France in the 1930s – a time of dancing, motorcars and (we assume) much eating of baguettes. It was also the time and place of the Duralex’s invention.
This iconic glass has been imitated ever since, but never really bettered. It’s the recognisable glass of various sizes, perfect for holding everything from a shot of alcohol to a half-litre of soft drink. They’re strong and heavy but beautiful, and have graced tables everywhere from brasseries to village feasts ever since.
The signature style of glass comes in a pack of six.