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Two of the wonderful heavy based absinthe short tumbler glasses (9oz/240ml) in a beautiful presentation box.
Absinthe Original glasses add a touch of style to absinthe drinking. Each lowball glass is engraved with exceptional detail, using a technique perfected and developed by skilled Czech craftsmen over many years. The tradition of glass making in the Czech Republic dates back to the Middle Ages and Czech craftsmen are well recognized all over the world for their flawlessly crafted glassware. These elegant absinthe rocks glasses are the perfect way in which to enjoy a glass of fine absinthe. The glasses come in a set of 2 - an elegant set to add to your existing glassware collection. Perfect for your bar stock or for everyday use. Absinthe bottles are not part of the glasses and they have to be purchased separately.
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Glasses are attractively boxed for perfect giving!
This sparkling crystal glasses set comes in a gift box, no other glasses are packaged this nicely, they make a perfect gift for men or women on birthdays, Mother's or Father's Day, engagements, weddings, anniversaries, christening or Christmas. Whether you're buying this for yourself or presenting it as a gift, you simply can't go wrong with high quality glasses set.
Each Glass is approximately 3.5 inches tall and 3 inches in diameter. Dishwasher safe but handle with care - for the best experience see our care instructions below.
Glasses Care Instructions
Wash glasses with care. What exactly do we mean by that? Glasses can be washed in the dishwasher without turning gray, but you should always use the gentle program and ensure that the glass is not mechanically damaged in the dishwasher – that is, that it stands upright, does not come into contact with other dishes or glasses, and that the rinsing arms do not get caught on it.
Large temperature fluctuations should be avoided. The glass does not like abrupt changes in temperature between hot and cold water. As a result, avoid exposing glasses to rapid temperature changes.
Did you know that...?
During Rudolf II's reign, Czech glass saw a remarkable renaissance. New technologies and processing processes arose, aided by Italian masters' knowledge. Cutting as a decorative technique was primarily utilized on natural stone in the form of glyptics (notably engraving in rock crystal) during the time, and Czech etched and cut glass became a genuine concept. It was the first time this technique was used in glass-making.