Octopus Tumbler, Black

$240
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1043557
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The highly coveted Octopus Collection is a must for the distinguished home bar. Designed in New Bond Street, this tumbler features intriguing three-dimenional curves and whorls in a sea of inky black.
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The Design
The highly coveted Octopus Collection is a must for the distinguished home bar. Designed in New Bond Street, this tumbler features intriguing three-dimenional curves and whorls in a sea of inky black. Each glass is mouth-blown in lead-free crystal by expert artisans in Bohemia, a region renowned for the world’s highest standards of crystalware. A glass artist uses a traditional diamond wheel to engrave each intricate detail, visible on both the inside and outside of the glass.

The mysterious octopus is a symbol of intelligence, perfect for thoughtful contemplation over a fine brandy or a refreshing Salty Dog (gin, grapefruit juice, sea salt along the rim). The Octopus Collection includes matching ice bucket, highball glasses, jug and decanters.

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
  • Mouth-blown
  • Hand engraved using diamond wheel
Specification
  • Collection : Octopus
  • Material : Lead Free Crystal
  • Height : 10cm / 4"
  • Diameter : 9cm / 3.5"
  • Volume : 300ml
  • SKU : 1043557
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