Saint-Louis Kings' Hall Glassware Set

by St. Louis

In 1767 at Versailles King Louis XV signed the patent letter that appointed Saint-Louis Crystal as royal manufacturer. The Kings’ Hall Glassware Set in crystal is a new testament to the bond between the Palace of Versailles and Saint-Louis Crystal as it offers a tribute to four kings of France who left their mark on Versailles -- Louis XIV, Louis XV, Louis XVI and Louis-Philippe.

The four kings are represented by four crystal tumbler glasses with different, intricate beveled cut designs, which are characteristic of their reign. Reinvent a royal table with the Kings’ Hall Glassware Set.  

Saint-Louis Kings' Hall Glassware Set

by St. Louis

In 1767 at Versailles King Louis XV signed the patent letter that appointed Saint-Louis Crystal as royal manufacturer. The Kings’ Hall Glassware Set in crystal is a new testament to the bond between the Palace of Versailles and Saint-Louis Crystal as it offers a tribute to four kings of France who left their mark on Versailles -- Louis XIV, Louis XV, Louis XVI and Louis-Philippe.

The four kings are represented by four crystal tumbler glasses with different, intricate beveled cut designs, which are characteristic of their reign. Reinvent a royal table with the Kings’ Hall Glassware Set.  

  • Item Dimensions
    H 3.5" x D 3.4"
  • Country Of Origin
    France
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Saint-Louis Kings' Hall Glassware Set

490 USD

About St. Louis

Established in 1586 in the French forest of Moselle, Saint-Louis escapes the ephemeral with over 430 years of mouth-blown and handmade crystal creations.  Unrivaled, dense, clear, sonorous and luminous, born of a ball of fire and the breath of man, Saint-Louis crystal vibrates with all the talent inherited from History and extraordinary creative fantasy inspired by current trends.  Acquired by Hermes in 1994, Saint-Louis Crystal has been the go-to for kings and queens, ambassadors and lovers of the most transparent, transcendent crystal alike since its inception.  Over the centuries, the company may have changed hands, but never its values.