Elegant and entertaining, these wine glasses have been designed with the musically inclined in mind. Each glass covers a full 12-note octave from A flat to G, and is precisely marked with musical notations that correspond to the level of liquid needed in the glass to produce that note.
Made in Austria of lead-free crystal, all glasses are designed and individually tested for musicality and clarity.
For me, the idea of playing one's glasses at the dinner table immediately brings to mind the scene from The Breakup when Jennifer Aniston's brother bursts into song, a cappella style. So, I could imagine, under the right circumstances, and with the right group of guests, these glasses could make for an entertaining, and lively evening.
And if one's guests aren't musically gifted? Think how much fun a toast could be!
Available in Etched and Gold.
Via: We Love Beautiful Things
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