Cristallerie de Montbronn Circé crystal glasses collection

Inspired by the enthralling tales of Greek mythology and its protagonists, the Circé collection by Cristallerie de Montbronn exudes elegance through a unique blend of modern and traditional design. The slender and elongated glass shape forms the ideal partnership between contemporary and classic aesthetics. Meticulously hand-cut details emulate the scales of sirens, adorning the water glass with an air of mythical charm. The visual softness and dexterity of Circé breathe new life into the collections.

The Circé collection is available in pristine clear crystal, showcasing a modern and contemporary appearance. This innovative glass shape is a testament to the exceptional skill and expertise master craftsmen, who exhibit their mastery of the art with each creation. The scale motif, which became popular in the decorative arts in France as early as the 17th century, conveys a sense of opulent richness and grandeur.

Each piece in the Circé collection is expertly blown, cut, and polished with dedicated and passionate crystal artisans. Their unwavering commitment to their craft ensures that every glass in the collection radiates elegance and sophistication. Embrace the enchanting fusion of modern and traditional design with the Circé water glass collection by Cristallerie de Montbronn.



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