With their organic form, tiny, airy bubbles, and excellent feel in hand, these beachy, bohemian Roli Poli glasses are like the Pura Vida cousins to our favorite French bistro glasses. Obviously ideal for wine, these are also wonderful as vessels for cocktails or water, for short pours of iced coffee, or for morning's fresh squeezed juices. Bonus? Their rounded shape also makes them difficult to knock over (particularly prudent during those amazing long dinner parties that this particular glassware seems to invite). These are also marvelous as small votive holders, a row of rosy, flickering light gives your table an effortless "dinner party in Oaxaca" kind of vibe. These invert and pair perfectly with the matching hand-blown carafes as well.
About the maker: Hand-blown in a second-generation woman-run furnace in a small town in Jalisco called Tonala, each piece is individually crafted by a team of three glass blowers working in an open air studio using only recycled glass stock. Picture bougainvillea hanging over the finishing kiln. These pieces are both elegant and bohemian, simple and classic, made to be used, and loved.
Take Care: While the handblown glass can handle the occasional all-night party in the dishwasher, we like to hand wash ours to be on the safe side. As with all untempered glass, be mindful when transitioning between extreme temperatures.