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Waterford Lismore Toasting Flutes, Set of 2

Perfect for the bride and groom on their wedding day, these toasting flutes feature one of Waterford's most treasured patterns. Lismore stemware was inspired by Ireland's spectacular Lismore Castle, once home to Sir Walter Raleigh. Waterford's master artisans hand blow each piece from 24% lead crystal, then cut the bowls with elaborate diamond and wedge cuts. Introduced in 1952, the flutes look sleek and contemporary thanks to tapered, faceted stems and straight-sided bowls. Each glass is etched with Waterford's sea horse logo, adapted from the Waterford City coat of arms. The Waterford company has been known for producing fine crystal since 1783. 7-oz. cap., 9 1/4" high. Made in Europe. Set of two.
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distancerunner
,Hingham
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December 20, 2013
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Perfect Replacement Pieces; Not Made in Ireland!?
December 20, 2013
Purchased these several days ago to give to my mother for Christmas, and they arrived very promptly! I recently broke one of her older Lismore Champagne Flutes, after dropping it several inches on granite while cleaning.
I didn't take the bubble wrap off before I Christmas wrapped them, but the sticker on the box said "Made in Israel". I know Waterford no longer makes all their crystal in Ireland, but I at least thought they were made in Europe as stated here.
These are fairly durable crystal, meant to be used. They can chip easily at the rim, and their shape makes it difficult to clean thoroughly. Great for Champagne!
Pros: Quality, Good for Entertaining, Size, Appearance
Cons: Difficult to Clean, Fragile