Kate Champagne glasses set of 6
Kate Champagne Saucer set of 6
Kate Champagne Saucer set of 6
Kate Champagne Saucer set of 6
Kate Champagne Saucer set of 6
Kate Champagne Saucer set of 6
Kate Champagne Saucer set of 6
Kate Champagne Saucer set of 6
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Kate Champagne glasses set of 6

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The Kate Champagne glasses from Anna von Lipa makes the reason for Champagne extra special. Set of 6.

Made in Bohemia, Czech Republic

Measurements:
 11 x H 15,5 cm
Not dishwasher proof

About our use of glass:
Glass is fantastic material. It is at once fragile and at the same time incredibly strong. Of course, it has a physical strength, withstand, for example, moisture, sun and frost. But it is just as strong in its artistic and aesthetic expression. The transparency and reflection of the glass creates depth when it plays with the light in refractions and reflections. Blowing glass is a fascinating and time-consuming process. The artist handles the glass when it is still liquid to when it is up to 1300˚ Celsius. Naturally, there are also challenges with glass and we have gathered the most common questions here.

Air bubbles
We call them charm bubbles. They naturally occur in the work-process when air is captured between the different layers of glass. A glass is blown by several layers and thus air bubbles are likely to form. Smaller air bubbles characterize handmade glass, and we do not consider it a deterioration in quality.

Tension in glass
Tensions can occur with temperature differences. To avoid these tensions, we cool the finished and still hot glasses very slowly. If the damage has occurred during the process, the glass is extremely fragile and can suddenly crack or burst at the slightest impact, and we naturally exchange it with a smile.