Oxymore Champagne Flute
by: Saint Louis
Between the hot and cold departments of Saint Louis' workshop their is an on going debate. If a cold worker makes a hole through the glass in the cutting process he is sure to blame the hot worker for the glass being too thin. This is countered by the hot worker who blows the glass, he will surely disagree and let him know that the cutting skills are the issue. Working in total harmony at each end of the thermometer, this new pattern stands out thanks to its geometric shape and Art Deco lines. Although Saint Louis' roots date back to 1586 they are still progressing with new designs over 400 years later.