In celebration of the New Year, Replacements, Ltd. is featuring the awe-inspiring and timeless Waterford Millennium Series. This beautiful line of stemware and giftware is made of heavy and durable lead crystal and is hand-blown and cut by Waterford’s master artists. Drawing on 150 years of experience, Waterford designed the Millennium Series to be a modern classic. Each piece features either one or a combination of five specially designed cuts. Using traditional cuts that are diamond or olive in shape, Waterford created five special designs that embody five universals desires of humanity – health, prosperity, love, happiness, and peace.
Replacements, Ltd. carries a variety of pieces in this very special pattern, including the champagne flute, toasting glass, and double old fashioned. Several people have asked, “what is the difference between the continental champagne flute, the champagne flute, and the toasting glass?” The terms “flute” and “continental flute” can be used almost synonymously. These glasses are generally tall and slender and are perfect for serving champagne. This shape helps champagne to retain its trademark bubbles and fizz. The continental flute in Waterford’s Millennium Series features all five of the very special cuts that were designed for this unique series. Toasting glasses are usually purchased as gifts for special occasions, like weddings! Waterford chose a large balloon shape for the Millennium Series toasting glass. This beautiful piece makes an excellent gift for any occasion. Follow the link below to explore inventory in this heirloom quality crystal pattern.
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