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Designed in 1928 and extremely popular to this day, the Tommy service made its brilliant showing in 1938 during a legendary royal lunch held in the Hall of Mirrors at the Versailles Palace to celebrate the State Visit of the British King George VI and his wife Queen Elizabeth, known to all as the Queen Mother.

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  • Saint Louis

    Saint Louis Tommy Crystal Roemer Amethyst

    330,00 315,00

    Saint Louis Tommy amethyst Roemer in mouthblown, hand-cut crystal glass. Gift box included.
    H 19.8 cm, ø 8.7 cm, 0.19 l

    The goblets of these hock glasses gleam in their wonderful colours. They can be used as wine or water glasses. The attention given to detail in the cutting process as facet cutting, ball cutting and diamond cutting are what makes this classic line from the year 1928 into one of the most coveted creations in crystal glass craftsmanship.

  • Saint Louis

    Saint Louis Tommy Crystal Roemer Blue

    330,00 315,00

    Saint Louis Tommy blue Roemer in mouthblown, hand-cut crystal glass. Gift box included.
    H 19.8 cm, ø 8.7 cm, 0.19 l

    The goblets of these hock glasses gleam in their wonderful colours. They can be used as wine or water glasses. The attention given to detail in the cutting process as facet cutting, ball cutting and diamond cutting are what makes this classic line from the year 1928 into one of the most coveted creations in crystal glass craftsmanship.

  • Saint Louis

    Saint Louis Tommy Crystal Roemer Green

    330,00 315,00

    Saint Louis Tommy green Roemer in mouthblown, hand-cut crystal glass. Gift box included.
    H 19.8 cm, ø 8.7 cm, 0.19 l

    The goblets of these hock glasses gleam in their wonderful colours. They can be used as wine or water glasses. The attention given to detail in the cutting process as facet cutting, ball cutting and diamond cutting are what makes this classic line from the year 1928 into one of the most coveted creations in crystal glass craftsmanship.

  • Saint Louis

    Saint Louis Tommy Crystal Roemer Grey

    330,00 315,00

    Saint Louis Tommy grey Roemer in mouthblown, hand-cut crystal glass. Gift box included.
    H 19.8 cm, ø 8.7 cm, 0.19 l

    The goblets of these hock glasses gleam in their wonderful colours. They can be used as wine or water glasses. The attention given to detail in the cutting process as facet cutting, ball cutting and diamond cutting are what makes this classic line from the year 1928 into one of the most coveted creations in crystal glass craftsmanship.

  • Saint Louis

    Saint Louis Tommy Crystal Roemer Light Blue

    330,00 315,00

    Saint Louis Tommy light blue Roemer in mouthblown, hand-cut crystal glass. Gift box included.
    H 19.8 cm, ø 8.7 cm, 0.19 l

    The goblets of these hock glasses gleam in their wonderful colours. They can be used as wine or water glasses. The attention given to detail in the cutting process as facet cutting, ball cutting and diamond cutting are what makes this classic line from the year 1928 into one of the most coveted creations in crystal glass craftsmanship.

  • Saint Louis

    Saint Louis Tommy Crystal Roemer Light Green

    330,00 315,00

    Saint Louis Tommy light green Roemer in mouthblown, hand-cut crystal glass. Gift box included.
    H 19.8 cm, ø 8.7 cm, 0.19 l

    The goblets of these hock glasses gleam in their wonderful colours. They can be used as wine or water glasses. The attention given to detail in the cutting process as facet cutting, ball cutting and diamond cutting are what makes this classic line from the year 1928 into one of the most coveted creations in crystal glass craftsmanship.

  • Saint Louis

    Saint Louis Tommy Crystal Roemer Red

    330,00 315,00

    Saint Louis Tommy red Roemer in mouthblown, hand-cut crystal glass. Gift box included.
    H 19.8 cm, ø 8.7 cm, 0.19 l

    The goblets of these hock glasses gleam in their wonderful colours. They can be used as wine or water glasses. The attention given to detail in the cutting process as facet cutting, ball cutting and diamond cutting are what makes this classic line from the year 1928 into one of the most coveted creations in crystal glass craftsmanship.

  • Saint Louis

    Saint Louis Tommy Red Crystal Vase

    1.100,00 1.050,00

    Saint Louis Tommy red vase in mouthblown, hand-cut crystal glass. Gift box included.
    Height: 25 cm

    The production of Tommy vase requires three of the famous techniques for which the Saint-Louis glassworks are renowned: facet cutting, ball cutting and diamond cutting. Each vase is still produced today in France’s oldest crystal glass factory with all the traditional skill and precise craftsmanship.

  • Saint Louis

    Saint Louis Tommy Violet Crystal Vase

    1.100,00 1.050,00

    Saint Louis Tommy violet vase in mouthblown, hand-cut crystal glass. Gift box included.
    Height: 25 cm

    The production of Tommy vase requires three of the famous techniques for which the Saint-Louis glassworks are renowned: facet cutting, ball cutting and diamond cutting. Each vase is still produced today in France’s oldest crystal glass factory with all the traditional skill and precise craftsmanship.

  • Saint Louis

    Saint Louis Tommyssimo Blue Crystal Vase

    1.920,00 1.860,00

    Saint Louis Tommyssimo blue vase in mouthblown, hand-cut crystal glass. Gift box included.
    Height: 28 cm

    The production of Tommyssimo vase requires three of the famous techniques for which the Saint-Louis glassworks are renowned: facet cutting, ball cutting and diamond cutting. Each vase is still produced today in France’s oldest crystal glass factory with all the traditional skill and precise craftsmanship.

  • Saint Louis

    Saint Louis Tommyssimo White Crystal Vase

    1.920,00 1.860,00

    Saint Louis Tommyssimo white vase in mouthblown, hand-cut crystal glass. Gift box included.
    Height: 28 cm

    The production of Tommyssimo vase requires three of the famous techniques for which the Saint-Louis glassworks are renowned: facet cutting, ball cutting and diamond cutting. Each vase is still produced today in France’s oldest crystal glass factory with all the traditional skill and precise craftsmanship.

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