Luigi Bormioli - Toasting Flutes
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Recent Customer Reviews in Toasting Flutes

  • Aug 12, 2013

    befashion  from New York, NY, Rating:3.0

    I just received these flutes today & I didn't like them as much as I liked the other glasses I purchased from this brand. They were too lightweight for my taste.

  • Apr 30, 2014

    4sonswedding  from Vacaville, CA, Rating:5.0

    My son's wedding theme is lips and mustaches, so when I found these glasses I was thrilled. When I received them I was pleased with their appearance and sturdiness (hopefully they will survive the reception!!)

  • Aug 22, 2012

    owenandpat  from Florida, Rating:5.0

    THese were beautiful, much nicer in person than the picture. Well made, and I had them engraved and it looked just stunning.

  • Tuscany classic flute glasses set of 4

    Dec 6, 2011

    msp15  from New Jersey, Rating:5.0

    I was on the loop for classic flutes for a fair price and must say that once again O.Co was the place that made it happen. I am very happy with the purchase. It shipped on time and was packed to make sure that the product was safe. It looks great

  • a little cheap looking but sturdy

    Mar 23, 2013

    amoule  from Seattle, WA, Rating:4.0

    My first impression upon opening these was, "Ugh. They look cheap." Too lazy to send them back and find something else, I kept them and have used them a fair amount since. They've been bashed around and one was dropped with no breakage. This really is some kind of special tough glass. The thin, expensive ones would have broken from the treatment these have been given. Another thing that is nice about them is that they have thin, sheared rims. What looks cheap about them is that below the rim the glass gets considerably thicker. When you look through them, your view is warbled and uneven, like looking through an ancient window. Given their durability I would recommend them with the caveat that you won't want to use them for the most formal or upscale occasions.

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