- Set of 2 cinematic cocktail coupes, inspired by Marlene Dietrich in Hollywood
- Vintage "Hobnail" design features elegant textured detail first introduced in 1939
- Knobbed surface not only adds textural interest, but also promotes a better grip
- Suitable for formal service yet durable for everyday use; dishwasher safe
- Dimensions: 3 1/2" (top); 3 1/2" (bottom); 3 1/4" (height); Capacity: 12 1/2 ounces
A Cinematic Tumbler Inspired by Marlene Dietrich, the Last Goddess.
A magnetic movie star and singer, Marlene Dietrich was an international symbol of glamour and sex for more than half a century. In her films and record-breaking cabaret performances, Miss Dietrich artfully projected cool sophistication, self-mockery and infinite experience. Her sexuality was audacious, her wit was insolent and her manner was ageless. Her friend Maurice Chevalier once said: "Dietrich is something that never existed before and may never exist again. That's a woman."
In Hollywood, Marlene frequented the Hi-Ho Club, named for its address on the corner of Highland Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard. She sipped her preferred version of the Old-Fashioned from a glass that was true to the civilized cocktail culture of the 1930s. With its elegant textural surface providing a comfortable hold and eye-catching presentation, this captivating, hand-blown tumbler is quintessential Dietrich. Its rich history lends an air of sophistication to the considered libation, whether a classic Old-Fashioned, whiskey, or any liquor on the rocks. Excellent for dinner parties or any occasion where glamour is requested. Offered in a Gift Box Set of 2, for keeping or giving.