose and even the taste of the wine. Olympia glasses are wonderful examples of hand made specialist glasses for the total enjoyment of wine drinking.
Bunny is an elegant pattern originating from the late 18th century. The rosette motif was very popular at that time and Bunny continues today as a favorite pattern for brides. It has a beautiful combination of delicate engraving and flat cuts. The shape lends itself to both formal and informal settings. 5 oz.