Stuart

The firm has a complex history, but became Stuart and Sons in 1882, when a lease on the Redhouse Glassworks at Amblecote was taken out. The trade name Stuart Crystal was used from 1927 along with the practice of etching the name on the base. A factory was opened in 1996 at Aberbargoed in South Wales and in1980 Stuart took over the Strathern factory at Crieff, Scotland.  A successful company, Stuart was targeted by Wedgwood Waterford in 1995. Some Waterford was made at Redhouse Glassworks, until the firm closed the factory in 2002. A limited amount of Stuart was made at Waterford, but Stuart is now imported from abroad.

Stuart

Characteristics of Stuart

24 cut star on base. Stems more likely to be straight cut or plain. Some air-twists. Upright flute cuts, small fans, diamond shapes, engraving and intaglio cuts, by themselves or in combination; laurel leaf or joined ovals around the rims.

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Brandy
Price: Not available


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


 

Stuart Crystal Abbey

Abbey

Wine
Height: 141mm
Price: £25

Stuart Crystal Arial

Ariel

Hock
Height: 175mm
Price: £30

Stuart Crystal Carlingford

Carlingford

Wine
Height: 123mm
Price: £25

Stuart Crystal Cascade

Cascade

Champagne
Height: 146mm
Price: £25

Stuart Crystal Catherine

Catherine

Flute
Height: 205mm
Price: Not available

Stuart Crystal Ellesmere

Ellesmere

Port
Height: 130mm
Price: £20

Stuart Crystal Glengarry

Glengarry

Tumbler
Height: 99mm
Price: £20

Stuart Crystal Imperial

Imperial

Juice
Height: 100mm
Price: £20

Stuart Crystal Madison

Madison

Highball
Height: 157mm
Price: £25

Stuart Crystal Prism

Prism

Wine
Height: 203mm
Price: £25

Stuart Crystal Tamara

Tamara

Cocktail
Height: 88mm
Price: Not available

Stuart Crystal Tewkesbury

Tewkesbury

Wine
Height: 175mm
Price: £20