No glassware collection is complete without a distinctive martini glass, like this sleek, modern set by Crafthouse.
Tritan Crystal Etched Martini Glasses are perfect for cocktails served “up” (without ice) like Manhattans, daiquiris, and all manners of martinis.The quintessential V-shaped bowl and elongated stem not only create a elegant silhouette, they are also integral to the glasses' function. The stem keeps warm hands away from the bowl's chilled contents, ensuring proper temperature, and the deep, angled bowl helps keep the drink in the glass where it belongs.
Each glass in this set of four is accented by two decorative etched bands that wrap around the entirety of the bowl. The glasses are constructed from scratch-resistant, lead-free crystal that has been reinforced with titanium and zirconium for added durability and brilliance.
The set is part of the Crafthouse by Fortessa collection designed by bartender Charles Joly for lay cocktail enthusiasts and professionals alike. Crafthouse by Fortessa specializes in modern updates of classic tools informed by the streamlined simplicity of Art Deco design.
The quintessential V-shape is perfect for cocktails served “up” (without ice)
Deep bowl and graceful stem are integral to function
Features two decorative etched bands around the bowl
Made of Schott Zwiesel Tritan lead-free crystal with etched lines
Made in Germany
Crafthouse by Fortessa is a comprehensive barware collection designed by World Champion bartender, Charles Joly, for the aspiring home bartender and professional alike
Charles Joly is a James Beard Award winner and a lifelong food and beverage professional
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