J.HILL's Standard

Crystal Cutter from Co. Waterford

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J. Hill’s Standard is a maker of contemporary cut crystal bringing a fresh glimmer to Waterford - the great home of Irish glass cutting.

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Elements long drink glass in various cuts

€170

by J.HILL's Standard

Home & Gifts, Glassware

A rich assemblage of graphic markings defines the "ELEMENTS" series of lead crystal. Cuts and textures of varying depth and intensity are employed across glasses to create a landscape of layered pattern that is fresh and seductive; a whole new take on the decoration of cut crystal.

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Low Glass V

€160

by J.HILL's Standard

Home & Gifts, Glassware

A properly heavy lead crystal glass that lends true expression to a very special whiskey. The cuts enable light to hit the whiskey at all angles setting off it’s colour in full force.

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Elements Jug

€240

by J.HILL's Standard

Home & Gifts, Glassware

A rich assemblage of graphic markings defines the "ELEMENTS" series of lead crystal. Cuts and textures of varying depth and intensity are employed across glasses to create a landscape of layered pattern that is fresh and seductive; a whole new take on the decoration of cut crystal.

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Crystal whiskey glasses V

€120

by J.HILL's Standard

Home & Gifts, Glassware

Available in 6 cuts. An award winning glass which has been added to the permanent collection the the Museé des Arts Decoratifs. Very satisfying to hold. Use for rye, bourbon or single malt whiskey. Designer: Martino Gamper Capacity: 200ml Dimensions: 81mm x 92mm Product code: CWY00051

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Secant Wall Light

€1,400

by J.HILL's Standard

Home & Gifts, Lighting

With a calm that mirrors the effect of a full moon, this is a simple sphere of indirect light. The LED bounces light back onto the surface behind with the effect of diffusing or reflecting the light.

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The local skill passed down through generations of craftsmen is evident in their collections. Collaborating with talented international designers, they create remarkable glass - seemingly unburdened by the history of their centuries-old craft. Just looking at their tumblers, flutes and carafes makes you thirsty for a glass of whatever your poison is.