For your consideration, we have a Waterford Lismore Roly-Poly Decanter. This decanter is made of crystal cut glass.
This is an authentic Waterford decanter and stopper with acid stamp on the base. It is is from the rare collection with the Lismore pattern. The tumbler is not watermarked with the Waterford brand, however, it came from a large generational collection of Waterford. It is known as the ‘Roly Poly’ for its elegant rounded bottom design. Hence, it is not only sturdy, but maintains Lismore’s signature diamond and wedge cuts. The decanter measures about 8″ tall, 5″ wide and comes with its original 4″ rounded stopper altogether. The tumbler is in very good condition, with a couple very minor marks, most notably a chip in the base to the left of the acid stamp (4th picture). The Waterford sticker adhesive is old and has melted, so the sticker may not stay stuck to the decanter.
The famous Lismore pattern was created in 1952 by Miroslav Havel, Waterford’s Chief of Design who drew inspiration for the pattern’s signature diamond and wedge cuts from the rugged charm of Lismore Castle in the idyllic countryside of County Waterford. Having originally embellished a simple water goblet, the Lismore pattern is now intricately adorned on a beautiful selection of luxury crystal glassware, barware, homeware, such as tumblers, wine glasses, vases, bowls and picture frames.
This Waterford Lismore Roly-Poly Decanter is a wonderful addition to any collection!