Nachtmann, "Saphir", Vase

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Nachtmann, "Saphir", Vase - flower vase from lead-free crystal, which will create comfort in your home and give charm to any interior. Vase attracts attention and has a stylish design with clean lines.

History of the German company Nachtmann began in 1834 in Bavaria. Its creator - Michael Nahtman. At the beginning of the XX century, after a change of ownership, production was moved to the city of Neustadt, near Dresden, where he is now the headquarters of the company. For a long time in the group consisted of three subsidiaries - Spiegelau, Marcaurel and Katharinen Hutte. However, in 2004 the Austrian company Riedel bought shares Nachtmann Cristal AG and has become a major stake holder. Competent policy Riedel allowed German brand Nachtmann reach a new level of development.

For two centuries, the company offers Nahtman connoisseurs of cut glass, which can be attributed to works of art. The unique technology of production, passed on from generation to generation, allows to cut facets so that the sun's rays are refracted to form a diamond fountain splashes. Glasses, decanters, glasses, dishes, plates, vases, candlesticks and other dishes made from quality Nachtmann crystal retains its natural shine and transparency for many years. Also, the master of the company in the production and use of crystal glass, which is no less great, just to give the desired shape to this material is used manual processing.

Nachtmann is today one of the largest manufacturers of cookware in Europe. Among the celebrities who prefer dishes Nachtmann, - Bill Clinton, Claudia Schiffer and many others.

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In our store you can buy glasses and decanters Nachtmann, "Saphir", Vase, price Nachtmann, "Saphir", Vase — 1 937 rub.. Producer glasses and decanters Nachtmann. Delivery Nachtmann, "Saphir", Vase.