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Zafferano Perle Wine Goblets, Set of 2

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Color: Transparent
Product Overview
A stunning addition to any glassware collection. Designed in Italy by Federico de Majo and hand-crafted by master glassblowers, the Zafferano Perle Wine Goblets stand out with their transparent, yet softly shaded finish. Choose between mesmerizing cobalt blue, gray, aquamarine or amber-colored designs to complement your table setting or decor. These wine glasses pair well with other glassware from the Perle range.
Product Details
    • Height: 7.5"
    • Diameter: 3.2"
    • Capacity: 10 oz.
  • Materials:Glass
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A touch of color

The unique look of Perle is achieved using a traditional method of twisting the glass before breaking it. Inspired by traditional Venetian Murano glassware, each goblet is hand-made for a truly unique, one-of-a-kind piece. This set of 2 makes a perfect gift for a special couple in your life.

Master crafted

Whether you’re going for a modern or classic look, these swoon-worthy Venetian-inspired wine goblets make for an instant conversation starter. The glasses come in several color options, each adorned with a transparent polka-dotted pattern for added visual interest.

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Zafferano America is the exclusive distributor of the award-winning lighting and glassware designs of Federico de Majo of Venice, Italy. Born and raised in Venice, Italy, Federico de Majo spent much of his formative years on the fiery factory floor of his family’s glass-blowing business, Vetreria De Majo. It is in the studio of Vetreria De Majo where he first learned the historical techniques of glass blowing, and later began developing a body of work. Federico currently lives and works in the lush countryside of Treviso, while his soul is securely anchored to the island of Murano.

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