Webb Corbett is a British glassware manufacturer, located in Stourbridge.
Irene Stevens joined Webb Corbett as a designer in 1946. L. Green designed its 1958 Bouquet range of cut glass. David Marquess of Queensberry was retained as a consultant designer in the early 1960s. He designed it 1963 Queensberry-Harlequin range, including centrepieces, bowls, vases and tumblers, decorated in a stark geometrical pattern in clear cut glass.
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