Stuart Crystal Vase and Bowl, 1960

16.8 cm tall & 21 cm diameter

If Stuart Crystal could talk, the magnificent, detailed crystal produced by Stuart would have many great stories to tell. It was aboard the Titanic when she sunk, and it sailed with the Queen Mary in the 1930s. Stuart Crystal made special stemware, brandy and wine decanters for use on the Titanic, which included the White Star Line logo on some of the items, later replicated and reproduced again in the ’90s. Today, Waterford Wedgewood still uses the name Stuart. Throughout the history of the company, multiple stunning crystal patterns were developed, from the company’s patented Medallion Glass Cameos on scent bottles, decanters and bowls to the diamond-and-floral motif of the Beaconsfield design created in 1907 for flower vases, wine glasses and more.

This is a heavy cut crystal pedestal vase that is marked Stuart RD 637674. It has a removable insert with openings at the centre and diameter to assist with the arrangement of flowers. This is removable so the vase can be used as a bowl or simply a decorative object.

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