+ more

Upon receiving permission for a glassworks by King Louis XV in 1764, Baccarat - named after the French town in which it was founded - began producing window panes, mirrors and stemware, before branching into crystal in the early 19th century. Following a royal commission, the brand’s reputation went global, with chandeliers and barware added to the mix. Today, the brand is a go-to for elegant homewares that embrace both traditional cutwork techniques and smart, modern design, lining mantelpieces, kitchen cabinets and tables with eye-catching pieces to collect and treasure. Marking its 250th anniversary in 2014, Baccarat introduced Rouge 540, a captivating fragrance - in a limited edition of 250 - encased in a 1940s--inspired crystal bottle.- less