The Harcourt 1841 collection, the oldest in the Baccarat archive, is reputed for its iconic design.
Since its creation in 1841, Harcourt 1841 stemware has been selected by Pope John-Paul II, the Queen of Thailand, the King of Morocco, and many other important figures. The Harcourt 1841 collection has also been a staple of French power, used during the age of Napoleon III to the contemporaneous Palais de l’Elysée. The Harcourt 1841 champagne flute is notable for its architectural form. Baccarat’s craftsmanship is apparent from every angle: the geometry of the bowl’s flat cut sides echoes that of the beveled stem and hexagonal foot. Sipping from a Harcourt 1841 glass is taking part in Baccarat’s storied and elegant past. A Harcourt 1841 tall champagne flute with a slightly narrower silhouette is also available.