The hand-painted Granite grand goblet glass stands 8.5 inches tall and can hold 20.5 ounces.
The grand goblet allows for a generous portion of red wine to be served, the shape encourages wrapping your hand around the bowl, warming the liquid, enhancing the aroma and flavor.
Granite is the most masculine of my designs, in my opinion. It’s also the design with the most loyal fans I have ever met. There’s a couple from New York who add to their Granite collection every summer. They’ve sent me pictures of their two corner curio cabinets filled with Granite! Now they request an item and I spend most of the year searching out the pieces to paint - salad bowls, dinner plates, and serving pieces round out their one-of-a-kind collection.
Using the same design concept as StainGlass Contemporary, Granite is a combination of black, pewter, opaque, white and clear triangular shaped spaces. The clear spaces allow you to see what’s in your glass and the neutral coloring goes with so many different color schemes and decorating ideas.