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Gigogne Duralex Tumbler - Set of 6 Kitchen Duralex
Gigogne Duralex Tumbler - Set of 6 Kitchen Duralex
Gigogne Duralex Tumbler - Set of 6 Kitchen Duralex
Gigogne Duralex Tumbler - Set of 6 Kitchen Duralex
Gigogne Duralex Tumbler - Set of 6 Kitchen Duralex

Gigogne Duralex Tumbler - Set of 6

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Named after a French word meaning "nested" the Duralex Gigogne are meant to be stackable and easily stored. The Duralex Gigogne Tumbler has been a standard for parents and the school cafeteria because they are shatterproof and shock-resistant. Generations of French kids grew up with the Duralex Gigogne and these tumblers immediately bring sweet childhood memories. Today, the Duralex Gigogne tumblers are beloved by chefs and families alike for coffee, wine, juice, parfaits, desserts and more. 

They are a healthy and sustainable alternative to plastic tumblers and sippy cups for little hands you'll find in most Montessori schools. 

  • Thermal shock resistant from -4 F to 212 F.   
  • 100% recyclable transparent glass. 
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Microwave safe
  • Freezer safe 
  • Hygienic, non-porous glass
  • Safe, non-cutting glass
  • Made in France 
  • 22cl Ø 8 cm H 7.7 cm
  • 7 3/4 oz  Ø 3 1/8" H 3"

An icon of understated design, the Gigogne was the first tumbler created by Duralex in 1946 and is featured at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris  and at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

INGREDIENTS

This product is composed of 100% recyclable glass.

HOW TO USE

Clean using a dishwasher or by hand. Microwave safe and freezer safe.

PACKAGING

This product is packaged in a cardboard box that is recyclable through paper and single-stream recycling.

END OF LIFE

This product is recyclable through glass and single-stream recycling.

BRAND

Founded in 1945, Duralex has been manufacturing tempered glassware and tabletop products for over 80 years in La Chapelle-Saint-Mesmin in the very heart of France. Since 1945, when Duralex invented the glass tempering process, the name Duralex has been associated with toughened glassware, utilizing their proprietary process.


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