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Olive Cream Jug helps complete a “European Classic” kitchen

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William Yeoward Crystal's Olive Cream Jug is featured in the July/August issue of Veranda, as part of a “get the look” feature around the theme of a “European Classic” kitchen, as inspired by a kitchen restored and updated in a chateau in Normandy by designer Andrew Allfree.

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Below is the Olive Cream Jug by itself - classic and elegant, but the thumbprint pattern adds a touch of whimsy.

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This pattern is also available in the Olive Comport (or Compote, as most Yanks call it), seen below.  With a generous bowl, it’s perfect for ice cream, sorbet or even a cold soup.  Traditional, yet fresh and fun!

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WYC in an enchanting Southampton cottage in Veranda

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Thomas Pheasant works his magic in this circa-1900 shingled cottage in the Hamptons.  The enchanting gardens served as an inspiration for the interiors, as seen below in the blossoming dogwood on plasterwork on the ceiling, echoed by verdant branches in William Yeoward Crystal’s Cornelia Vase.  It’s a clever way of bringing the outdoors in!

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Below is our stunning and stately Cornelia Vase - a beautiful piece evocative of Grecian urns.

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Here is a close up of the dining room table, featuring stemware by William Yeoward Crystal in Fern and Olympia patterns.

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This is the Fern Small Wine glass, which is featured on the table above:

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And here is the Olympia stemware suite.  The Red Wine (3rd from left) and White Wine (5th from left) glasses are seen on the table above.  Mixing these plain glasses with patterned Fern glasses works well to create a timeless look that is neither too sterile nor overwrought.  Beautifully done!

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On the veranda (appropriate considering the publication), our Fanny Blue Goblets make a second appearance in this months issue of Veranda.  The blue glasses playfully tie in with the aquas and blues of the pool and the hydrangeas.

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Here is the Fanny Blue Goblet by itself:

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Endless Summer in the Hamptons

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In the May-June issue of Veranda, Dallas-based designers (and sisters) Kelli Ford & Kirsten Fitzgibbons have refreshed a breezy beach vacation home in Southampton that Kelli and her husband bought a couple of years ago.

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Working with a lot of cheerful color (but avoiding beach house cliches) Kirsten and Kelli incorporate our William Yeoward Country Fanny Blue Goblets on the table below in a light and airy breakfast room.  So pretty and inviting!

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Here is a closer look at the table, with our goblets highlighted:

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And here are the Fanny Goblets, also available in Amber, Amethyst and Green as shown from left to right.  These Goblets also come in Clear.  Our Fanny stemware has a simple shape with just enough classic detail to make it special.  Perfect for your casual tables at your beach home or summer cottage, but versatile enough to work with your best China!

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Crystal & Country come together gracefully

Veranda features a table set with stemware and hurricanes from William Yeoward Crystal in a story about a beautifully redesigned house in Charlotte. 

William Yeoward Crystal items featured are the Tatiana Hurricanes and Helena Goblets.  Also appearing are the Maggie Amethyst Goblets from the Country collection of glassware. 

Below is the stunning Tatiana Hurricane.

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