Waterford Glenmore (Cut)
All About Waterford Glenmore (Cut)
Brand: Waterford Pattern: Glenmore (Cut) Pattern #: 2235
Manufacturer Status: Active In Production: 1962 - Present
Description: Artistic cuts, multisided stem. Cut bowl and foot.
Theme: Contemporary Dishwashing Method: Hand wash Secondary Market Value: Good
Best Uses: Cocktails, Dinners
This pattern was designed and cut by the artisans at Waterford of Ireland. They were inspired by the historic city of Glenmore, where the Annaghs Tower House was built over 500 years ago.
Waterford was established in 1783 by brothers William and George Penrose. It was revived after World War II by Czech glassmaker Kael Bacik. Spanning more than 2 centuries of craftsmanship, Waterford has extended its product portfolio from stemware to tableware, home accessories, indoor furniture and fixtures. The trophies that they make for the PGA Tour of America and other award-giving bodies are definitely a treasure and Times Square will not be complete without the Waterford New Year’s Eve Ball.
For stemware alone, Waterford owns hundreds of individual patterns. Glenmore is just one of them. Waterford has become synonymous with crystal and is known for its clarity and brilliance that adds elegance to any table.
Our favorite is the wine hock – adds style to any table!
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