Vietri Dot Glass Decanter

  • Dot Glass Decanter
  • Dot Glass Decanter
  • Dot Glass Decanter

VietriDot Glass Decanter

$135.00

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Mixing contemporary design with traditional style, Drop brings a playful yet chic touch to any barware collection. Mouth-blown of borosilicate (Pyrex) glass in Veneto, this highly durable yet lightweight collection dresses up every dining experience with beautiful simplicity.
Details
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  • Decanter with contrast dot design.
  • Mouth-blown borosilicate glass.
  • Holds 32 ounces.
  • 9.75"T.
  • Dishwasher and microwave safe.
  • Made in Italy.
Designer
About Vietri:
The origins of Vietri begin with a mother-daughter trip to Italy. Lee Gravely and her daughters Susan and Frances fell in love with the colorful design and artistry of the local handcrafted dinnerware. After spending a few days crafting their own dinnerware, the three were bound even closer together. They chose to name their importing company after Vietri sul Mare, the town where they created their first dinnerware pattern—Campagna.

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Vietri Dot Stemless Wine Glasses, Set of 2

  • Dot Stemless Wine Glasses, Set of 2

VietriDot Stemless Wine Glasses, Set of 2

$105.00

Online Inquiries: HCF20_HBMR9

Mixing contemporary design with traditional style, Drop brings a playful yet chic touch to any barware collection. Mouth-blown of borosilicate (Pyrex) glass in Veneto, this highly durable yet lightweight collection dresses up every dining experience with beautiful simplicity.
Details
  • EXCLUSIVELY OURS.
  • Stemless wine glasses with contrast dot design.
  • Mouth-blown borosilicate glass.
  • Set of two.
  • Holds 10 ounces.
  • Each, 4"T.
  • Dishwasher and microwave safe.
  • Made in Italy.
Designer
About Vietri:
The origins of Vietri begin with a mother-daughter trip to Italy. Lee Gravely and her daughters Susan and Frances fell in love with the colorful design and artistry of the local handcrafted dinnerware. After spending a few days crafting their own dinnerware, the three were bound even closer together. They chose to name their importing company after Vietri sul Mare, the town where they created their first dinnerware pattern—Campagna.

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