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Drinking Glass Sets | Signature Cocktail Glass | NEW YORK FIRST

Nick & Nora at the Stork Club 1934 Signature Cocktail Glass (Gift Box Set of 2)

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  • Premium Gift Box Set of 2 vintage-style Cocktail Glasses, inspired by the Stork Club, New York's swanky nightclub.
  • Re-issued from the post-Prohibition era of Nick & Nora, each glass is more refined in terms of density and shape 
  • Each 7-ounce glass includes the Stork Club logo on the rounded bowls, supported by tall, multi-sided stems
  • For the versatile service of the Whiskey Sour, Daiquiri, Aviation, Grasshopper, Gimlet, and other straight-up cocktails
  • The classic shape helps to present the perfect blend, balancing between the sweet and sour components of each sip
  • The glass is a bit more approachable and easier to hold than a classic coupe, offering an option for drinks that should be sipped slowly
  • Safe, strong, durable and designed for beauty and strength; designed to withstand rigors of professional bar service
  • Dimensions for superior functionality: Top: 2 1/2-inches; Bottom: 2 1/2-inches; Height: 761/2-inches; Volume Capacity: 7 -ounces  
  • Perfect gift-giving idea for hospitality and celebrations - party gifts birthdays, engagement, wedding, housewarming, anniversaries
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Nick & Nora Visit "New York's New Yorkiest Place.”

It was 1934, and the year’s most talked-about film was “The Thin Man” with William Powell and Myrna Loy as the quick-witted, perpetually tipsy Nick and Nora Charles.  It was the same year a former speakeasy called the Stork Club moved to 3 East 53rd Street, just East of Fifth Avenue.  Columnist Walter Winchell called the location “New York’s New Yorkiest place.” The Stork Club became home-away-from-home for the top talent of stage and screen, and yes, Powell and Loy (aka Nick and Nora) were regulars.

With the repeal of Prohibition, cocktails at the Stork Club were served in swellegant glasses with rounded bowls emblazoned with the nightclub’s logo, supported by tall, multi-sided stems.  True to the sophisticated classics of an earlier era, they are fun to hold, fun to sip from.  Excellent for dinner parties or any occasion where glamour is requested.  Offered in a Gift Box Set of 2, for keeping or giving.