- Smokey blue cocktail glass inspired by Tony Bennett's "Blue Velvet"
- Sophisticated, dreamy blue-ombre tint adds great aesthetic appeal
- Thick, stable base adds heft and weight to this tough, timeless glass
- Versatile enough for wine, cocktails, soft drinks, and water
- Specs: 4-inches (H); 2 3/4-inches (T); 2 1/2-inches (B); Capacity: 11 3/4 ounces
She Wore Blue Velvet, Circa 1950.
Written and composed in 1950 by Bernie Wayne and Lee Morris, "Blue Velvet" was first recorded by nightclub singer Tony Bennett in 1951, cited by New York Times music journalist Stephen Holden as one of the tracks which defined the legendary vocalist, his unique voice, with its beauty and range, explaining that "male pop singing has never been so unabashedly sweet."
Elevate your drinkware collection with this 1950s nightclub-inspired set of vibrant and lustrous iridescent blue glasses, versatile enough for wine, cocktails, soft drinks, and water. With an exquisite shimmer, these vintage tumblers add a sophisticated, dreamy touch to the table or bar. A perfect blend of timeless beauty and functionality, they work well for both formal and casual gatherings. Offered in a Gift Box Set of 2, for keeping or giving.