Display the flowers in enamel kitchen jugs or cut-glass
Marcus Keys (Mansell), Fiona Catlin (Baily Garner) Andy Price (Mansell), Thomas Fantini (Aston Villa), Dean Howard (Mansell) Mike Tudor (Derek Evans &Partners), Simon Liversage (Mansell) John McStay (Mansell), Robert Bridge and Donna McGuiness (Osbornes Architects), Robert Perkins (Mansell) Steve Davies (regional managing director of Mansell) presents the cut-glass
bowl to winning jockey Donal Fahy and trainer Evan Williams, watched by Adam Grigg (Mansell) Gavin Ward (Mansell), Harpal Singh-Virdi (DBK Back), Christian Bohlin (Mansell) John McStay (Mansell), Emily Letourneau and Frazer Bufton (Supporta RPD), Steve Oldacre (Mansell) Robert Perkins (Mansell), Ron Hemming (Bridges Pound Ltd), Steve Oldacre (Mansell)
Bernard Hughes: 'Old English Cut-Glass
, 1', Country Life, 28 December 1945, p.
Those who have cut-glass
accents and money are no more talented than those who do not have the same privileges.
Goblets are being introduced to the Radiant and Hobstar lines, offering the cut-glass
TV-Luster, 1993, six video monitors mounted on an oval pole, above which hung a dense curtain of cut-glass
beads, could have offered enough light for the opera ball in Vienna except that the psychedelic flood of images (a lounging Ophelia, the birth of Barbie, a rose stuck between toes) would not have been suited to the bejeweled heads of the debutantes.
The popular pro not only received a cut-glass
memento and a caricature picture, but he got a resounding standing ovation from members at the annual gentlemen's dinner in the Pinnacle clubhouse.
99, Homebase Crystal cut-glass
effect acrylic jug, EUR15.
Nigel Kennedy @ St David's Hall, Cardiff (Thursday) WE'VE always had a soft spot for outrageou* WE'VE always had a soft spot for Nigel Kennedy - you know, the incredibly successful classical violinist who spent his childhood with a very upper class basin-cut and cut-glass
Work has included cleaning the grand chandelier's 450 cut-glass
droplets with just cotton buds and distilled water.
A spectacular cut-glass
table service, made for a North East family during the 19th Century, has been returned to the region.