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Serapha Wine Glass, 10.5 oz.

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Estimated Delivery Sep 26 - Sep 30th
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MSRP: $23.00
$14.00
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Item Description

The soft ameboid shape and gently hammered texture of this glass seem worthy for a party of angels, so that is why it is named Serapha Wine Glass. The generous curve of this roughly triangular-shaped glass makes for easy drinking and impressed guests. Hammered texture comes from the hand-hammered molds in which the glass is blown. Yes, every little dent or ripple is the impression of the human hand. The resulting play of light through the glass is as elegant as it is alluring. Machine washable.

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Dimensions
  • Overall: 8.7"H x 3.4"D
Specifications
  • Color: Clear
  • Weight: 0.72 Lbs.
  • Material: Glass
  • Assembly Required: No
Shipping
  • Ships Ground
  • Ships for free
Care
  • Dishwasher Safe.
Made in
  • China
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