Alambika

Cocktail Glass - Antoinette Coupe Classic 7oz

$9.00
$9.00

 

  • A cocktail glass with a legendary past
  • A classic that will never go out of style

Legend has it that the first champagne glass was molded on the breast of Marie Antoinette (1755-1793), Queen of France and wife of Louis XVI.

This replica of the 40s is reminiscent of a bygone era of shiny shoes, wailing crooners and champagne by the crate. It is an addition of the utmost chic to any special event, as this particular cut is rather hard to find. We were therefore delighted to name it queen of our new regular collection.

 


 


 

  • A cocktail glass with a legendary past
  • A classic that will never go out of style

Legend has it that the first champagne glass was molded on the breast of Marie Antoinette (1755-1793), Queen of France and wife of Louis XVI.

This replica of the 40s is reminiscent of a bygone era of shiny shoes, wailing crooners and champagne by the crate. It is an addition of the utmost chic to any special event, as this particular cut is rather hard to find. We were therefore delighted to name it queen of our new regular collection.

 


 

  • Material: Lead Crystal
  • Capacity: 210
  • Best Uses: Champagne,Cocktail
  • Dishwasher Safe: Yes
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  • Brand: Alambika

Free shipping within Canada on orders above $125 (before taxes).
Purchases under $125 are shipped across Canada at a low flat rate cost of only $12,95. Note that the conditions stated above apply to all locations that can be reached by normal land mail.
Before shipping, each glass and item is carefully and individually checked to be sure that everything is in perfect condition. Glasses are then protected with bubble wrap and other shock absorbing products.
Unless otherwise specified, all our shipping is done using the Accelerated parcel service from Canada Post.
Please be aware that some items cannot be shipped during winter months. That includes non-alcoholic beverages and spirits. Since those products don't contain alcohol, sugar or salt, the bottles freeze and have a high chance of exploding during transportation. We apologize for the inconvenience.