Val St. Lambert
Val Saint-Lambert, a Belgian crystal glassware manufacturer, was founded in 1826 in an abandoned Abbey. The founders, M. Kemlin, a chemist, and M. Leliѐvre, of Vonêche crystal works, built new workshops and houses for their employees who quickly became skilled experts in glassware manufacturing. Being a major Belgian glassware company, Val Saint-Lambert initially created many cut crystal pieces as well as colored Victorian style glassware. Later, they became highly recognized for their Art Nouveau and Art Deco designs. The company continues to produce exquisite glassware and often works with contemporary designers to make contemporary glass pieces.