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Royal Doulton Prism 2-Piece Tumbler Set $33.15 (RRP $199) + Delivery (Free C&C Sydney) @ Peter's of Kensington


Available until 11:59pm 31st May 2024 while stocks last, use the coupon code BUDGET15.

The Prism Tumbler set brings the best of contemporary design with a polished finish and simple, elegant shapes.

This is brilliant, heavy crystal that shines and sparkles in the light. Tumblers that call for the most refined whisky, gin and vodka. James Bond would expect nothing less.


  • Designed in England
  • Made from 24% lead crystal
  • Presented as a set of two tumblers
  • Hand wash recommended

Set Contains: 2 x 300ml Tumblers.

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  • +5

    HOW many actually SOLD at $199?

  • -4
    • +3

      24% Pb glass vs Pb free…
      Not debating that they are functionally the same, but people will pay extra for the lead. I don't necessarily agree these are the "same"

      • -1

        I prefer to limit Lead exposure

        • +1

          You know, I thought I'd actually look this up, since I was initially thinking "Surely this thing can't leach that much lead into the drink"…

          Several studies have demonstrated that merely serving food or drink in glassware containing lead oxide can cause lead to leach into the contents, even when the glassware has not been used for storage. The amount of lead released increases with the acidity of the substance being served. Vinegar has been shown to cause more rapid leaching compared to white wine, as vinegar is more acidic. Citrus juices and other acidic drinks leach lead from crystal as effectively as alcoholic beverages. Daily usage of lead crystalware (without longer-term storage) was found to add up to 14.5 μg of lead from drinking a 350ml cola beverage.

          The amount of lead released into a food or drink increases with the amount of time it stays in the vessel. In a study performed at North Carolina State University, the amount of lead migration was measured for port wine stored in lead crystal decanters. After two days, lead levels were 89 μg/L (micrograms per liter). After four months, lead levels were between 2,000 and 5,000 μg/L. White wine doubled its lead content within an hour of storage and tripled it within four hours. Some brandy stored in lead crystal for over five years had lead levels around 20,000 μg/L. from Wiki

          It does continue that the lead leaching decreases over time as the lead doesn't leach through the amorphous solid and is only leached at the interface with the liquid, so perhaps the best thing would be to fill the glasses with water or something for a few days at a time to leach the initial amount out?

          • @astevens: I'm not risking it and going with the lead free option…

    • +4

      NOT the same. YOUR link IS for 250ml generic version.

      …amongst other differences

      • -3

        NOT the same

        I prefer 250ml for my whiskey….

        I can use the savings to upgrade from Johnny Walker Red.

        • +5

          You should start a Go Fund Me Page . Nobody should have to drink JW Red .

          • +1


            Nobody should have to drink JW Red .

            It's for when the in-laws visit…

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