The Waterford Glass House was founded by brothers George and William Penrose in 1783. They made the bold promise to produce "as fine a quality of any in Europe in the most elegant style". Waterford owners were forced to close in 1851 because of lack of capital and crushing taxes and as a result the trade lay dormant for a hundred years. The company was rekindled in 1947 and has regained it's place on the world stage of quality merchandise.
This wonderful set of 2 water goblets is the "Glenmore" pattern which was introduced in 1968. The pattern became and continues to be a very popular pattern. The motif consists of vertical and horizontal cutting around the bowl, elegant hexagon shaped tapered stem and round star cut base. These goblets measure 7" in height, 4" across the top and 2 7/8" across the base. Each goblet is acid etched with the "Waterford" hallmark on the base. There are no cracks, chips or repairs; near mint. There are (3) sets of 2 available for sale.
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