Do you sometimes wish your home was a little more… French? Made in France from crystal-clear glass.
Presented as a set of six champagne flutes.
Pattern is based upon a set of glasses owned by Napoleon, now housed at the Musée Carnavalet in Paris.
You could try to bring a little of that je ne sais quoi by wearing a beret around the house and eating snails, or, you could just set your table with these magnifique champagne flutes from La Rochère!
La Rochère have been making glassware at their factory in Franche-Comté since 1475. They’re French to the core – and so are these champagne flutes. Their cheerful pattern of raised bees is based upon a set of glasses owned by Napoleon himself, now housed at the Musée Carnavalet in Paris.
With these elegant flutes gracing your table you’ll feel compelled to lift your glass and - oh go on, put the beret back on then – raise a toast to la belle France!