Recreated in 1998 to coincide with the release of James Cameron's 'Titanic', Stuart Crystal searched their historic archive to faithfully reproduce the tableware they made for Olympic & Titanic in 1910/11.
These magnificent, 7" tall port wine glasses retain the sophisticated, deep vertical cuts which became the hallmark of the magnificent range crystal, created by one of the world's leading manufacturers, chosen by the White Star Line.
Long ago sold out, these glasses are incredibly rare and highly sought-after. They are in as-new condition, boxed and accompanied by the original Certificate of Authenticity booklet.
In 1910, the White Star Line 1st & 2nd Class dining areas were supplied with crystal stemware and carafes made by the Stuart Crystal factory at Stourbridge, West Midlands, England. Several pieces of Stuart Crystal have been recovered from the RMS Titanic wrecksite. In 1998, Stuart Crystal, a member of the Waterford Wedgwood Group, re-created this original crystal stemware using the exact original drawings and skilled craftsman to create historically accurate White Star Line RMS Titanic crystal glassware. Stuart Crystal sclosed its glass-making facility in 2002. These perfect examples of White Star Line Titanic crystal glassware will never be created again and offered to the buying public.
Each elegant crystal port glass is 7" tall. It features an incised White Star Line burgee swallowtail pennant flag emblem, etched into the glass and also engraved "Stuart" underneath.