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About Waterford Writing Instruments

The Waterford story started back in 1783, when brothers George and William Penrose founded a crystal manufacturing business in the Irish port of Waterford. They were extraordinarily adept at their chosen profession, crafting crystal so pure that they quickly found themselves the city’s largest exporters, sending their wares to locations around the world. Inside of a century, the company folded under financial constraints, but things don’t end there. Another century later, in 1947, Waterford was reborn at a site just a (proverbial) stone’s throw from the original location. And though the location has changed, the dedication to fine craftsmanship and unparalleled products—from crystal glassware to fine writing implements—is just as strong as ever.

Past Sales Featuring Waterford Writing Instruments

Sale Ended October 20, 2012

Wedding Essentials: Cool Groomsman Gifts

They’re standing by your side on your big day — here’s your chance to show them how much you appreciate it. From stylish accessories to amazing finds like a 1963 Gibson SG Junior, this sale has everything you need to get your groomsman gift game on lock.

Sale Ended September 11, 2011

Waterford Writing Instruments

We like our technology just as much as the next guy, but there’s a lot to be said for the simple act of putting ink to paper. And that’s where this collection of fine pens from the luxury experts at Waterford comes in. From intricately engraved titanium to deep orange resins, each is a work of exceptional craftsmanship that will serve you well for years to come.

Sale Ended October 19, 2011

Subway Style: 1 Train to the Office

The 1 train cuts across the west side of NYC, from the very tip of lower Manhattan, all the way up to the Bronx. No surprise, then, that a whole lot of dapper guys pass through its doors each day on their way to the office. Here, a collection of gear to take you to work in similarly well-appointed style. Go ahead and suit up.