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S/6 Artois Water Glasses

$65.00
Est. Arrival: Jul 25 - Jul 30
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CARE Avoid thermal shock; dishwasher safe.
COLOR clear
DIMENSIONS 3.25"Dia x 5"H
MADE OF glass
SET OF 6
SKU 77111915
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 25 - Jul 30
RETURNS This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
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Founded in 1475 in France, La Rochère is the oldest continuously running glass factory in Europe. The pieces are produced using a two-part mold, a custom manufacturing technique that gives its glassware its iconic seam. The company regularly introduces modern insights and designs into its collections to create timeless, contemporary objects.
Why we love this

Delicate etchings and a flared pedestal lend this set of water glasses elegant movement and depth. Dishwasher safe for quick and easy cleanup. Made in France.

About the Brand
Founded in 1475 in France, La Rochère is the oldest continuously running glass factory in Europe. The pieces are produced using a two-part mold, a custom manufacturing technique that gives its glassware its iconic seam. The company regularly introduces modern insights and designs into its collections to create timeless, contemporary objects.
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