ARGENTINA（1 Piece / Old-Baccarat）
"ARGENTINA" by baccarat's art deco designer Georges Chevalier. The name comes from the french word for "Argentina" in south america, and the ivy and flowers are expressed using etching techniques. Originally a coupe for champagne, it is also perfect for appetizers and dessert glasses.
- About 150g（1 Piece）
- About 9.5cm
- About 6.8cm
- There are 7 pieces left
- Excellent Condition
It is in good condition without a feeling of use.
*Since it is different from the current baccarat, there may be handmade characteristics（variations in size and thickness）, traces from manufacturing, air bubbles, and slight wear over time.
Baccarat is a french crystal luxury brand. In 1764, King Louis XV of france granted permission to establish a glass factory in the village of baccarat in the lorraine region, and in 1816, crystal glass was manufactured for the first time. In 1860, it was officially registered as a trademark as “Baccarat.” Baccarat artisans take pride in the brand, strive for perfection, and transform it into a coveted object with their unique talent and passion. It takes about 15 years for a craftsman to be able to freely manipulate the properties of crystal, and baccarat has produced over 50 craftsmen who have received france’s M.O.F. There is also demand from the royal families of various countries. Even a single glass requires the skills and manufacturing time of many specialized craftsmen. Baccarat glasses are made of a material called “Full Red Crystal” and have strict quality standards, and the sound when played with your fingers is wonderful, and the color is as close to transparent as possible. Basically, there are no outlets because 30 to 40% of the products are discarded without being turned into products. The deep, pure brilliance and sparkle that attracts celebrities from all over the world, and the time and space you spend with baccarat will awaken your five senses.