Espresso glass cups

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Fabrice Gibilaro designer espresso glasses . Box of 6 La Rochère espresso glasses. Free delivery subject to the conditions below.

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32,34 €

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These La Rochère espresso glasses are made from pressed glass. The espresso glasses measure: height 66mm, length 70mm, width 56mm and capacity 9cl. The 6 glasses have each have an oval saucer, measuring as follows: height 13mm, length 121mm, width 87mm.

 These pressed glass espresso cups are signed by Fabrice Gibilaro.

We recommend washing Sydney glasses by hand.

blown glass

These wine glasses come with free 8 day delivery in France.

La Rochère is the oldest artistic glassworks in France. This glassworks has been making French wine glasses in the Lorraine-Franche Comté area since 1475.

glass made in France

These La Rochère espresso glasses are made from pressed glass. The espresso glasses measure: height 66mm, length 70mm, width 56mm and capacity 9cl. The 6 glasses have each have an oval saucer, measuring as follows: height 13mm, length 121mm, width 87mm.

 These pressed glass espresso cups are signed by Fabrice Gibilaro.

We recommend washing Sydney glasses by hand.

blown glass

These wine glasses come with free 8 day delivery in France.

La Rochère is the oldest artistic glassworks in France. This glassworks has been making French wine glasses in the Lorraine-Franche Comté area since 1475.

glass made in France

These La Rochère espresso glasses are made from pressed glass. The espresso glasses measure: height 66mm, length 70mm, width 56mm and capacity 9cl. The 6 glasses have each have an oval saucer, measuring as follows: height 13mm, length 121mm, width 87mm.

 These pressed glass espresso cups are signed by Fabrice Gibilaro.

We recommend washing Sydney glasses by hand.

blown glass

These wine glasses come with free 8 day delivery in France.

La Rochère is the oldest artistic glassworks in France. This glassworks has been making French wine glasses in the Lorraine-Franche Comté area since 1475.

glass made in France