Royal Brierley Barra
One of the most fashionable trends in recent years is to dress our homes in a more personal and eclectic way. No more matching furniture and soft furnishings but textures, materials and colours are mixed. For the novice, getting the mix right can be daunting, but going with what you like is the order of the day. Tableware has taken on this design philosophy with contemporary patterns themed but not matching. Our biggest selling range in 2016 was Royal Doulton Pacific
. The eclectic looks transfers well into glassware and the new royal Brierley Barra collection explores colour and texture on a more individual basis. Each tumbler in the collection has been hand cut differently giving four unique patterns. Glasses have been blushed with muted tones of amethyst
, ink blue, olive green
and smoke to create a range which is perfect for bright summer days or warm cosy evenings. The bowls are rounded and ergonomically perfect to sit snugly in the hand, they are equally at home accommodating everything from a good malt to freshly squeezed orange juice. Like all Royal Brierley Glassware, the connection to Scotland remains strong. The Isles of Barra and Vatersay are the most Southerly inhabited islands in the Outer Hebrides and the most Westerly in the U.K. Accessible by either air or ferry, the island is home to over a thousand people with the population rising gently over the last 20 years. Steeped in History the island is becoming ever more popular with tourists as we all look for an escape from the pace of modern day life. With white sandy beaches and spectacular scenery, you should fill your Barra tumbler with your favourite tipple, sit back, close your eyes and lose yourself in the peace and tranquillity of Barra.