Fox Tumbler, Clear

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Asprey’s unique collection of engraved animal glassware highlights our commitment to craftsmanship. Designed in New Bond Street, this glass is carefully mouth-blown from lead-free crystal.

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The Design

Asprey’s unique collection of engraved animal glassware highlights our commitment to craftsmanship. Designed in New Bond Street, this glass is carefully mouth-blown from lead-free crystal. A glass artist then engraves the intricate fox design using a traditional diamond wheel. The artists train for years to perfect their skills.

This glass would suit a clever cocktail, such as the Stinger (Cognac, white crème de menthe) or a classic whiskey on the rocks. As William Faulkner put it, “There is no such thing as bad whiskey. Some whiskeys just happen to be better than others.”



Product Care
Handmade crystal, please handle with care. Avoid surface scratching or chipping and any contact with hard or sharp objects. Hand wash only with mild detergent using warm (not hot) water. Immediately dry with a soft cloth to avoid spots. Do not use abrasives or acidic agents. Not dishwasher safe.
Features
  • Fox engraving
Specification
  • Material : Lead Free Crystal
  • Height : 10cm / 3.94"
  • Diameter : 9cm / 3.5"
  • SKU : 1044072
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Sir Winston Churchill with his Asprey cigar case at the Yalta Conference in 1945

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