The single most popular elegant glassware pattern is, without a doubt, Cambridge’s Rose Point, named and designed from the rare Rose Point lace, handmade by peasants in Belgium.
Introduced in 1934 as the ‘brides pattern’, Rose Point bacame one of the most popular crystal patterns of all time, and continues to be treasured through the present day.
Rose Point is an acid etched pattern composed of a medallion containing two open flowers. the medallion is surrounded by trailing vines, open roses, buds and leaves.
If you are looking for elegance, class and vintage charm, you will find it in this Rose Point Creamer and Sugar.
Consider this a wonderful option for that beautiful wedding.
Rose Point was made from 1934-54. Each holds 4.75 oz. and are in excellent condition.
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