Duralex

French Bistro Tumbler Glasses

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Duralex

French Bistro Tumbler Glasses

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We’ll never stop loving these.

Voila! The original Duralex drinking glass shape is still a worldwide fave (and one many Europeans remember fondly from their childhoods). And we don’t have to wonder why they have such longevity—Duralex invented a tempering process to toughen up their glassware so it’s chip- and impact-resistant. As for the design, its iconic nine-sided shape is said to have been inspired by the gothic cathedrals famous in the northern French region of Picardie (that's "Picardy" to us Americans), but we also like it for its easy-to-hold, easy-to-care-for functionality. It’s the kind of tumbler that you’ll have on hand for morning orange juice, lunchtime spritzers, a mini-cappuccino pick-me-up, or a casual glass of wine in the evening—just like a French bistro would. Dishwasher-safe and a breeze to stack, you’ll keep these sparkly glasses for years and years of memories.

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Duralex

France
Chances are you may recognize the Duralex brand (they’re sold in over 90 countries around the world). Founded in 1929, they still produce their classic tumblers in La Chapelle-Saint-Mesmin, in the heart of France. But while Duralex is known for iconic glass designs, they’re just as notable for their durability: In 1939, Duralex invented tempered glass—you know, the technique of extra high heat and fast cooling that makes glass twice as strong as the regular stuff (yeah, we didn’t know that either—neat, huh?).
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