Libbey 16-Piece Colbalt Flare Glassware Set
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- 16-1/2-ounce capacity
- Great for gift giving and entertaining
- Makes a great addition to any table
- Dishwasher safe
- Luminous cobalt blue color
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Top Customer Reviews
The sizes provided in this set of glasses is a welcome addition to your table. At 4-1/2 inches tall holding 14-1/2 ounces and 6 inches tall holding 17 ounces, these two sizes are perfect for most beverages. Most sets provide you with three graduated sizes of 6 each and the smallest is always just a little too small. This set of 8 of each size acknowledges what most people need.
The feel and the weight of these glasses complement the intense color. They are thick enough so you have a comfortable rim to drink from. This thickness makes them a slightly heavier glass that feels really durable. Originally I was worried the top flare may make them more suseptible to tipping, however, this does not seem to be true. The combination of weight and flare seemed to be balanced enough to give you a stable glass.
At home my teenage children vie for who gets the blue glasses, so I know it isn't just me.
If you own these, hold them up to the light, and you might discover cracks in yours too. They are not always easy to spot. And, sure they stack, but good luck getting them apart.
Glad I got them at a good price, or I would be disgruntled, rather than annoyed.
These glasses were perfect. The glass is thick so it feels very comfortable to put to your lips and drink with. They are very easy to get clean without a lot of ridges to get dried stuff caught up in.
The color is very stylish and I have gotten a lot of comments on the cool glasses.
They are very much worth the price.
PS. They match perfectly if you are serving Skyy vodka or are drinking Skyy Blue drinks. It looks like you planned a whole bar set.
That said, these glasses have a hefty and substantial feel to them, are also dishwasher-safe, and are nice and hefty in one's hand. The smaller double old-fashioned glass is 4-1/2 inches tall and holds 12 ounces of fluid with ice, and the taller "cooler" glass is 6 inches tall and will hold sixteen ounces of beverage with ice. The glasses are a very deep blue, and are very attractive and distinctive. We really enjoy them, and they have been sturdy enough to last us the better part of year undamaged. We highly recommend them. Enjoy!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These sisn't hold up well to dish washing. Heating and cooling and all eventually cracked and brokePublished 17 months ago by Larry L kelly
I bought them to have a complete cobalt kitchen set going on. They were probably the best looking part. Read morePublished on October 1, 2013 by Tcnitsni
These Libbey cobalt glasses were a replacement set for my sister. They were no longer available at the local kitchen store(s) & I found them here on Amazon.... Read morePublished on December 3, 2011 by Irish Eyes
I've had these glasses for almost 10 years and they are still in great shape. They are well-made, sturdy, very pretty glassware. Highly recommended.Published on November 7, 2011 by NABMom
This is a terrific value. I love nearly everything cobalt and had purchased some of these individually, over the years, for a lot more. The amount that came is more than plenty. Read morePublished on April 2, 2009 by J. A. Connolly
These glasses are pretty and comfortable, a good size and feel. However, they WILL NOT SURVIVE a fall from the table or counter onto the floor. Read morePublished on December 18, 2008 by Sarah French
Really liked these glasses. Had some similar from Pier One a few years back but they broke. Bought these as a replacement to go with my blue dishesPublished on November 10, 2008 by C. Fancher
I bought these because I love the color. They are made well and should last a long time.Published on October 12, 2008 by MDALUV
We have had these glasses for 6 weeks. They were everything we could expect and for a very reasonable price of $20 plus shipping. Read morePublished on October 12, 2008 by Practice makes perfect