Waterglas Riedel Happy "O" Multi Vol. 2 Set 4
The modern and fun Happy O Set features four tumblers in turquoise, purple, red and orange, to add vibrant colour to your dining table.
To mark their continued success of The O Wine Tumbler, RIEDEL introduced the second edition of the Happy O set. The beauty is in its subtly, as the colour shows only in the base of the glass so they can still be used to appreciate wine’s colour. Their bright, playful look makes them the ideal companion for parties, picnics, or everyday enjoyment.
This set contains 4 pieces O Wine Tumbler Happy O Vol 2. In 2017 RIEDEL expanded the existing collection by four more colours: azure-blue, violet, cinnabar red and orange.
Machine-made and dishwasher safe.
Year of design: 2017
Volume: 320.0 ccm
Height: 96.0 mm
Box quantity: 4.0
Type of Manufacturing: machine-made
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Riedel... The wine glass company
Family owned for 265 years & 11 generations...
RIEDEL revolutionised the world of glassware when Claus J. Riedel, 9th generation, designed the first collection of wine-friendly stemware in 1974. This masterpiece series, "Sommeliers", set a precedent for the future of glass design.
Georg J. Riedel, 10th generation, evolved his father's research when he introduced RIEDEL Sensory Workshops as a method of testing and refining their products with the help of master sommeliers and winemakers. Georg introduced the world's first collection of grape varietal specific glassware in 1986, Vinum. These glasses work with wine's DNA to show more depth and better balance.
Maximilian Riedel, 11th generation, took over as CEO in 2014 and has continued to evolve the brand for the modern drinker. From the introduction of the O Series to his original collection series of functional decanters, Maximilian strives to build upon the incredible legacy of his family. His latest foray is into the world of cocktails, expanding the ingenuity of RIEDEL beyond wine.
Innovative and ever-evolving, RIEDEL continues to lead the charge on modern, functional glassware.