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Cobalt Blue Rim 15 oz Balloon Wine Glasses (set of 6)
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Cobalt Blue Rim 15 oz Balloon Wine Glasses (set of 6)

These balloon wine glasses are the largest of their class, you will enjoy them as they capture the bouquet of a fine red wine.
  • CLASSIC & BEAUTIFUL - Add a classic Mexican touch to your parties and kitchen with a set of handblown Mexican Glassware. This collection features our famous Cobalt Blue Rim, making each glass a standout in any table setting. At MexHandcraft, we proudly have the largest selection of glass sizes and styles available, like 14oz Drinking Glasses, Juice Glasses, Tequila Shot Glasses, Margarita Glasses, Pitchers and many more!
  • CRAFTED BY SKILLED ARTISANS - These works of art were handcrafted one by one by expert glass-blowing artisans in the town of Tonala, Mexico, where families have perfected their craft for centuries. As such, each glass is unique with slight variations from the rest. No two are exactly the same!
  • PERFECT SIZE - Diameter: 4" , Height: 7" ; Capacity: 14 to 16oz. These glasses will feel just right in your hands!
  • GOOD FOR YOU & OUR PLANET - All our products are 100% lead-free & toxin-free, manufactured out of recycled soda bottles. They come packed with recycled cardboard and water-dissolvable packing peanuts.
  • 1-YEAR WARRANTY - Hassle-free replacement for any defects or breakages during transit for up to 1 year. Just contact MexHandcraftDOTcom and we'll make it right!! All our glasses are dishwasher safe, but we recommend to put them in the top rack and allow a cooling off period before using. Do not put in microwave or use to serve hot drinks.
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Mexican glassware, ... it all starts with intense heat.

Glass melts at between 2600 to 2900 degrees (F.) or 1425 to 1600 degrees (C.) depending upon the composition of the glass. Glass was discovered by potters about 3000 B.C.E., and the technique of glass blowing was invented about 100 B.C.E. Glass blowing was introduced to Mexico in 1535, shortly after the Conquest, and has been a staple of Mexican craftsmanship ever since.