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Waterford Crystal Vases
While Waterford is world renowned for all of its remarkable range of cut glass
and crystal pieces, its vases are some of their most noteworthy. Brilliantly
showcasing the delicacy of the brand's designs, Waterford crystal vases share a
glassmaking tradition now more than two centuries old.
George and William Penrose were the first to launch the original Waterford
glassworks in 1783. Though neither was experienced in the field of glassmaking, the
duo set out to create glass of the highest quality, a standard the company still holds
In addition to large-scale creations, such as Times Square's magnificent New
Year's Eve Ball that dazzles with more than 2,600 individually-cut crystals,
Waterford has produced a remarkable range of breathtakingly crafted vases. With
shapes that borrow elegant quotations from amphorae to tulips and cut glass work
that guarantee an unsurpassed sparkle, Waterford crystal vases are a perfect
compliment to a well-set table or a striking stemware service.
One of Waterford's earliest accolades was royal patronage: England's
King George III commissioned Waterford to craft a crystal table service for his
In addition to exceptional vases, Waterford also has a reputation for brilliant
chandeliers, which hang in such illustrious locations as England's Windsor Castle
and New York's Kennedy Center
Waterford joined corporate forces with Wedgwood, a porcelain producer, in
1986, ensuring the longstanding legacy of excellence ascribed to both brands will be
preserved well into the future