William Yeoward Flavia Stemware Collection

# 801179, 801097

William Yeoward Flavia Stemware Collection

William Yeoward Flavia Stemware Collection

# 801179, 801097

The original Flavia was made in England in about 1790 and has what is called a ’lemon squeezer foot’. These were not made after about 1850 and this shape is much sought after by collectors. The intricate design around the rim is completely hand engraved, with each cut individually applied with an engraving wheel. It takes many hours of highly skilled work to complete one glass. Color : Clear Material : Handmade Crystal Collection : Flavia

Product Details

Name Flavia Stemware Collection
Stock Number 801179, 801097
Department Giftware
Type Stemware
Collection Flavia
Material Crystal

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William Yeoward Crystal came into existence in 1995, the result of a remarkable collaboration between Timothy Jenkins and William Yeoward. William Yeoward, already a noted designer working in the field of furniture, lighting, fabrics, and interior accessories, with a store on London’s fashionable King’s Road, was an avid collector of antique crystal, but felt that there was little contemporary crystal that was truly beautiful. Timothy Jenkins, third generation in the family owned crystal business John Jenkins, founded in 1901, had an intimate knowledge of the European crystal industry and for some years had been making reproductions of antique pieces. A chance meeting in1993 brought Timothy Jenkins and William Yeoward together and they quickly found that they shared a passion for the beautiful crystal of the 18th and 19th Centuries and both wished that these wonderful pieces could once again be created and preserved for posterity. They decided to pool their diverse talents and a collection of some 60 – 70 pieces of tableware and decorative pieces was exhibited at the Decorex Interior Design Fair in London in the Fall of 1995. All these pieces had to satisfy Tim and William’s sense of design and their desire that the ...