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Bee drinking cups (x2)

Bee drinking cups (x2)

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Set of 2 Bee drinking cups – French glassware

  • Made by renowned artisans in the oldest glass factory in France
  • A design inspired by 19th century & Provence
  • For everyday life: very resistant, dishwasher safe

La Rochere is a French glassware brand since 1475. The Bee collection was inspired by the emperor Napoléon, who chose bees as an emblem of his reign. Bees were present on furniture fabrics, carpets, flags… And even on his royal coat. The bees also symbolize the timeless French art of living in Provence and the French chic of the southern French countryside. 

This set of 2 tall drinking cups is made of very resistant, durable, and easy to clean glass (dishwasher safe). Perfect for an everyday use! Or imagine a sunny day, having lunch with your family on your terrace with this lovely Provence touch on your table

 With the same design, discover the Bee pitcher, the Bee mugs, the Bee glass wines and the Bee bowls

Product details (size, weight...)


Height: 5.5 inches - 14 cm ; Width: 3.3 inches - 8.5 cm.


Glass (lead free). A pressure seam is sometimes visible, which is the mark left by its French traditional manufacturing process.


Each drinking cup weighs 1 lb - 0.4 kg.

Care instructions:

Dishwasher safe. Avoid thermal shocks.

Made in

Made in Passavant La Rochère, Eastern France.

Brand story

La Rochère was founded in 1475, during the period called Middle Ages in France. It is located in the Vosges mountains (East of France), a region rich in wood, sand and silica, the basics material to make glassware. The manufacture is the oldest traditional glassmaker still in activity in Europe.

Originally, the factory produced window glass; the diversification to glassware for Cafés and restaurants began in the 19th century. For centuries, La Rochère preserved and transmitted a traditional know-how. They are part of French glassware History and are distinguished as such today by the Label 'Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant' (National Company with a Heritage).

Each Collection has a unique story, inspired from the French History.

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