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GLASSWARE, WATER GLASS, TALL, 2 PCS, ROSE

SPECIFICATIONSCOLOUR: ROSEQUANTITY: 2 PCSMATERIAL: GLASDIAM: 65 MMHEIGHT: 110 MMCONTENTS: 25 CLWEIGHT: 0,260 KGTABLEWARE is a new collection consisting of a ceramic dinnerware set, water glasses and wineglasses in coloured glass, created and designed by architect Mikkel Lang Mikkelsen. This water glass is in the colour rose and has a smaller base, which gives it an organic look. The water glass comes in a set of two and is perfect for water, coffee or lemonade.A FESTIVE TOUCHThe drinking glass has a beautiful and simple shape, which makes it light and elegant to look at and comfortable to hold. The coloured glass gives your everyday life a festive touch, making it suitable for both weekdays and festive occasions. The delicate rose-coloured glass is beautiful on its own for a consistent look but can also be paired with other colours – this will create a lovely and inviting play of colours on your table. The shape and colour of the drinking glass make it fit into both the minimalistic décor style and the eccentric home.The drinking glass can be used as a water glass or for other drinks – the coloured glass will only make the drinks more appetizing and inviting. You can also use the glass for your favourite tea or coffee, or serve snacks, ice cream and desserts in it.CLEANINGThe drinking glass can easily be cleaned with warm water and soap and is dishwasher proof. The glass can be stacked, making it ideal for even a home with limited space. The glass is handmade in solid-coloured borosilicate glass, which means that the glass endures both boiling water and minus degrees as well as maintaining its beautiful colour over time. The drinking glass comes in several different colours: smoke, green, blue and amber.The drinking glass is designed by Danish design studio Studio About, which explores the contrast between the organic and the industrial through a playful approach.