Whisky glass Roulette no. 4 – Shtox

Model: 7324

Brand Shtox

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Description

This unique in its kind glass can rotate on the table.

At first sight the idea that a glass can rotate seems unbelievable and difficult for understanding.

But in fact this phenomenon is as simple and obvious as the existence of the wheel.

The secret of this rotational movement lies in the peculiar, specially designed shape of the bottom. The bottom of the glass is ground manually.

Manufactured in Germany from high-quality crystal.

Available by the glass or box of 4.

Additional information

Weight0.23 kg / 0.51 lb
Dimensions24.38 cm (W x D x H)
0.00 x 0.00 x 9.60 inches (W x D x H)

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