Helvellyn

Helvellyn Wine Bottle Coaster/ Sugar bowl/ Snack bowl

SKU: BW-410-HY

£101.50

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A small Bowl suitable to use as a wine bottle coaster but popularly also used to serve snacks such as nuts & olives, or as a sugar bowl: BW-410-HY

Helvellyn is one of our traditional collections with its origins firmly rooted in Jacobean design. The elegant pattern of flutes and olives was designed by Lady Grania Cavendish in 1976.

This collection is favoured for formal dining & entertainment by most British Embassies, Consulates and Residencies around the world. As such it has featured in many films and TV series as it represents a timeless elegance and aspirational lifestyle.
The name Helvellyn shares its name with one of the most significant and spectacular mountains in the stunningly beautiful English Lake District National Park which is close to the Cumbria Crystal Factory.

H:6cm; Ø10cm

350 g
Quantity:
We have 30+ available to order
As all our products are handmade by our small team of artisans, we do not hold large quantities of stock. If your product must be handcrafted especially for you, we will be in touch to inform you of this and advise you of an anticipated delivery date. You will not have to wait any longer than 8 weeks if we do not have your order in stock, but we always endeavour to deliver to you much sooner than this. 
If we are unable to deliver your order in time for a special event, you will be given the option of a Commissioning Letter that can be gifted whilst waiting for your crystal to arrive. Please state in your Order Notes if you require for a certain date.

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