June 6, 2008

Seven Deadly Wine Glasses - Tempt Yourself With Sinful Wine Drinking

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These red wine glasses are based on the 7 deadly sins. Each glass encapsulates a sin, which is revealed through the ritual of drinking (something we're very familiar with here at Liquor Snob). The ‘7 Deadly Glasses’ are about celebrating passion and encouraging the user to be sinful in a theatrical fashion, and to also over indulge in whatever vice you seem to have when drinking.

If you're in London between June 12th and 19th, you can see the glasses being exhibited at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design Degree Show. If in person you seem to think you NEED seven deadly wine glasses, you can order one of the limited edition sets. They come in a mahogany, velvet and brass case, so expect the set to cost a sinful amount.

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Via Gizmodo at Kacper Hamilton

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Posted by Jay Brewer at June 6, 2008 10:45 AM
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