Imported Waterford Dinnerware

Waterford

"Meg" Rose Bowl

$275.00
Clear crystal rose bowl encircled by alternating borders faithfully displays Waterford's tradition of beautiful design. 8"T. Imported.
Waterford

"Lismore Diamond" Iced Beverage Glass

$70.00
Dressed in Lismore's characteristic diamond and wedge cuts, this exquisite iced beverage glass showcases your beverage of choice beautifully. Lismore, the most popular pattern, is named for a prominent town in County Waterford, Ireland. Introduced in 1952, and created by designer Miroslav Havel. Made of crystal. Hand wash. Holds 12 ounces; 3"Dia. x 6.5"T. Imported.
Waterford Crystal

Lismore Salt & Pepper Shakers

$150.00
From the Lismore Collection of Waterford??. Handcrafted clear lead crystal with wedge and diamond cuts. Silvertone lids. Each, 4"H. Hand wash. Imported. About Waterford Crystal: Established in 1783, Waterford crystal is cherished around the world for its rich tradition of craftsmanship and artistry. Each piece, from stemware to decorative items, is still mouth-blown and handcrafted by master artisans. A customary gift to royalty and heads of state??a treasured heirloom for generations.
Waterford Crystal

Lismore Essence Stemware

$80.00
An exquisite, statuesque spin on a classic Waterford?? pattern. From the Lismore Essence Collection. Clear crystal with diamond and wedge cuts. Lightly walled. Oversized bowls; thin stems. Holds 10 ounces; 3.4"Dia. x 9.5"T. Dishwasher safe. Imported.
Waterford

Lismore Essence 6" Ellipse Bowl

$185.00
Waterford's most iconic pattern takes on new elegance with lavish golden accents to create an undeniably opulent statement. This bowl retains the brilliance and clarity of the Lismore design while incorporating a more slender, modern profile. Handcrafted of crystal. Hand wash. Imported.
Waterford

Four "Mixology" Shot Glasses

$175.00
A well-appointed bar calls for more than a variety of libations. Make times merry and bright with brilliant cocktail glasses. Made of crystal. Hand wash. Set includes four assorted cut design as shown; each, 1.25"Dia. x 3"T. Imported.
Waterford

"Lismore Diamond" Decanter

$295.00
Serving as a feast for the eye as well as the palette, the clarity of this radiant decanter ensures that the rich color of its contents is highlighted beautifully. Lismore, the most popular pattern, is named for a prominent town in County Waterford, Ireland. Introduced in 1952, and created by designer Miroslav Havel. Made of lead crystal. Hand wash. 6"Dia. x 11"T. Imported.
Waterford Crystal

Lismore Footed Cream & Sugar

$210.00
From the Lismore Collection. Set includes (shown left to right) sugar and cream. Clear lead crystal. Wedge and diamond cuts. Handcrafted. Sugar, 3 1/2"H. Cream, 4 1/4"H. Hand wash. Imported. About Waterford Crystal: Established in 1783, Waterford crystal is cherished around the world for its rich tradition of craftsmanship and artistry. Each piece, from stemware to decorative items, is still mouth-blown and handcrafted by master artisans. A customary gift to royalty and heads of state??a ...
Waterford

Two "Lismore Diamond" Tumblers

$150.00
Perfect for serving a dram of your favorite beverage, these distinctive tumblers feature Lismore's signature diamond- and wedge-cut pattern. From Waterford??. Made of crystal. Hand wash. Set of two; each holds 9 ounces. 3.5"Dia. x 4.5"T. Imported.
Waterford Crystal

Lismore Nouveau Goblet

$65.00
A sleek update of a signature pattern, "Lismore Noveau" stemware is sure to make any occasion special. From Waterford??. Clear crystal is handcrafted with wedge diamond cuts and a pulled stem. Shown from left to right. Goblet holds 11 ounces. Champagne flute holds 7 ounces. Wine glass hold 9 ounces. Iced beverage glass holds 14 ounces. Handwash. Imported. About Waterford Crystal: Established in 1783, Waterford crystal is cherished around the world for its rich tradition ...
Waterford

"Lismore Diamond" Red Wine Glass

$70.00
Specially designed to accentuate the aroma of full-bodied red wines, this exquisite wine glass wears the intricate diamond and wedge cuts characteristic of Lismore crystal. Lismore, the most popular pattern, is named for a prominent town in County Waterford, Ireland. Introduced in 1952, and created by designer Miroslav Havel. Made of crystal. Hand wash. Holds 9 ounces. Approximately 3.3"Dia. x 8"T. Imported.