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Esterhazy Champagne Flute from the collection of the Esterhazy Museum located in Pápa

Esterhazy Champagne Flute from the collection of the Esterhazy Museum located in Pápa - Esterhazy Champagne Flute

    

Esterhazy Champagne Flute   New product!

Retail Price:$129.90
 
Package contains6 piece(s)
 
 
Volume OZ
Weight110 g
Size11.1 cm / 4.4 inch
AvailabilityUsually ships in 2 days. (10 days with personalized engraving.)
 
ManufacturerAjka Crystal Ltd.
Colorsclear
Code51969/49244
 
DescriptionUpon the request of the Esterhazy Museum (in Pápa, Hungary), Ajka Crystal has reproduced the set of lead crystal glassware that once belonged to the famous Esterhazy family. The Esterhazys, a well-known Hungarian noble family dating back to the 13th century, are famous for having built magnificent palaces (one of which is referred to as the "Hungarian Versailles"). This water goblet, together with the entire set of tableware used for generations in the Esterhazy family is now on display in the Esterhazy Museum and has also become available in this webshop.
More informationThis is a new product and is produced upon request. Production takes about two or three weeks.
 
Suite descriptionEsterhazy Suite Esterhazy Suite
 
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Esterhazy Liqueur
Esterhazy Vase
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Esterhazy Vase
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