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New Designs of Glasses

Many seem to prefer it as the bubbles have the space to form and rise to the surface. However, the saucer also has neat attibutes as you can really smell the aroma and feel the bubbles when in use. The magnificent home had three collections, one for 12, one for 24 and one for 18 as well as endless accessories like tureens and platters.

EtableTop was the very first online retailer to showcase the new Glasses collection of fine china. Some have said that the glass was modeled after the breasts of Marie Antoinette. Others have said they were created by Madame du Pompadour, the mistress of Francesís Loius XV, as a gift for her lover. These theories are possible as champagne was invented in the 17th century and the saucer champagne glass was first introduced in England around 1663. Over the years the tulip shape has gained in popularity, so much so, that we never see the older version. Many seem to prefer it as the bubbles have the space to form and rise to the surface. However, the saucer also has neat attibutes as you can really smell the aroma and feel the bubbles when in use.

Over this last year, I have noticed a return to the saucer champagne, also known as the champagne sherbet, as its secondary use is for ice creams and soft desserts. The reason for the resurgence is the effect of changing styles in both home decor and spirits. Firstly, tables are becoming more formal again with heavily embellished dinnerware and the correct utensil for every type of food stuff. The more bulbous form has an opulence seen in more formal events. The other reason is the growing popularity of spirits like prosecco and champagnes, over wines for cocktail hour. In my research it is hard to find saucer champagnes in the US, but in fact they are still made by most of the top crystal companies. We have put together a group of both traditional and modern styles to order in time for the holidays. Many designs of glasses are available here.

The magnificent home had three collections, one for 12, one for 24 and one for 18 as well as endless accessories like tureens and platters. The china was produced from a French Porcelain House Lahoche & Pannier and dates back to the mid-19th century. Wearstler is an avid collector with over sixteen sets of china. For more information http://www.etabletop.com/

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