Tumbler Hobstar Gold Rim 355ml (limited edition)
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Six and Sons
Haarlemmerdijk 31h, 1013 KA Amsterdam
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The Hobstar tumbler glasses from Libbey are made of high-quality glass in heavy quality. This makes the glasses extra durable and they break less quickly and can simply be put in the dishwasher after use. The glasses are ideal for beautiful cocktails but are also widely used as water, whiskey, and soft drink glasses.
Content: 355 ml
Dishwasher safe: Yes
Dimensions: H 10.7 cm
Diameter: Ø 8.9 cm
Warning: HANDWASH ONLY!
This limited edition tumbler with a hand-painted golden rim offers a vintage-inspired serving for your favorite spirits and cocktails. A wavy irregular golden pattern is added along the edge of the glass, making the vintage look complete. The imperfect golden rim gives the glass a luxurious and unique touch. Perfect for all your special occasions. Bringing back a classic style, these rock glasses are the perfect finishing touch to your home bar.
Libbey glasses are decorated with exquisite Hobstar carved patterns. The glasses decorated with this pattern have been made as far back as the early 20th century, the Golden Age of American crystal design.