Come by Booth #743 at the 48th Safari Club International Hunters’ Convention in Reno, Nevada February 5-8, 2020 to look very closely at the incredible detail on each piece of Queen Lace Crystal. From the smallest cordial glass to the largest decanter, every piece is hand-held to one of 50 flying copper wheels as each stroke of the design is engraved into the crystal by hand.
From the foot of the Black Forest in Germany, Queen Lace Crystal is entirely handblown, hand cut and hand polished by European master craftsmen. It is then engraved with the rare copper-wheel technique developed during the Renaissance. Copper-Wheel engraving is considered one of the most difficult art forms known to man as the craft takes 10 years to master. A single engraving takes more than 24 hours to complete.
Queen Lace Crystal offers stemware, barware, decorative accessories, corporate gifts, bridal registry and custom creations. Their two distinct series are the African (Elephant, Lion, Giraffe, Cape Buffalo, Rhino, Sable, Leopard and Kudu) and American (Stag, Fox, Quail, Pheasant, Doe, Turkey, Whitetail Deer and Duck) assortments. They offer a wide range of designs ranging from Horses, Dogs, Birds, Fish, logos, inscriptions, family crests and custom designs.
Queen Lace Crystal has been with SCI since the beginning and are a family business of over 75 years. Drop off a card to enter a raffle on a special piece at Booth #743 at the 48th Safari Club International Hunters’ Convention.
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