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by Cerámica San Germán - Mexico

Hand-painted Tequila/Mezcal Shot Glasses with Tray - Set of 6

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Original price $74.00 - Original price $74.00
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This gorgeous Hand-painted Tequila/Mezcal Shot Glasses with Tray - Set of 6 is a must-have addition to your kitchenware. The glasses and tray are made of stoneware pottery fired at high temperatures, making them dishwasher and microwave safe.

The glasses will hold 1 fl. oz. of liquid, making them ideal for your mezcal or tequila shots, while the tray is perfect to accompany your shots with a sprinkle of salt and a squeeze of lemon juice. Use it to add a touch of Mexican spice to any house party.

Stoneware pottery (High Fire) / lead free

Set: Diameter: 6.10" x Height: 2.55" (Diameter: 15.5cm x Height: 6.5cm)
Glass: Diameter: 1.96" x Height: 2.36" (Diameter: 5cm x Height: 6cm)
Tray: Diameter: 6.10" x Height: 0.78" (Diameter: 15.5cm x Height: 2cm)
Weight: 1.87lb. (848.21g)



  • Microwave, dishwasher safe.
  • Lead safe.

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  • Cerámica San Germán

    A family business with proud Jaliscan roots, Cerámica San Germán was founded in 1983 by Jaime and Julieta Bravo, who followed in the footsteps of generations of master potters who developed the characteristic Tonalá style of pottery, featuring blue and earthy tones and animal illustrations.

    Today, Julieta and Jaime are joined by their children and their spouses, who moved the workshop closer to Mexico City and incorporated elements of modern design, bringing the business firmly into the 21st century.
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