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Versailles glass mugs (x2)

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Set of 2 La Rochere mugs 

  • La Rochere glassware
  • An exclusive & refined design inspired by Versailles Palace
  • For everyday use (dishwasher safe!)

A touch of French chic, better said Versailles chic, for the morning coffee or afternoon tea. The design all around the mugs is inspired by the Hall of Mirrors of Versailles palace. This exclusive pattern was created by La Rochere, a French glassware brand. They are renowned worldwide for their exquisite glassware. All their glassware are also resistant, durable, and dishwasher safe.

With such a pretty design, display the mugs on an open shelf or on your cupboard, they deserve to be visible. And why not offering the coffee to your guests in these mugs? They will be impressed! 

For a table with a full Versailles refinement, check all our collection: Versailles wine glassesVersailles large wine glasses, Versailles drinking cups and Versailles bowls.

Product details (size, weight...)

Size:

Height: 4.3 inches - 11 cm ; Width on top: 3.3 inches - 8.5 cm ; Width on bottom: 2.6 inches - 6.7 cm ; Total width with handle: 4.7 inches - 12 cm.

Material:

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

Weight:

Each mug weighs 0.8 lb - 380g.

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.