Cut to Clear Glass Pitcher by Stevens & Williams

  • This mesmerizing green glass pitcher is by renowned glassmakers Stevens & Williams
  • It is set apart by its gorgeous color, enchanting design, and exquisitely repousséd silver top
  • By 1919 Stevens & Williams were awarded their first Royal Warrant by King George V.
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Item No. 31-4908

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This mesmerizing green glass pitcher is set apart by its gorgeous color, enchanting design, and exquisitely repousséd silver top. Masterfully crafted by celebrated English glassmakers Stevens & Williams, the elaborate decoration is brilliantly cut from a deep emerald green to clear in a swirling pattern. The pitcher is completed by a brilliant silver collar adorned with a scrolling grape vine pattern.

Stevens & Williams, established in 1847, was renowned for producing quality decorative glass, using techniques such as cameo, engraving, cutting and intaglio engraving, which was introduced in 1893. By 1919, the firm was awarded their first Royal Warrant by King George V, and they became the official suppliers of glass to the Royal Family. 

Late 19th/early 20th century

6" wide x 5 7/8" deep x 14 1/8" high
Cut to Clear Glass Pitcher by Stevens & Williams
Maker: Stevens & Williams
Period: 19th Century
Origin: England
Type: Pitchers
Depth: 5.88 Inches
Width: 6.0 Inches
Height: 14.13 Inches
Style: Art Glass
Cut to Clear Glass Pitcher by Stevens & Williams
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