2 Deco Gobelets - Clear & Opaque Mint
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Maison Balzac and Catherine Martin have created these crystal clear gobelets elevated by a mint cloud. The chicest way to enjoy a glass of water.
CATHERINE MARTIN COLLECTION
Pastels and palms reign supreme in the paradise of Maison Balzac’s newest collaboration with celebrated film and costume designer, Catherine Martin.
A mood of tropical glamour is crystallised in a collection of exquisite glassware pieces and a signature candle scent, turning a maximalist lens to the table and transporting you to lush interiors where velvet leopards stalk and the cocktails are always chilled…
Platters, candelabras and wine glasses flourish with eternal palm fronds, gobelets and cocktail glasses float on delicately tinted clouds, and candle holders confidently adorn blush pink jewels. Meanwhile, the rich, feline scent of the Panthera leopard’s fur fills the air - a deliciously warm and inviting candle creation drawing you in with notes of clove, guaiac wood and peru balsam.
Each Maison Balzac borosilicate glass is meticulously hand blown and shaped by skilled makers.
Colour: Clear/Opaque Mint.
Dimensions: Height 11.5cm, Diameter at Base 8cm, Diameter at Mouth 8.4cm, Capacity Approx 450ml.
Made from 100% Borosilicate glass.
Maison Balzac glassware is hand blown, and as a result slight variances in shape, size and colour may occur. These variances are part of the inherent charm of handmade products, and should not be considered a fault. Any irregularities that may occur will never deter from the overall aesthetic of the product, or hinder its ability to be used as intended.
COMPOSITION & CARE
Although all Maison Balzac glassware is dishwasher safe, we recommend gently hand washing with a soft bristle brush as these are precious glasses!
Avoid using strong alkali soaps, as these may damage the glass.
Take care not to bump glassware against hard surfaces or other vessels during cleaning.
Avoid putting ice directly in the empty glass; add the liquid first, then add ice and drink up!