Thomas Webb

The firm dates back to 1854. In 1921 Webb’s merged with the Edinburgh and Leith company, though the two firms kept their own identity. In 1930 Webb’s acquired the Richardson business and continued to produce their patterns until 1956. In 1987  Coloroll took control of Thomas Webb and Edinburgh Crystal, but the company went into receivership in 1990. Following a management buyout, all glass manufacturing moved to Edinburgh, though production of some Thomas Webb continued in Stourbridge using ex–employees working for another firm. The name was eventually taken over by Waterford and all Thomas Webb has since been made abroad.

Thomas Webb

Characteristics of Thomas Webb

Limited number of shapes and style of cuts, combined into distinctive and complex patterns, many dating back to the19thC. Limited use of engraving and intaglio, features common in the1920s and 30s. Good proportions between feet and bowl.

Regency

Passing the Port
Ship’s Decanter
Price: £120


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


 

Thomas Webb Cheltenham

Cheltenham

Tumbler
Height: 76mm
Price: £25

Thomas Webb - Hatton Garden

Hatton Garden

Sherry
Height: 105mm
Price: £15

Thomas Webb Heirloom

Heirloom

Goblet
Height: 132mm
Price: £35

Thomas Webb London

London

Wine
Height: 118mm
Price: £20

Thomas Webb Normandy

Normandy

Wine
Height: 120mm
Price: £25

Thomas Webb Royal Yacht

Royal Yacht

Champagne
Height: 120mm
Price: £25

Thomas Webb Russell

Russell

Sherry
Height: 128mm
Price: £25

Thomas Webb Sheraton

Sheraton

Goblet
Height: 170mm
Price: £35

Thomas Webb St Andrews

St. Andrews

Flute
Height: 155mm
Price: £25

Thomas Webb Warwick

Warwick

Hock
Height: 175mm
Price: £25

Thomas Webb Wellington

Wellington

G&T
Height: 128mm
Price: £30

Thomas Webb Worcester

Worcester

Brandy
Height: 115mm
Price: £25