Schott Zwiesel Tritan Crystal Glass Paris Barware Collection Collins/Long Drink Cocktail Glass – Simple, Elegant, Functional Tumbler
This simple cup recognizes no elaborate design. It makes no statement, and is not purchased to say, “Look at me.”
It exists to be used until no more, and then, to be replaced by its kin. No logos or etchings adorn it. Yet, for all of this, it is attractive.
This tumbler may hold no more than water, some ice, and the occasional lemonade. Expect it to always be graceful in its humility. It is solid enough to use daily, to be used to push a cold drink across the table to a friend as she stops by unexpectedly, or to greet a neighbor as he gardens next door.
Clean it in your dishwasher, or in the sink. This cup does not care. Spots will be minimal and invisible.
May your drinks always be refilled, and your neighbors visits frequent.
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