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The Barley Square Decanter has the pattern of harvested barley in a fusion of diagonal and vertical wedge cuts, portraying the stacks of barley scattered throughout the field. Ideal with Downes Irish Whiskey and perfect for a Father's Day gift.
€ 159.00
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This Barley Decanter set- complete with two tumblers- has the pattern of harvested barley in a fusion of diagonal and vertical wedge cuts portraying stacks of barley scattered throughout the field. This decanter set is ideal as a wedding gift, a Father's Day gift or for an anniversary.
€ 229.00
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Inspired by Waterford's own Henry Downes no9 whiskey, the Downes square decanter is made up of traditional cut types, karo and rosettes. This combination of wedge cutting particularly compliments the shape of the decanter. Perfect as a birthday gift with Downes whiskey.
€ 159.00
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The Downes Decanter set- complete with a pair of tumblers are made up of traditional cut types, namely karo and rosettes.This combination of wedge cutting particularly compliments the shapes of tumblers. Perfect with Downes Irish Whiskey, as a birthday gift or for Christmas.
€ 234.00
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New for 2015, Emerald Crystal’s Cara collection is made by the finest master craftsmen at the Emerald facility in Waterford city.  Cara, a popular girl’s name is the Irish word for friend. 
€ 159.00
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Newly created by the master craftsmen at Emerald Crystal in Waterford city, the Cara collection is inspired by the Irish name for friend which is cara.  “A chara” my friend is a popular greeting among the Irish, Cara also being a popular girls name
€ 234.00
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The Dunhill pattern, introduced by Emerald Crystal in 2014, is inspired by; what was once a majestic castle overlooking the beautiful Anne Valley on the Copper coast of County Waterford in the South East of Ireland.
€ 159.00
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Dunhill Castle, is situated south of the village of Dunhill in County Waterford, Ireland.  The name Dunhill translates, in Irish, to “Dún Aill” meaning fort on the cliff.
€ 234.00
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