Moroccan Recycled Bottle Glasses & Carafe
A kitchen classic from Marrakech.
Beldi glasses have been staples in Moroccan homes since the 1940s, and we can see why. The trademark raised edge, besides adding a whimsical touch, makes these easy to hold even when serving hot mint tea (which is what these are customarily used for.) We also love the glasses and matching carafe for orange juice and summer cocktails—or even fresh flowers when they’re out on an open shelf. Oh, and each piece is mouth-blown from recycled cola and beer bottles (neat, huh?).
Photography by Ty Mecham, Bobbi Lin
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Recycled soda and beer bottles
Mini is 2" in diameter x 3.125"H and holds 2 ounces
Short is 2.4" in diameter x 4"H and holds 3 ounces
Tall is 3" in diameter x 5"H and holds 4 ounces
Carafe is 4" in diameter x 7.8"H and holds 35 ounces
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