1924 - A Vintage Year For Glass Design
Top Diameter: 11.43cm
Bottom Diameter: 7.3cm
The new 1924 Libbey Vintage stemware range fuses jazz-age flair with exciting new cocktail trends. The design is based on Richard Zijlstra’s ingenious Glassology® food pairing concept, which lets you rest a stylish spoon on the rim of the coupe.
Richard and Libbey have together modernized the original coupe design by legendary Royal Leerdam designer, A.D. Copier, which coincidentally once had pride of place in Richard’s own grandmother’s display cabinet. We’ve also added tow new glasses to the range, which consists of the Coupe, a Cocktail/Wine glass and a Gin & Tonic glass. The spoon and the Gin & Tonic glass will be launched later this year.
With their distinctive stem, embossed footplate and original bowl design that gracefully opens out to let your lips rest on the elegant rim, in turn enhancing the taste experience, these glasses epitomize everything that makes cocktails so loved by so many: bygone-age sophistication coupled with an openness to forward-looking trends.
Safe Edge Rim Guarantee: Libbey’s Retro Cocktail glassware features Libbey’s exclusive Safedge® Rim Lifetime Guarantee for rim chippage. If the rim of any Safedge® item chips, Libbey guarantees to replace or refund the price of the glass.
Multi-use and amazing differentiated presentation of the latest cocktails. Pour lines increase the accuracy of drink recipe. Fine wines to giant beers. Whatever foodservice professionals are serving, Libbey® has the glassware for ideal presentations. If you've ever sipped from a glass, odds are you've had your lips on Libbey.
For almost two centuries, Libbey has been known as the leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of high-quality glass tableware, especially in the North American market.
Libbey hails originally from East Cambridge, Massachusetts, home of the New England Glass Company which was founded in 1818. In 1888, Edward Drummond Libbey, son of the first corporate owner, William, moved the company to Toledo, Ohio. The Northwest Ohio area offered abundant natural gas resources and access to large deposits of high-quality sand. The rest, as they say, is history.
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