Wine Glasses

Enjoy a glass of wine in our handcrafted crystal wine glasses

Wine Glasses  There are 10 products.

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The Chorus pattern is dedicated to all dance troupes- be it Celí, classical or contemporary. It captures the harmony and gracefulness of dancers. The Chorus white wine glasses make a fantastic engagement gift.
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The Chorus pattern is dedicated to all dance troupes- be it Celí, classical or contemporary. It captures the harmony and gracefulness of dancers. The Chorus white wine glasses make a fantastic engagement gift.
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Dunhill is derived from the Irish translation of fort of the rock. With that in mind, the Dunhill collection expresses this with a symmetrical series of vertical cuts rising up from a band of diagonal cuts, referred to as karo cutting. The Dunhill White wine glasses are a perfect addition to any table and make a great engagement gift.
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Dunhill is derived from the Irish translation of fort of the rock. With that in mind, the Dunhill collection expresses this with a symmetrical series of vertical cuts rising up from a band of diagonal cuts, referred to as karo cutting. The Dunhill White wine glasses are a perfect addition to any table and make a great engagement gift.
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The Dewdrop White Wine glasses has a leaf shaped cut pattern that varies from a light, shallow imprint to a heavier deeper incision-portraying delicacy and strength. The Dewdrop wine glasses are a perfect addition for any dinner party and make the ideal Christmas gift.
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The Dewdrop White Wine glasses has a leaf shaped cut pattern that varies from a light, shallow imprint to a heavier deeper incision-portraying delicacy and strength. The Dewdrop wine glasses are a perfect addition for any dinner party and make the ideal Christmas gift.
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New from Emerald Crystal, the delightful Cara pattern showcases the exceptional skills of their master craftsmen at their factory in Waterford city, Ireland. 
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The term “A Chara” meaning my friend in Irish, is commonly used in Ireland to introduce a letter to a friend, colleague or specially a loved one
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