"Tommy" Champagne flute, amethyst by Saint-Louis

US $ 526.02
plus shipping cost Prices based on destination U.S.A.
Item no. 26339
approx. 5-6 months delivery time
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Richly detailed cutting makes the coloured crystal glasses glitter like diamonds. Indeed, to produce this effect, as many as three intricate glass-making techniques are necessary: facet cutting, ball cutting and diamond cutting. These Champagne flutes are part of the “Tommy” collection which is one of the most important and famous productions of the crystal glass manufactory Saint-Louis. This fame may also have been enhanced by a nice anecdote entwined around this classic series from the year 1928: on the occasion of a visit by King George VI, a “dinner” was given in the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles, and the place of each guest was set with eleven glasses from the “Tommy” series. Each of these glasses is still produced today in France’s oldest glass factory with all the traditional skill and precise craftsmanship. Further articles from the “Tommy” series can be viewed below.

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  • approx. 5-6 months delivery time
  • The shipping costs for the destination U.S.A. are US $ 35.00.
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