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.

Works

Webb Corbett Pirouette Goblets Stemware Fine Crystal England 1960s Vintage Cut Crystal Mid-Century Barware Large Wine
Webb Corbett Pirouette Goblets Stemware Fine Crystal England 1960s Vintage Cut Crystal Mid-Century Barware Large Wine
Webb Corbett art deco enamelled biscuit tin with the top lid.
Webb Corbett art deco enamelled biscuit tin with the top lid.
Vintage Blue Crystal Paperweight by Webb Corbett of England
Vintage Blue Crystal Paperweight by Webb Corbett of England
Webb Corbett (England) glass
Webb Corbett (England) glass

Sources

Byars, M., & Riley, T. (2004). The design encyclopedia. Laurence King Publishing.

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