Edinburgh

This firm has its origins in the Edinburgh and Leith Flint Glass company, founded in the late 1860s. It merged with Thomas Webb in 1921, but continued to produce its own glass. The Edinburgh company was re-named Edinburgh Crystal in 1955.  It and Thomas Webb became part of Dema in 1964, which in turn was taken over by Coloroll in 1987.  Coloroll went into receivership and there was a Webb management   buy-out in 1990. All production moved to Edinburgh. By 2004 the firm obtained Selkirk Glass and Caithness Glass. Edinburgh went into receivership in 2006 and the name was bought by Wedgwood Waterford, which itself succumbed to receivership three years later.

Edinburgh

Characteristics of Edinburgh

Diamond shapes, swags, small fans and strong sword-like uprights are common. Engraving on the more expensive ranges. Thistle shapes in glass and design.

Isla

Celebration
Flute
Price: Not Available


Below are examples of our stock. Click here for a full list of patterns available.


 

Edinburgh Appin

Appin

Tumbler
Height: 75mm
Price: Not available

Edinburgh Glenshee

Glenshee

Flute
Height: 163mm
Price: Not available

Edinburgh Highland

Highland

Tumbler
Height: 85mm
Price: £20

Edinburgh Iona

Iona

Wine
Height: 145mm
Price: Not available

Edinburgh Lomond

Lomond

Wine
Height: 155mm
Price: £20

Edinburgh Montrose

Montrose

Brandy
Height: 125mm
Price: £20

Edinburgh Ness

Ness

Wine
Height: 170mm
Price: £20

Edinburgh Royal Scot

Royal Scot

Wine
Height: 130mm
Price: £25

Edinburgh Silhouette

Silhouette

Wine
Height: 197mm
Price: Not available

Edinburgh Skibo

Skibo

Tumbler
Height: 85mm
Price: £20

Edinburgh Tain

Tain

Flute
Height: 215mm
Price: £25

Edinburgh Thistle

Thistle

Tumbler
Height: 80mm
Price: Not available