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Drinking Glasses

Elegant glasses and tumblers for all occasions.

Elegant glasses and tumblers for all occasions.

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With Svenskt Tenn's glasses and tumblers you can add colour and a silver lining to every table setting.

The glasses can be used in sets from the same series, or combined in different ways for a personalised table setting. With simple tumblers in clear glass you get a soberer expression and glass that suits all occasions. Choose a deep red, green or yellow tumbler to add colourful details to the table. Discover your favourite among Svenskt Tenn's range of glasses and tumblers in various sizes, colours and shapes.

Glasses and tumblers as gifts

Svenskt Tenn's tumblers with a golden or silver brim are popular gift. The glasses can be combined with wide or thin brim, and with or without Svenskt Tenn's classic and decorative emblem. The tumblers in the Bris collection are also appreciated gifts. They are handmade in thin, fine glass and available in several beautiful pastel colours.

Manufacturing Svenskt Tenn's tumblers

All tumblers and glasses in Svenskt Tenn's range are made by skilled glass blowers with solid knowledge and expertise.

The Skär glasses, designed by Gustav Nordenskiöld, get their unique expression from classic cut glass technology. They are mouth-blown at Skruf glassworks in Småland, Sweden, and are both elegant and practical as they are stackable. The name reflects the fine cuts made in the glass. The drinking glasses in the Crystal Flora series by Ingegerd Råman are also manufactured At Skruf.

Idra on the other hand, is an exclusive and colourful collection of glasses, made at the renowned glassworks NasonMoretti in Italy. It was founded on the Venetian island of Murano in 1923, and today it is one of the world's leading producers of Murano glass.