We went as a family. The children enjoyed it, the staff were good, and the craftsmen engaged with the public. It's a small boutique operation. You might think it's all for show reading some of the less positive reviews, but seriously, do you really want to go back to the 1980s and walk into an industrial facility, or the 1990s where the pile-em-high and sell-em-cheap stock price controlled mentality reigned (which is what ruined the original model)? And this business about 'made [somewhere else]' - Honestly?! Next time you buy you designer label, your smart phone, walk into a fancy [insert grumpy chef's name] restaurant, I don't hear you complaining about country-of-origin, sweatshops, or that a famous chef isn't plating-up you dish. So to those nay-sayers: It was designed by the Irish, so it's called Waterford Crystal. And if you want something cheap, buy a straw with your wine bottle in future.
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