Saint Louis Tommy Oval Vase
The Tommy Oval Vase is a tribute to the initial 1969 model that originated from the Tommy collection. Underscoring the interaction of three different types of cutting including: diamond, pearl and beveled. This brand new design serves to harmoniously decorate your interior.
The Tommy collection has been flying the Saint-Louis flag since 1928. Its straight lines have brought sophistication to the dinner tables of the most official ceremonies, all the way to the Galerie des Glaces in Versailles. The Tommy Oval Vase makes exceptional dining become an everyday ceremony.
|Size & Fit||8" high x 6" diameter|
|Details & Care||Hand wash recommended|
Since 1829, Saint Louis has been exclusively devoted to the production of crystal-glass items. Considered amongst the very best in France, Saint-Louis’ master glassblowers put forth magnificent crystal creations including tableware, vases, chandeliers and lighting items. Blending tradition and innovation while continually drawing inspiration from contemporary artistic trends, Saint-Louis continues to renew and reshape its artistic identity.
Designed in 1928, the Tommy collection captured the public's attention during an extraordinary lunch held in Versailles in 1938. The King of the United Kingdom George VI and his wife Queen Elizabeth were present along with two hundred guests. Featuring a star-shaped base and a parison embellished with diamond, bevel, pearl and rim cuts, the Tommy Oval Vase embodies the precise dexterity of the Saint-Louis glassmasters.
Unmatched, dense, pure and luminous, born from a ball of fire and the breath of man, Saint-Louis crystal vibrates with all the talent passed down from its rich heritage and the creative fantasy inspired by modern trends. Saint-Louis is truly a manufacturer of its time. Their master glass blowers possess the irreplaceable ancestral skills and knowledge passed down from generation to generation. Each crystal piece is mouth-blown, hand-cut, hand-engraved and hand-decorated with platinum or 24-carat gold. The fine art of living in crystal is certain to seduce the world.