Malfatti Prosecco Glasses (Set of 2)
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Pop the bubbly, life is lovely.
These aren't your average champagne flutes. Malfatti is Italian for "misshapen", but in the case of these glasses, we think imperfection equals perfection. Each glass is hand blown, and the shape is slightly different for each glass, with gently warped curves. The gentle slope of the side is designed to keep your carbonated wine nice and bubbly.
"Even cheap bubbly tastes good in these glasses, and they're the perfect vessel for my favorite drink—an Aperol Spritz." —Hillary Pollak, Customer Care Specialist
Photography by Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
Beacon, New York
2.25" W x 5.5" H, holds approx. 10 ounces
Care & Notes -
Dishwasher safe, though handwashing is recommended.
Meet the Maker
The Ten Willow Studio creative team is Daniel Spitzer, master glassblower and former Dale Chihuly crew member, and Jill Reynolds, an award-winning visual artist known for her innovative use of flameworked glass. They make Malfatti glassware, as well as creations that range from large-scale installation pieces to individual chandeliers and sculpture. No matter the scope, every work is shaped by their belief in the power of light and art to enhance the spirit of a space.View Full Profile
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