Adorn your dinner party with this set of six art nouveau-inspired wine glasses, each one has its own individual style from the pattern of the glass to the shape of the coupe so that your guests can choose the one that speaks to them.
This glassware is made in the pate-de-verre style, a technique used in ancient Rome and Egypt and then highly developed during the early 1900s in which a paste is created from powdered glass and then fired in a furnace. It's an incredibly slow process which requires a large amount of skilled craftsmanship to avoid cracking and cloudiness. It means that bubbles will be visible in the glass due to the handmade nature. We call these 'Charm Bubbles' and think they add an extra something to the look and feel.