The Tumbler that we show on this occasion is the fifth from the left (the first on the right) and is a very small tumbler of the same series and is ideal for a quick little sip to be able to quickly taste any liqueur that we can love.
The Tumbler that we show on this occasion real Long Drink, Hightball, is the first from the left and is a very tall tumbler of the same series and measures 14 cm in height and is ideal for a long drink with ice and thirst quenching drink and tasty Cocktails .
Octagonal base candlestick created by Baccarat in the 1980s on the interesting French models of the Regence period, which corresponds to around 1750, the period in which Philip d'Orléans, Regent of France for Louis XV. he was specially called the "Monseigneur Le Régent".
Drawing inspiration from the design of the Art Deco period, this sumptuously cut crystal surface diffuses the reflections of the crystal.
The imperceptible gradients of the precise geometric cuts embody the refined craftsmanship of Baccarat: the three-dimensional surface is composed of pyramidal shapes with a vertical cannon motif on the inside.
The name Louxor derives from the famous Egyptian archaeological site.
The Harcourt 1841 collection also represented a constant of French power, chosen at the time of Napoleon III and still used today in the Elysée Palace. The Old Fashioned Harcourt 1841 glass is characterized by its architectural shape: flat cut pattern along the walls and hexagonal base.
Reinterpreted by various contemporary artists, street artists and fashion designers, the iconic art toy was born from the collaboration between Baccarat and Medicom Toy, a well-known Japanese toy brand.