Etched Wine Decanter and Tumblers
Etched Wine Decanter and Tumblers
Etched Wine Goblets

Etched Wine Decanter and Tumblers

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Mediterraneans, who've been enjoying wine for about 5,000 years, prefer to drink their daily vin de pays in casual tumblers that dispense with formality and provide carefree quaffing. Paired with the etched recycled glass vessels is a decanter with matching vine design.
DECANTER 32 OZ. 5"D x 7"H, TUMBLER 6 OZ. 3"D x 3"H, GOBLET 8 OZ. 3.5"D x 6"H.
Eco Info
When glass is recycled, it is broken into small pieces called cullet. The broken pieces are crushed, sorted, cleaned, and mixed with other raw materials in the glass-making process. When glass is made from scratch, high temperatures are needed to melt all the ingredients. Since cullet melts at a lower temperature, the more of it you add to the process, the less energy required to melt it.

Recycling glass is not only energy-efficient; it benefits the environment in other ways. Glass produced from recycled glass instead of raw materials reduces related air pollution by 20% and related water pollution by 50%. And, recycling glass keeps used bottles and jars out of landfills, thereby decreasing the need for them.

Recycled Materials

Item Price Qty
Etched Wine Decanter
Etched Wine Tumblers (set of 4)
Etched Wine Decanter & Set of 4 Tumblers

reg: $138


Etched Wine Goblets (set of 4)
Etched Wine Decanter & Set of 4 Goblets

reg: $157


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