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Absolutely! I have several sizes of these glasses. I stack the smaller ones 3 deep and the mid-sized 2 deep. You could stack them higher as they fit together nicely. Mine are still going strong after over 6 months of daily use and stacking.
champagne for breakfast
· October 10, 2014
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Height is 2-1/4 inches; circumference is 10 inches; diameter is 3 inches.
Carmen Factora
· September 30, 2013
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Yes you can use them for hot beverages like espresso since the are made of tempered glass, which is 2.5 times more resistant than regular glass.
Cristina
Manufacturer · November 26, 2018
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Just received mine -- Amazon was the vendor and they were double boxed. The inside box was Bormioli branded and per the shipping label, were shipped from from Luigi Bormioli Distribution (Barnwell SC) to Amazon. There were no stickers, and the only markings were random numbers on the bottom of the glasses. The box indi… see more Just received mine -- Amazon was the vendor and they were double boxed. The inside box was Bormioli branded and per the shipping label, were shipped from from Luigi Bormioli Distribution (Barnwell SC) to Amazon. There were no stickers, and the only markings were random numbers on the bottom of the glasses. The box indicated that they were made in Spain. Per Bornioli, they have 2 productions plants in Italy and one in Spain, and i'm quite confident that my glasses are authentic, and all arrived in good condition. see less Just received mine -- Amazon was the vendor and they were double boxed. The inside box was Bormioli branded and per the shipping label, were shipped from from Luigi Bormioli Distribution (Barnwell SC) to Amazon. There were no stickers, and the only markings were random numbers on the bottom of the glasses. The box indicated that they were made in Spain. Per Bornioli, they have 2 productions plants in Italy and one in Spain, and i'm quite confident that my glasses are authentic, and all arrived in good condition.
jiminil
· November 10, 2019
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I am looking at the larger tumbler which measures 8.3 cms across the top and is 8.5 cms high. The smaller and squatter one is 8 cms across the top and is about 5.5 cms high. These glasses are not quite as thin as the ones from San Sebastian - Bodega glasses that they use for cider etc. There are OK though and will t… see more I am looking at the larger tumbler which measures 8.3 cms across the top and is 8.5 cms high. The smaller and squatter one is 8 cms across the top and is about 5.5 cms high. These glasses are not quite as thin as the ones from San Sebastian - Bodega glasses that they use for cider etc. There are OK though and will take a lot more dropping without a breakage. Good luck! see less I am looking at the larger tumbler which measures 8.3 cms across the top and is 8.5 cms high. The smaller and squatter one is 8 cms across the top and is about 5.5 cms high. These glasses are not quite as thin as the ones from San Sebastian - Bodega glasses that they use for cider etc. There are OK though and will take a lot more dropping without a breakage. Good luck!
Pierre Sydney
· January 27, 2014
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Italy.
Carmen Factora
· November 17, 2014
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No big surprise here. I still liked the quality.
Natalie P. Garth
· February 8, 2019
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The ones I received were not. They were thick glass votive candle holders - sticker on the bottom warning not to leave burning candles alone. Bummer! I returned them with no problem.
Lane
· August 19, 2019
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Hi it is a 7.5 oz glass. A seller must have changed the picture and uploaded the wrong one.
Cristina
Manufacturer · July 24, 2018
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I wouldn't- they are very thin and will heat up too fast- even if they don't break- they will get hot unevenly and too fast. I used short mason jars with my kids: https://www.google.com/search?q=short.mason+jars&client=safari&hl=en-us&prmd=sivn&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjg16qD74LRAhUM4iYKHTaeCe4Q_AUICCgC&biw… see more I wouldn't- they are very thin and will heat up too fast- even if they don't break- they will get hot unevenly and too fast. I used short mason jars with my kids: https://www.google.com/search?q=short.mason+jars&client=safari&hl=en-us&prmd=sivn&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjg16qD74LRAhUM4iYKHTaeCe4Q_AUICCgC&biw=375&bih=559#imgrc=WL_OhWogfwGCGM%3A see less I wouldn't- they are very thin and will heat up too fast- even if they don't break- they will get hot unevenly and too fast. I used short mason jars with my kids: https://www.google.com/search?q=short.mason+jars&client=safari&hl=en-us&prmd=sivn&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjg16qD74LRAhUM4iYKHTaeCe4Q_AUICCgC&biw=375&bih=559#imgrc=WL_OhWogfwGCGM%3A
A.D
· December 20, 2016