"Tommy" highball glass, purple by Saint-Louis

US $ 526.02
plus shipping cost Prices based on destination U.S.A.
Item no. 26357
1 in stock, delivery time approx. 4-5 working days
further pieces are currently not available.
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Elaborate cutting makes the coloured crystal glasses glitter like diamonds. Indeed, three of the famous techniques of the Saint-Louis manufactory are needed to achieve this effect: facet cutting, ball cutting and diamond cutting. This exquisite tableware sparkles in eight expressive colours. The highball glasses are part of the “Tommy” collection designed in 1928 and one of the most important and famous series produced by the Saint-Louis glassmakers. This classic design attained renown on the occasion of a dinner held in the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles to honour a visit by King George VI. On that occasion, each of the places for the eleven guests was set with eleven glasses from the “Tommy” series. Each one of these glasses is still produced today by France’s oldest crystal glass manufacturer with the same precise craftsmanship and attention to detail. Each glass is mouthblown and cut by hand. Further articles from the “Tommy” series can be viewed below.

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