Normann Copenhagen Whiskey Glasses

by Red Candy
£32 £26
+£2.95 standard delivery
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Turn your whiskey experience into something worth remembering. With these Normann Copenhagen Whiskey Glasses, you deliver class and sophistication with every whiskey shot.

These stunning glasses come in a set of two. Perfect for appreciating a good drink of bourbon or malt of choice with a friend or even a loved one. These designer glasses are top of the line, you won't find these in most stores. It's constructed from top quality glass and is designed to be used with ease.

If you look closely, the bottom portion of the glasses are curved so you can easily rest them in your palm if you like. Meanwhile, the cleverly raised 'nipple' at the center not only offers up a beautiful design aesthetic but also a encourages your ice cubes to remain afloat.

Make this yours today or purchase them for a present to the most important man in your life. These glasses will definitely be appreciated.

Normann Copenhagen Whiskey Glasses Specifications
Material: Glass
Dimensions: D7.3 x H9.6cm
Design: Rikke Hagen
Set of 2 glasses in a gift box

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Mainland UK - standard delivery £2.95
Mainland UK - next working day delivery (order before 12pm) £6.95

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