Founded in 1475, La Rochère is the oldest working art glassworks factory in France. With its wealth of experise, the glassworks designs and produces tableware and decorative items from mouth blown and machine glass, ranging from new versions of 18th-century items to designer creations.
La Rochere’s pieces are fired at a very high temperatures producing an exceptional quality glass that is both crystal clear and durable. A pressure seam is sometimes visible, which is the mark left by opening the mould in which the glass is pressed. It is the characteristic of pressed machine glass and symbolizes its heritage and makes each item a true piece of French glass history.
La Rochère proposes original collections that are relevant to contemporary living styles. It does not consider "daily life" to be a meaningless notion, but rather filled with heritage, emotions and passion to accompany key occasions and small moment of happiness.
La Rochere Eiffel Tower Wine Glass is a perfect complement to your dining experience Barware made in the oldest glass factory in Europe 8-ounce capacity glass Decorated with a 3-dimensional Eiffel Tower detail Made in France
All everyday glassware should be as great-looking, durable and versatile as these tumblers. Adorned with the Napoleonic bee, they are as perfect for juice as they are for spirits and cocktails on the rocks.
This Teapot is equipped with a tempered glass mug which resists thermal shocks of 120°C. Its large stainless steel filter allows the leaves to unfold and reveal all their aromas, while the solid wood lid comes from sustainably managed French forests.
A fixture in French kitchens, this chic little dish keeps butter or jam fresh and spreadable at the breakfast table. Detailed with our signature French bee, this dish and cover set is the heart of any kitchen. A joyful gift.
A collection of small cups that play with the decorative designs of traditionnal bistro glasses. For contemporary tastings.
After Box by La Rochère 4 little glasses perfect for collectibles lover. recreating the designs of old cut glasses, the shot glasses enhance the liquid nectar inside
The La Rochère absinthe spoon sits perfectly across the top of the La Rochere absinthe glass. Use it to hold a sugar cube while you drip iced water over it, for a traditional Belle Epoque absinthe ritual.
Reissue of a absinthe glass from the 30s, developed in collaboration with the Museum of Absinthe.
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3 rue de Birague - Paris le Marais
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