Designed for everyday use, these highly durable stacking glasses hold your water by your beside table or a cocktail come happy hour. They are machine-made for uniformity with soda-lime glass, a material known for its hardness and recyclability. The craftsmen who produce these glasses are trained in traditional Japanese glass-making techniques. Each piece undergoes a toughening treatment along the top of the glass to prevent it from shattering should breakage ever occur, while also creating a stronger surface overall. This method is unlike other standard models that treat the entire glass. The company that makes these glasses offers simple yet durable pieces that hold up to frequent use. The stackable tumblers are the recipients of the Good Design Award and the Long Life Design, determined by the Japan Institute of Design Promotion.
Dishwasher safe. Do not use for microwaving or any direct heating.
The company that makes these glasses is the result of two of the oldest and largest glass companies in Japan merging together. The two businesses perfected their crafts by learning and adapting the best European and Asian glassware methods. Today, the unified company continues to offer both hand- and machine-made products. With the combination of long-standing traditions and Hard Strong glass-strengthening technologies, they continue to lead Japan’s glassware industry.
For serving water, cocktails and other refreshments. Made with award-winning soda-lime glass specially formulated by a Japanese glassware company. Stackable design for easy storage. Holds 7 fluid ounces. Comes in set of six. (more info)
2 ½ inches wide x 3 inches tall
(6.3 cm x 7.6 cm)
7 fluid ounces
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