Your Toast Will Have To be Worthy: Diamonds In Glass

We've seen them in rings, in ears, in noses, nipples and teeth. And glass.

From Austria, come Natascha Marx and Tobias Berger, the brains and brawn behind Diamonds In Glass (DIG). By coming up with a way to suspend genuine cut diamonds in hand-blown borosilicate glass they embed the gems in stemware, upping the bar for a finely set table.

Just take a look a some of their products:

In addition to wine glasses, they have pilsner glasses, champagne glasses and more.

Not only do they embed diamonds in stemware but in ashtrays:

Napkin rings:

Flacon stoppers:



And, of course, rings:

See their site to learn more or purchase.

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