Culinary Countdown: NovaScotian Crystal Seafarers Collection

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DECEMBER 14: NovaScotian Crystal Seafarers Collection

The NovaScotian Crystal Seafarer’s pattern has found its way to new places. They’ve launched several new pieces adorned with the much-loved Seafarer’s pattern. They’re often been asked by customers to bring this pattern to more pieces – it’s high time this was accomplished.

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Where to Purchase: The NovaScotian Crystal Showroom (5080 George Street, Halifax) or the Seasonal NovaScotian Crystal Showroom (3204 Barrington Street, Halifax)
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More Information: NovaScotian Crystal website
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About NovaScotian Crystal:

What was started in 1996 by a group of Irish immigrants with a commitment to preventing an ancient craft from disappearing, has become a truly Canadian story of respect for tradition, beauty and fine craftsmanship. NovaScotian Crystal takes the craft of crystal making and elevates it to the realm of artistry. From the original design to the mouth-blown shape to the hand-cut pattern, every piece is unique and bears the mark of the maker.

Located on the historic Halifax waterfront, NovaScotian Crystal is Canada’s only mouth-blown, hand-cut crystal maker. Their mandate is to produce top quality crystal, proudly made in Nova Scotia by local artisans, while fostering local artists, supporting local business and providing superior customer service.

A single piece of NovaScotian Crystal takes from three days to three weeks of production and may be touched by no fewer than twelve craftsman.

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