Blue Cancun

Handblown Glass Recycled Wine Drinkware Goblets (Set of 6)

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SKU: 72189
Description
The infinite blue of sky and sea graces a crystalline ambiance of blown glass. Inspired by the beauty of Cancun's beaches, artisans from the Novica Collection create a set of goblets. Their deep cups capture the bouquet of fine red wine and grace the well-set table.

Because each piece is handmade, shape and size can vary slightly and tiny bubbles may appear within the glass. This exemplifies the hand-blown technique, making every piece a unique example of blown glass craftsmanship.
  • Recycled blown glass
  • Dishwasher: use top rack only. Hand wash recommended.
  • Free of lead and toxins
  • This hand blown item may vary slightly in color, size and shape
  • 4.48 lbs
  • Goblets (6): 7.3 inches H x 3.5 inches Diam.
  • 10 oz.
  • Made in Mexico

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Novica Handblown Collection

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