Stag Shot Glass, Clear

$200
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1051806
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This handsome shot glass is part of one of Asprey’s most recognisable collections, which includes an impressive ice bucket, decanters, bottle stoppers and tumblers.
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The Design
This handsome shot glass is part of one of Asprey’s most recognisable collections, which includes an impressive ice bucket, decanters, bottle stoppers and tumblers. Our unique range of engraved animal glassware exemplifies our commitment to craftsmanship.

Designed in New Bond Street, each glass is mouth-blown from lead-free crystal. An expert glass artisan then uses a traditional diamond wheel to create the intricate stag engraving. Each glass artist trains for years to refine their craft.

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 with stag design using a diamond wheel
Specification
  • Material : Lead Free Crystal
  • Height : 6.5cm / 2.5"
  • Diameter : Mouth: 6.5cm / 2.5"
    Base: 4.5cm / 2"
  • SKU : 1051806
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