Since 1889, Lenox has created gifts, tableware, and collectibles for U.S. presidents, dignitaries - and families like yours across America. Over the years, Lenox' original focus on fine tableware has broadened to include casual collections in stoneware and earthenware, crystal stemware, and flatware. Their gifts in china, crystal, and precious metals have been part of family celebrations for generations. And Lenox's collectibles continue to win awards - and the hearts of collectors everywhere. All the while, Lenox has been committed to upholding the high standards of excellence in artistry and craftsmanship set forth by their founder, Walter Scott Lenox.
The Tuscany Classics Handled Pitcher is a Contemporary style product. Contemporary style bridges the gap between traditional and modern. Pieces feature simple and clean lines with smooth surfaces without any carving or adornment. You can shop for more Contemporary Beverage Servers in the Kitchen & Dining section of our site.
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Description: Features: Material: European superb quality glass. Mouth blown. Add touch of sparkle wherever it is displayed. Comes with spoon. Ideal gift for any occasions. Classic clear collection. Product Type: Pitcher. Craftsmanship: Hand Blown. Material: Glass. Color: Clear. Style: Solid. Collection: ...
Description: In a new angle on barware, Lenox has designed a pitcher that's both dramatically decorative and perfectly functional. Crafted of Lenox fine crystal, this Tuscany pitcher features an oversized handle that makes pouring beverages easier than ever. And the pitcher's ...