With its elegantly clean, straight-sided design, platinum trim, and just a blush of blue in the crystal, Wedgwood’s
Lustre Blue Fin is fashion-forward glassware with a really high "wow!" factor! Matched with your favorite china, silver, and linens,
Lustre Blue Fin will set a table that will at a minimum have friends and family asking "Where did you find this?!" We have two special offers from this distinctive pattern. Complementing the 4-piece wine glasses set is our set of 4 fluted champagne glasses. Get a head start on your spring entertaining plans – just follow the link to browse and order these great values in genuine Wedgwood Crystal.
For Wedgwood, 2009 is a very special year. The company is celebrating its 250th anniversary; founder Josiah Wedgwood made china and sold it in his native England as well as in the colonies of North America! Things have clearly changed in 250 years. But some things have remained constant – Josiah Wedgwood’s commitment to innovation and quality. In 1759, Wedgwood established himself as an independent potter at the "Ivy House Works" in Burslem, England. During his first 10 years in business, Wedgwood made many refinements in the production processes for porcelain dinnerware. One of his most important creations was black basalt, a fine-grained stoneware superior to any that had been previously produced. Another watershed Wedgwood creation was creamware. Fired at higher temperatures than traditional English earthenware, creamware was non-porous, extremely durable, and relatively inexpensive. Wedgwood’s crowning achievement was Jasperware, non-glazed porcelain featuring classical figures in bas-relief, now virtually synonymous with the Wedgwood name. In 1986 the Wedgwood companies merged with Waterford Crystal, producing the Waterford Wedgwood group, one of the premier names in tableware today.
Make the proud Wedgwood heritage a part of your household! Click on the link below to see our full selection of
Lustre Blue Fin pieces.