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Schott Zwiesel® TOSSA Highball Glass

This sophisticated highball glass makes the perfect vessel for a Tom Collins, Dark and Stormy or a refreshing lemonade. Ideal for cocktail aficionados, TOSSA collection glassware features thick, weighted bases and clean lines for a substantial...Read More

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This sophisticated highball glass makes the perfect vessel for a Tom Collins, Dark and Stormy or a refreshing lemonade. Ideal for cocktail aficionados, TOSSA collection glassware features thick, weighted bases and clean lines for a substantial, uncomplicated look that adds an air of sophistication to any occasion. Revolutionary Tritan crystal resists chipping, scratching, and breaking and retains its clarity and luster for the life of the glass.

  • Manufacturer: Schott Zwiesel
  • Material: Tritan crystal
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Dimensions: 2.6" x 5.9"
  • Capacity: 8.3 oz.
  • Made in Germany
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Because it was on their bridal registry and I didn't want to buy pots and pans!
Debra S on May 28, 2015
looked nice
Lesley T on Dec 12, 2014
IT WAS ON A WISH LIST FOR MY SON-IN-LAW!
charles r on Dec 16, 2014
Right size for water, with heavy base
Katherine M on Aug 24, 2014
What is " Tritan crystal"? Is it glass or acrylic?
Patricia M W on Nov 18, 2014
Best Answer: It's glass.
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What is "Tritan crystal"? Is it glass or an acrylic?
A shopper on Nov 18, 2014
Best Answer: It's glass.
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