Description

Wine and dine in perfect time! Get your next dinner party humming when you turn your sips into a symphony with these glasses turned musical instruments. The etchings on the glasses are musical notations that correspond to the level of the liquid. When the user drinks to D for example, he or she may run a finger along the rim of the glass to create its lush, sonorous note. Or, for the more percussive partier, the same note will ring out with a gentle rap of his or her utensil on the side of the glass. From rounds of "Row, row, row your boat" to more ambitious orchestrations, you're sure to strike a chord with the guests at your next soiree with this pair that covers a full 12 note octave from low Bb to high A. Made in Austria from lead-free crystal with gold luster. 

How to play the glasses:

To hear music ring out, wet your finger and then run it firmly around the rim of the glass in a repeating circular motion, or gently knock the glass with a utensil like you would a xylophone. These glasses are designed and individually tested for musicality and clarity so that even a knock of glasses in a cheers with a friend can become a musical event! 

Set of 2 glasses

Materials: crystal

8.46" H x 3.54" dia. x, Holds 20 ounces

Dishwasher safe.

Please allow 2 weeks for shipping.

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  • September 14, 2015 - September 21, 2015
  • 30 day returns. View details

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  2. Parker Stumpf @Beast_Mode_Gamerz

    all crystal glasses do it they just took a regular glass and determined the notes / ripoff

  3. Colin B. Scantlebury II @colin

    @paella

  4. Paige Williams @paella

    Does this count as an instrument? @colinscantlebury

  5. littleblackdog221 @jenniferfarron

    Buy a tonne of these and you can make a homestyled glass harmonica

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