A range of QVC glassware, silverware and dishware will be introduced in Ireland from next year, including silverware from a variety of brands including Sir William Lee, Dyson, and Alfa Romeo.
The silverware will feature an array of handcrafted finishes, including a range of hand-carved silverware that features an engraving of the word ‘Sir William’ along with the QVC logo.
The range will also include silverware made of genuine silver, and will include a range including hand-painted silverware with the company’s iconic blue ‘QVC’ logo.
The QVC Silverware collection, which is expected to include approximately 4,000 pieces, is expected start shipping to customers in 2018.
The QVCS silverware collection will include over 1,000 hand-crafted pieces including silver plaques, bowls and bowls with engraved bowls.
Sir William Lee is one of the company ‘s most iconic brands, with the Sir William brand currently owned by Sir Robert Devereux, who is the chairman of QVCC, Ireland’s first ever multi-billionaire.
Sir William’s silver was used in the creation of the QVLC and the company launched a range in 2018 of silverware to commemorate its centenary.
The company will also launch its first silverware of a type that will not only be hand-made but also hand-held.
QVC has a long-standing relationship with the Irish government, having been a member of the Government since the 1970s.
It is currently the countrys largest employer, with more than 11,000 employees in the country.
It is also a supplier to several other companies, including The Irish Times, which it owns, as well as a range that includes food-service companies such as Osteria Ommegang, the first to introduce a vegetarian option to their menu.