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LSA Stemless (x4) Red Wine Glasses - £17.99 (Prime) / £22.48 non prime at Amazon
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LSA Stemless (x4) Red Wine Glasses - £17.99 (Prime) / £22.48 non prime at Amazon

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Posted 20th Nov 2019

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This set of four seem to be £25-£27 at most other places so a good time to replenish stocks if you use these already. This deal of the day (20 Nov) price
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Slightly smaller, 370ml, but if you have one nearby, IKEA do a set of 6 for £6.

ikea.com/gb/…18/

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These ones are 570ml so good for a decent glug of red with breathing room. I think the LSA are probably a half way between the delicacy of Riedel stemless and those Ikea ones which look a little more robust (that's not a criticism btw). LSA also do white wine 370ml but these haven't changed in price.
Probably a weird question but can't really think who or where to ask and this deal reminded me of it. There's a style of glass I'm really into right now, but not sure about spending on them. I've heard comments about the style behind hard to hold when filled. Maybe people interested in glasses here might have some experience.

Style looks like this:
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Can pick them up in Zara for £5 but I'd be interested in finding a slightly heavier, stronger style in same shape.. which I haven't sourced yet.

zarahome.com/gb/…rue
Edited by: "Vanderlust" 20th Nov 2019
Vanderlust20/11/2019 10:59

Probably a weird question but can't really think who or where to ask and …Probably a weird question but can't really think who or where to ask and this deal reminded me of it. There's a style of glass I'm really into right now, but not sure about spending on them. I've heard comments about the style behind hard to hold when filled. Maybe people interested in glasses here might have some experience.Style looks like this:[Image] Can pick them up in Zara for £5 but I'd be interested in finding a slightly heavier, stronger style in same shape.. which I haven't sourced yet.https://www.zarahome.com/gb/dining/glassware/glassware-set/cone-shaped-glassware-c1089116p301382193.html?ct=true



Vanderlust20/11/2019 10:59

Probably a weird question but can't really think who or where to ask and …Probably a weird question but can't really think who or where to ask and this deal reminded me of it. There's a style of glass I'm really into right now, but not sure about spending on them. I've heard comments about the style behind hard to hold when filled. Maybe people interested in glasses here might have some experience.Style looks like this:[Image] Can pick them up in Zara for £5 but I'd be interested in finding a slightly heavier, stronger style in same shape.. which I haven't sourced yet.https://www.zarahome.com/gb/dining/glassware/glassware-set/cone-shaped-glassware-c1089116p301382193.html?ct=true


I can understand why they might be difficult to hold when full due to the shape - they look nice though and are different.....remind me of chemistry lessons...
Stemless glass...... so it’s a tumbler or just a glass!
suejb220/11/2019 18:49

Stemless glass...... so it’s a tumbler or just a glass!


Yep.....lol... a bit more delicate than a tumbler and obviously has a bowl shape lending itself to wine but..... you could certainly find something cheaper from which to drink wine.
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