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Libbey Heavy Base 20-oz Iced Tea Glasses (Pack of 12)
Libbey Glassware is the innovative leader in North America in producing durable, quality glassware for the foodservice industry. These glasses come in a case of 12.
ITEM#: 12962346Libbey Glassware is the innovative leader in North America in producing durable, quality glassware for the foodservice industry. These glasses come in a case of 12. These glasses feature a heavy base ideal for avoiding spills and tip-overs. Enjoy up to 20 ounces of a cool, refreshing beverage from this sleek, classically designed glassware. The heavy feel of glass in your hand reassures you that they resist breakage when other glassware shatters. At six and seven-eighths inches tall, this glass is a tall drink of water.
Perfect for those hot summer days when you wish you could languish in your garden or pool, sipping freshly made iced tea, these glasses embody the classic spirit of the iced tea drinker. Listen to the clinking of the ice and taste the cool refreshment from these sleek and classic iced tea glasses.
- Design: Heavy Base
- Color: Clear
- Capacity: 20 ounces
- Dimensions: 6.875 inches high x 3.375 inches in diameter at the top and 2.75 inches in diameter at the bottom
- Pack of 12 glasses
|Set Size||Set of 12|
|Product Features||Made in USA|
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These glasses are also set on our dinning table and also add elegance even though they are simple in design. They are nice and heavy and it's really hard to topple them when they are full, and that's an added bonus, especially when the children come to dinner!Read More
Good for tea and vitamins! Like it! Could be heavier but it's ok!!Read More
This is a very simple glass. I would call it more of a water glass, I bought Tea glasses from Crate and Barrel. They look the same except the CB glass if larger. These worked for me..and the price was great.Read More
My husband is very particular about his glassware and these have passed the test! They are large enough that he gets his fill but shaped nicely to not look or feel like a huge glass. Their style and weight are perfect for everyday use but aren't so casual that you couldn't use them in more formal situations. We've used them for a couple weeks now and they are all still perfectly intact. Great product!Read More
These glasses really hold up to tough use. They are so large I was concerned that they would break easily, but after a month of a tough environment, they have really held up. They seem hardened in some way, because they stand up well to hand washing in a sink with other items.Read More
i don't recommend these glasses. you can get the same quality glass in a local dept. store for half the price. They were not heavy weight as described in my opinion. They were not heavy bottom either for non tipping. i bought a dozen heavy weight glasses in *** for $$$ that far surpass these glasses that cost over $$$. I do not recommend them, you should feel them and see them before purchasing. if you want a truly "heavyweight glass" these are not for you.Read More
I have been using these glasses for over a year , so far all 12 remain unbroken . They are still clear after a year of dishwasher use and being sat down hard on a quartz countertop. These glasses were a great purchase. Not fancy , just plain , just the way I wanted them.Read More
It is extremely hard to find 20 oz. glasses at a reasonable price. Since my family includes several small grandchildren and clumsy adults we tend to break glasses. These glasses stand up to the wear and tear we administer as well as any I have found and are a great price.Read More
I was pleasantly surprised to receive the sturdy glassware. I had nothing that matched in my kitchen. They are so nice that I put them in my china cabinet for guest use. No chips or cracks in the classes. Perfect, beautiful, and matching.Read More
I needed a set of useful glasses for party extra and everyday for teens. These are attractive, sturdy and perfect. They came carefully wrapped and I am very pleased.Read More
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