Ajka Crystal, "Grape" Amber, Champagne Stemglass, 210 ml
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Glass of champagne "Grape" Amber is a collection of "Grape", the subject of which attract intense color. A distinctive feature of the collection is the ornate cut a vine.
Ajka Crystal - Hungarian manufacturer, crystal is known around the world. Unique dishes companies represented a wide range and variety of colors. Queen of England, choosing crystal for your yard, opted Hungarian dishes Ajka Crystal, stand out from the rest.
A history that began in 1878. While Bernard Neumann opened a small glass-blowing business in the Hungarian town of Ajka, to join the best glassblowers create dishes of Saxony and Bavaria. This allowed the company to represent their products on the European market at the time. Then a huge demand for kerosene lamps bulb Ajka Krystal. Until 1914, the company successfully works, increasing capacity. However, World War II led to a serious problem - a shortage of labor, raw materials. Stable operation of the Ajka Krystal established only in 1948 after the nationalization of the company. Since 1960, the company was engaged in the production of crystal. Installed new equipment and learn new technologies. But the real success was waiting for the company after 90 years of the group of companies it acquired Fotex. In 1991 the factory was open studio for artistic porcelain painting.
Now 96% of the dishes are manufactured for export to Western Europe, USA and Asia. Ajka Crystal clients are companies such as Royal Scot Crystal, Rolls Royce, Neiman Marcus, Rosenthal AG, Richard Ginori, Tiffany and many others. Products Ajka Crystal, who is the embodiment of a unique man-made beauty, will adorn any collection.
Warning: according to recommendations of the "ФС РАР" from 2018.06.25: alcoholic production can be bought only personally in the Winestyle shops.
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