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1 x WATER/WHISKY TUMBLER ANTIQUE CUT GLASS STUART CRYSTAL STOURBRIDGE LEAD CRYSTAL

FAMILY HEIRLOOM, TREASURED IN OUR FAMILY FOR MANY GENERATIONS.

Made by the World famous Stuart Crystal in the Black Country near Stourbridge, England.

Hand cut 30% Lead Crystal.

1 x WATER/WHISKY TUMBLER

SIZE: Height: 10 cm x 7.5 cm diameter top x 5.5 cm diameter base approx.

PLEASE NOTE I ALSO HAVE 5 x SHERRY/PORT GLASSES, 6 x PORT/SHERRY GLASSES, 6 X WATER/WHISKY GLASSES, 3 x TRIFLE DISHES, 1 X PUNCH BOWL / TRIFLE DISH, 1 x CANDLE HOLDER & MANY OTHER MATCHING SETS OF STUART CRYSTAL. PLEASE SEE MY LISTINGS OR CONTACT ME FOR FURTHER DETAILS.

THE STUART CRYSTAL STORY

“The Stuart story started in 1827 when eleven year old Frederick Stuart was sent to work at the Redhouse Glassworks on the 'crystal mile', an area just outside Stourbridge where generations of local craftsmen had already made this the centre of English Glassmaking.

Over the years the skills and techniques of hand-gathered glassmaking remained virtually unchanged, a tradition to which successive Stuarts added unique creativity and innovation - from the pioneering of early Victorian coloured glass, to the application of continuous-melt technology.

The original 18th century cone where Frederick Stuart worked has been preserved, a 110 foot local landmark next to the site where traditional crystal was made by the fifth generation of his family until recently when the factory was closed in 2001 after the takeover of the Waterford Wedgwood group. Now a museum where one can wander through the cone and see how crystal was made by way of videos and demonstrations.”

PLEASE SEE MY LISTINGS OR CONTACT ME FOR FURTHER DETAILS

AS NEW, IN PERFECT CONDITION, NO CHIPS OR CRACKS.

PLEASE NOTE – THIS ITEM IS FOR PERSONAL COLLECTION ONLY DUE TO ITS FRAGILE NATURE.

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  • Malvern, Worcs.
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Era
1900s