superb quality st louis french crystal goblem with wonderful foliate design by these world renowned makers

Superb quality St. Louis French crystal goblem with wonderful foliate design, by these world renowned makers.


| $245 USD | €211 EUR

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Superior quality St. Louis French crystal goblet with beautiful foliate cut and engraved body, cut and shaped stem, and a thin 24kt gold gilt border to rim and foot. The pattern name is unknown, but it is similar to the Botticelli pattern, but without the coloured accents. St Louis crystal is mouth blown and etched by hand by master craftsman.
Cristallerie-St. Louis is the world famous glass house in France, makers of the finest crystal, and suppliers to the tables of French kings. Active as glass makers since 1586, they have been recognised for their superior craftsmanship. St. Louis glass has graced the tables of many heads of state across the world.
This is a heavy and beautifully cut piece that will be the star of a dining table or bar, add to a table service, or will make a unique gift.
The acid etched mark for St. Louis Crystal France, is found on the base.
Size-6.75 inches high by 3 3/8 inches diameter.
Weight-301 grams.
Saint Louis glass pieces, made by master craftsmen, are as elegant and traditional today, as they have been for centuries.
In very good condition without wear to the gilding, and a wonderful value.
An opulent glass to give as a gift, or to add to a collection of other St. Louis glass.
Retail value is at least 300.00 if another example could be found.
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