Beldi NEW XL Glass (set of 6)
Beldi NEW XL Glass (set of 6)
Beldi NEW XL Glass (set of 6)
Beldi NEW XL Glass (set of 6)
Beldi NEW XL Glass (set of 6)
Beldi NEW XL Glass (set of 6)
Beldi NEW XL Glass (set of 6)
Beldi NEW XL Glass (set of 6)
Beldi NEW XL Glass (set of 6)
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BELDI

Beldi NEW XL Glass (set of 6)

€35,00
Quantity must be 1 or more

Traditional Beldi glass: hand blown, made in Marrakech.
Direct import.

Hand blown with desert conditions in mind, these glasses are as practical and durable as they are beautiful. The thick glass provides insulation keeping your coffee hot or your drinking water cold. They are dishwasher safe. Made from Recycled Glass.

Made with traditional Moroccan techniques, this glass wear has light irregularities and unevenness of shapes, adding to its value. These glasses are hand made, one of a kind additions to your table wear collection.

This large glass is the perfect size for a large latte coffee, a coke or other beverages.
At our escape coffee bar, we serve our nous nous latte in this glass :) Yum!

Colour: Clear
Material: Recycled glass
Additional info: Dishwasher safe.
Hand-blown items may vary in shape and colour
Measures: D: 7,5 x 12,5 cm
Weight: 0.600 kg
Set of 6 glasses, wrapped in original Beldi paper.
Beldi is a blown glass factory, from recovered glass. A team of glassblowers produces glasses, bowls, bottles, vases… while respecting know-how. This glass factory in Beldi is the last in Morocco, which helps to preserve this typically Moroccan craftsmanship.