Jancis Robinson Polishing Cloth - Richard Brendon

Richard Brendon

Jancis Robinson Polishing Cloth

£20.00

Ensure that your new Jancis Robinson x Richard Brendon glassware remains gleaming with this specifically designed Polishing Cloth. Similar to those used in the diamond industry, this microfibre fabric removes dust, fingerprints, streaks and water, without leaving fluff, fibre or lint.

In 1984 Jancis Robinson became the first person outside of the wine trade to become a Master of Wine. Decanter Magazine has described her as “the most respected wine critic and journalist in the world”. Awarded an OBE at home, she has also received recognition of her service to wine in France, Germany and the US. And as well as being the wine correspondent for the Financial Times and authoring and editing countless books on the subject, she is also a member of the Royal Household Wine Committee who choose wine for the Queen. It’s hard to imagine anyone more qualified to design the ultimate wine vessels.

Richard Brendon creates fashionable and abiding tableware utilising the skills of master craftsmen. His fiercely modern designs have a touch of the Art Deco era glamour and challenge the perceptions of traditional bone china and cut crystal glassware. Richard himself is a Notting Hill native who, while working at a bar to pay his way through design school, fell in love with antique tableware at Portobello Market. When you see his work, what all too obvious is that it will be his timeless pieces inspiring tomorrow’s great designers and being fought over at premium antique shops for centuries to come.

SKU No.: 2851234

Style No.: 708500

Machine wash at 40°C using odourless soap.

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