Seagrass Glass Carafe


These are perfect for adding a decorative touch to any room’s decor. Perfect for everyday use – warm-weather patio entertaining, this tiki-bar-style glassware collection features charming open-weave seagrass slipcovers, handmade in Vietnam. Inspired by the refreshing feeling of a cold drink on a hot day. Pair this tumbler with our woven tabletop collection and seagrass pitcher for a perfect picnic, indoors or out.

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Seagrass Glass Carafe
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  • Dimensions: H5.6 x 3.1 inches
  • Capacity: 500ml/ 16.9oz
  • Handcrafted with recycled glass and woven seagrass, these glasses will bring a coastal vibe to your tabletop. Cover Made of seagrass, Glass vase inside. Cannot be separated.
  • This glassware is so beautiful and I love how the rattan weave came out. The glassware which is natural and durable, to adorn the casing of the glasses. They are all ideal to serve water, wine, milk, juice ice tea, cocktail, or your favorite Beverage.
  • Add a natural, coastal look to your drinks with these Seagrass Overlay Highball Glasses. Each woven overlay adds eye-catching texture to their clear glass bodies.
  • This pitcher body has an accurate scale. Whether it is greeting guests or cooking food, will help you the reasonable control of the volume of water. Specially designed with non-dripping spout make it easy to pour. The fun and whimsical designs of pitcher a festive mood at any gathering. Seagrass cover is woven tightly to the glassware to prevent breakage and damage.
  • Clear glass carafe, Feature woven, natural seagrass overlay
  • This pitcher makes a wide array of products for every home and garden lover. Whether you’re looking for a perfect gift to spruce up your friend’s garden, or if you need a housewarming present
  • CLEANING: Hand wash in warm soapy water; rinse well and air dry


Additional information
Weight 0.6 kg

Set of 2, Set of 4, Set of 6, Single

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