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La Rochere Amitie Glassware - Set of 6

La Rochere Amitie Glassware - Set of 6

Regular price $528.00 USD
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The Amitie Glassware by La Rochere is an Ina Garten Favorite. These gorgeous glasses are handmade and mouth-blown in France in the oldest, continuous glass factory in Europe. The La Rochere factory has been making luxury drinkware since 1475. Available in a variety of sizes - every glass evokes both casual comfort and modern elegance. 

Care Instructions for La Rochere Amitie Glassware

La Rochere glass is durable, dishwasher, and microwave safe, however, we recommend the following care instructions to prolong the clarity of your glassware

Glass is sensitive to water hardness and may react depending on the water you use. Hard water: whitish sediment may build up on the glass. This can easily be removed using warm water mixed with white vinegar or lemon juice. Freshwater or acid water (pH < 6): Freshwater may etch the surface of the glass, turning it slightly bluish and opaque over time. To prevent this from occurring, we recommend hand washing glasses so they do not soak too long in the water. Please avoid severe thermal (extreme heat or cold) shocks.

Fill up your La Rochere Amite Glassware with a cool cocktail or fresh-squeezed juice poured from the sophisticated and versatile Ascutney Glass Pitcher by Simon Pearce or pair with the HÔTEL Silver Wine Chiller Bucket. Features:

  • Mouth-blown crystalline glassware
  • Dishwasher safe, hand wash recommended
  • Made in France
  • Red Wine Glass (102301): 3.4" diameter x 5.75" h, 5.5 oz 
  • Wine/Water Glass (102201): 2.9" diameter x 6.1" h, 8.7 oz 
  • Water Goblet  (102101): 3.9" diameter x 6.9" h, 12 oz
  • Champagne Flute (102701): 2.5" diameter x 7.25" h, 3.5 oz

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Please note that La Rochere French wine glasses are smaller than your traditional American wine glass.  

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Amanda

They are very expensive but are beautiful and timeless.

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Anonymous
Where in France?

Hi Josephine,
Could you post the information here on where to buy these glasses in France?
That would be fabulous as when the 'covid' situation eases we frequently go to France.
Thanks so much
Shirley

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Anonymous
Love; Love; Love

I bought these glasses 8 years ago from France. Ina's blog had the name and address of where to get them. They are the most beautiful glasses I have ever had. I bought the water glasses which I use for the red wine and the red wine glasses for the white wine. Back in the day, they made them smaller. You will not regret the price you paid once you have these in your hand.