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Tipperary Crystal is an Irish design company based in Dublin. [1] Tipperary Crystal is an Irish crystal design and manufacturing company founded in 1987 by former Waterford Crystal -craftsmen In Ireland. [2]


In 1996, there was a high court case about the shareholding in which three minority shareholders complained about their actual share holding. [3]

Examples of the collection are in the collection of the Hunt Museum. [4]

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  1. http://www.tipperarycrystal.com/contact [ bare URL ]
  2. Sybil Connolly (1994). Irish Hands: The Tradition of Beautiful Crafts. Hearst Books. p. 40. ISBN   978-0-688-11011-6.
  3. High Court refuses petition in Tipperary Crystal action
  4. Tipperary Crystal Vase