The Nick & Nora glass represents some of the finest elements of pre-prohibition cocktail drinking. As seen in the 1939 film The Thin Man where Nick Charles was a former detective and his wife Nora Charles exchange smart and witty banter with each other. The characters became an archetype of the age, and the glassware a desire by many.
These thoughtful reproductions of the age fit the size and elegance of the move. But, most practically, they are what a true cocktail glass should seek to be: easy to hold and handle with less spills. The Nick & Nora glass was used before the invention of the classic triangle-designed martini glass and holds much more practicality.
This Nick & Nora glass comes in at 6 ounces, just enough for those elegant cocktails that are, thanks to the growing cocktail industry, no longer lost in time. Use this glass to produce a fantastic whiskey sour or french martini.
Dimensions: 5.9″ tall, 3.6″ diameter, 2.8″ bottom diameter