Brand :- Lucaris Crystal
Brand Category :- Home and Kitchen
LUCARIS is one the Recognized manufacturing Brand of Glassware and Table Ware products
LUCARIS Glassware is one the Biggest name in the Premium Category Tableware, Glassware and Crockery Products. Every Hotel, Resort, Restaurant always needs Glasses for Wine, Dine, Water, Juice Whisky Etc. and the Top Most Premium Brand in this Category is LUCARIS Glassware
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Lucaris Glassware Catalog
Example of Products manufactured By Lucaris
- Red Wine Glasses
- White Wine Glasses
- Champagne Glasses
- Shot Glasses
- Water Glasses
- Juice Glasses
- Whisky Glasses
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LUCARIS CRYSTAL OF MODERN WORLD CATALOGUE 2021-2022
LUCARIS OF MODERN WORLD CATALOGUE 2020-2021
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What crystal is used for glassware?
Glassware can be made from a variety of materials: silica, soda-ash, soda-lime, potash, zinc, lead, barium, and, more recently, titanium
Is crystal safe to drink from?
Therefore, food or beverage consumed from crystal glassware are completely safe! You can safely use your crystal stemware and barware to serve wine, water and other beverage. No liquid stays in the glass long enough during any meal to leach lead that exceeds any EPA standards
Why is glass called crystal?
The name is derived from the Italian term “Cristallo”, which was used for high-end hand-blown glass in Murano, Italy. Its association with sophistication makes crystal desirable and higher in price than glass.