Fluted Crystal Cocktail Glasses
Jazz Age inspired.
Don’t be surprised if these mouth-blown crystal beauties remind you of a 1920s soirée: Richard Brendon designed them with the luxury Gleneagles Hotel in Britain while drawing inspiration from the cocktail glasses of the art deco era. (Neat, huh?) They make a perfect fit for the hotel’s opulent American Bar—and we think they’d be the bee’s knees on your bar cart, as well.
Photography by Bobbi Lin, Ty Mecham
Details & Materials +-
Small Coupe is 3.5" in diameter x 5.5"H; Large Coupe is 4.3" in diameter x 5.9"H; Double Old Fashioned is 3.3" in diameter x 3.5"H
Care & Notes +-
Wash by hand with warm soapy water and a soft sponge. Scouring pads or abrasive washing agents should not be used. Do not put your crystal in the dishwasher as the detergents can permanently dull or scratch the surface. Dry your crystal immediately after washing using a lint-free cloth. Do not put your crystal in a microwave or conventional oven. Do not store your crystal glasses upside-down, the lip of the glass is delicate and may be damaged under the weight of the glass.
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