- Retro coupette-style glasses named for the characters in "The Thin Man" movie
- Evocative of the post-Prohibition Champagne-sipping age of glamour and decadence
- Style-defining broad-bowled saucers perfect for serving straight-up cocktails
- Resistant to breakage; designed for aesthetics and functionality (dishwasher safe)
- 8-ounce capacity; measures 5 1/4-inches high by 3 3/4-inches top diameter
Champagne Sleuthing with Nick and Nora.
Hollywood in the mid-1930s was celebrating the demise of one of the most unbearable plagues to descend upon Earth — Prohibition. Released in 1934, “The Thin Man” is a thriller remembered not only for its "whodunit" murder mystery, but also for its cocktail-loving main characters. Nick & Nora collection of glassware was named after them, true to the civilized cocktail culture of the era, when the Champagne Cocktail hit its stride.
With its elegant textural surface providing a comfortable hold, eye-catching presentation, and volume smartly on the small side, this captivating coupette-style glass is perfect for sipping frothy Champagne Cocktails, as Champagne adds effervescence, bitters lend balance and a cube of sugar sweetens the deal. In addition, the classic coupe lends an air of sophistication to any favorite straight-up cocktail. Excellent for sipping in between solving crimes. Offered in a Gift Box Set of 2, for keeping or giving