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Stuart Crystal Cardinal Seafood Cocktail Glass Vintage Authentic Signed English Iconic Vertical Fan Cut 1950s Pattern Footed Dish

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Stuart Crystal Cardinal Seafood Cocktail Glass Vintage Authentic Signed English Iconic Vertical Fan Cut 1950s Pattern Footed Dish

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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: Glass
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Collectible vintage Stuart Crystal seafood cocktail glass in Cardinal pattern. Elegant pattern features 5-point fan designs and vertical cuts on a large coupe-shaped bowl. The sculpted stem is hexagonal and set upon a clear round foot. Signed base is etched with "Stuart England."

Stuart Crystal has an impressive history beginning in 1827 with Frederick Stuart, an 11 year old orphan who was sent to work at the Redhouse Glassworks in England's Crystal Mile. In 1853, Frederick joined with partners, founded Mills, Webb & Stuart. Later, the firm would be dominated by the Stuart family alone. In 1995, Waterford Wedgwood bought Stuart Crystal; however, the company closed forever in 2001.

Stuart Crystal came to be renowned for several of its iconic crystal patterns going back to the late 1800s. The company was also a supplier to shipping liners, including the Queen Mary in the 1930s and the Titanic.

Condition: Excellent/Mint. No damages (see photos).

Pattern: Cardinal (1955-1975) by Stuart Crystal, England (1853-2001)
Size: 3.75" tall x 4 1/8" bowl

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Collectible vintage Stuart Crystal seafood cocktail glass in Cardinal pattern. Elegant pattern features 5-point fan designs and vertical cuts on a large coupe-shaped bowl. The sculpted stem is hexagonal and set upon a clear round foot. Signed base is etched with "Stuart England."

Stuart Crystal has an impressive history beginning in 1827 with Frederick Stuart, an 11 year old orphan who was sent to work at the Redhouse Glassworks in England's Crystal Mile. In 1853, Frederick joined with partners, founded Mills, Webb & Stuart. Later, the firm would be dominated by the Stuart family alone. In 1995, Waterford Wedgwood bought Stuart Crystal; however, the company closed forever in 2001.

Stuart Crystal came to be renowned for several of its iconic crystal patterns going back to the late 1800s. The company was also a supplier to shipping liners, including the Queen Mary in the 1930s and the Titanic.

Condition: Excellent/Mint. No damages (see photos).

Pattern: Cardinal (1955-1975) by Stuart Crystal, England (1853-2001)
Size: 3.75" tall x 4 1/8" bowl

Fast & Safe Shipping.

VTG LUXURY BRANDS http://etsy.me/2eSoTdN
VTG ENGLAND http://etsy.me/2cRJkaQ
VTG SIGNED ART GLASS http://etsy.me/2dntg0U
VTG STEMWARE http://etsy.me/2jhMJCj
VTG ALL-CLEAR http://etsy.me/2vOr6Pf
VTG 1950s http://etsy.me/2cwGbPT
BACK TO THE VILLAGE http://etsy.me/2chIGkT

Thank you for shopping SaltwaterVillage!

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