The striking design of the Jupiter champagne flute is inspired by Baccarat iconic Massena stemware. The beveled cut of the Jupiter glass provides a newer, more streamlined take on the classic original, which has been part of Baccarat catalogue since the '70s. The expert detailing has been artfully scored into the base of the bowl and cascades down the stem to the foot of the glass. The delicate ridges refract the light and bring nuance to the surface texture. Moreover, the artful technique puts the upper bowl smooth translucence in sharp relief. The deep orgue bevel cuts showcase Baccarat exceptional craftsmanship, making the flute the perfect vessel for celebratory sips of champagne. A Jupiter wine glass, which shares the champagne flute's textural qualities, is also available.
5 3/4 oz.
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