Vertical, transparent and, sometimes, coloured glasses set the layout of the tabletop in motion. Three glasses, placed diagonally at the top of the plate towards the tip of the knife, are generally used: the largest is for water; the medium one is used for red wine while the smallest one is for white wine. If a dessert wine is also served, a fourth glass is added; for champagne a flûte is placed next to the water glass.
Our glasses are made from crystal or glass and mounted on a cast pewter base so that they match the rest of our dinnerware. There are also goblets and tankards entirely made from pewter for those who wish to recreate a medieval atmosphere in their homes. The alloy used satisfies all EEC and USA regulations governing containers for alimentary use. They are also dishwasher proof.