The road from Waterford to Dungarvan is flanked on the right by the Comeragh Mountains. The Comeraghs are a range of twelve mountains that provide breath-taking views particularly for those hardy hill walkers who seek out its many glaciated lakes and valleys.
One of the most spectacular and often visited spots in the area is the Mahon Falls. A tall cascade glistens as the Mahon river water empties from a mountain lake then rushes down through the spacious valley before entering the sea at Bonmahon.
Inspired by this rugged landscape, Martin Croke has sought to capture the contrast between the smooth flowing water and the sharp rocks it surges off. The Falls are represented by a broad band of long upright cuts, bounded on either side by a sharp criss-cross diamond pattern – a tumbling rocky backdrop that reflects the pure mountain light from the continuous splash of the Falls.
Mahon Falls pattern is hand cut in Waterford by the Crystal Masters Artisans, renowned worldwide as the finest practitioners of the ancient art of glass-cutting. Each piece of crystal is individually marked, cut and checked by a master of the craft. This combination of artistry, skill, and craft guarantees that Cashs Crystal is unique, precious, timeless and truly Irish.
Since 1976 Cashs of Ireland has been synonimus with fine crystal and Irish gifts fashioned by hand in traditional ways by skilled Irish craftsmen.
First founded in Cork, Ireland, Cashs crystal and jewelry are now hand crafted in several factories in Waterford, Ireland, long known as a center of fine crystal.
Each piece of Cashs Crystal is hand cut and polished by skilled artisans with hundreds of years of combined experience in creating crystal masterpieces.
Some items that require technology not available in Ireland are crafted on old continental European production lines, using Irish design and glass mixtures, never compromising the quality.
Each piece of Cashs is hand wrapped in soft velvet pouch and delivered to our customers in an immaculate gift box.