Posts tagged "History"

How Baccarat Glassware is Made, Part Two

From the alchemy, to mixing the sand and potasse, to the many important final touches, over 30 hands (with at least 15 years of experience each) have participated in the making of the most unique pieces. Learn about the different stages of glassmaking, starting with the hot process, and ending here with the cold process.

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How Baccarat Glassware is Made, Part One

Making a Baccarat crystal piece takes patience, precision, expertise, and a whole team of people. From the alchemy, to mixing the sand and potasse, to the many important final touches, over 30 hands (with at least 15 years of experience each) have participated in the making of the most unique pieces. Learn about the different stages of glassmaking, starting here with the hot process, and ending with the cold process.

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Understanding Baccarat's Heritage

Understanding the Baccarat brand, products, and everything they represent isn’t possible without understanding the intricate heritage behind them. From the Meilleur Ouvrier de France, to the apprentice, to the engraver, there are many people, processes, and much precision in our heritage — and they’re integral parts of what makes us, us. So when it comes to Baccarat, what is heritage?

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Inside Baccarat Manufacture: Glassmaking & More

INSIDE THE BACCARAT MANUFACTURE

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7 Places to Find Baccarat Around the World

Baccarat crystal has had an eternal life since its inception. A tour of the Maison Baccarat in Paris and its heritage collection takes you from Monaco (with the service created for His Serene Highness Prince Rainier to Her Serene Highness Grace), to Japan with the glasses engraved for His Imperial Highness Mutsuhito, of the Meiji Family.

You can enjoy such commissions at the Elysée Palace or the Vatican, but short of a state dinner, we invite you to discover seven places around the world where you can be fully immersed in Baccarat’s style.

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