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 designed by Douglas Potts and Jasmine Lau of Nostalgics design studio.
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!