Hand-Blown Traditional Margarita Glasses (2 Pack)

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 Handmade in Jalisco from 100% recycled Coke bottles. 

Legend has it that the traditional margarita glass shape was a riff of French Queen Marie Antoinette’s style of champagne glasses which were modeled after her breasts. She did this to ensure that all of her guest would be drinking from her bosoms.

How this style of stemware became the iconic margarita glass, nobody seems to know. What is known is that this type of glass makes a great vessel to drink from with it's wide rim and conical center. Restaurants and bars across the country gravitate to this glass.

This glass is best for margarita drinks on ice, frozen, or with a lot of garnishes.

No two pieces are exactly the same, creating beauty out of the ever-so-slight differences. 

Quantity: 2 Pack

Dimensions: Roughly 6.7" tall and 5.1" wide

Capacity: 10.0 oz

MAKE AN IMPACT ON MORE THAN JUST YOUR DECOR.

Every creation on Casa Handmade is sourced through an ethical supply chain. When you buy from CASA, you're not just bringing home a one-of-a-kind handmade piece, you're supporting the community it was created in. You're helping artisans feed their families by doing what they do best: creating beautiful works of art.

A Word from the artisans

With the pandemic, you don't understand how much of an impact that you're making for our family. From the bottom of our hearts, we wanted to thank you for supporting our craft and ability to provide for our family in these tough times. We hope our crafts are a nice addition to your home.

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Abelina y Gregorio
Mexico

Hammam towels has been our family's passion for centuries. We wanted to thank you for helping us maintain our culture and history by supporting our art and taking a piece of Türkiye with you. May these towels serve you and your family for years to come.

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Zehra
Turkey

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