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Bee glass bowls (x2)

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Set of 2 La Rochere Bee bowls 

  • French refined glassware
  • A design inspired by 19th century & Provence
  • For everyday life: very resistant, dishwasher safe

This set of 2 Bee bowls is designed and made by La Rochere, a French glassware brand, renowned worldwide for centuries! 

The unique Bee design is a tribute to the emperor Napoleon (bees were one of his emblems). Bees are also a symbol of the art of living in the French countryside in Southern France (Provence). 

These La Rochere Bee bowls are very practical and can be used every day. You can drink tea, coffee or take your cereals. They can be used as serveware for crackers, sauces, side dishes. And they are also perfect for your starters or soups. And good news, these French glass bowls are made of very resistant, durable, and easy to clean glass (dishwasher safe). 

The French Bee glassware collection also includes a pitcherdrinking cups and mugs

Product details (size, weight...)

Size:

Height: 3.1 inches - 8 cm ; Width on top: 5.4 inches - 13.8 cm. ; Width on bottom: 3.5 inches - 8.8 cm.

Material:

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

Weight:

Each bowl weighs 1.2 lb - 550g.

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.