An antique liqueur glass brought back from France.
There are things in antique glass that are eliminated as errors in modern glass crafts, such as traces of burst bubbles and wrinkles.
The thick and ennui texture of antique glass is born from uneven thickness and unstable ingredients.
It is a wonder that something that is not transparent captures more transparency. If you pour tea, the light seems to melt into the tea water.
There are 5 customers in good condition. How about a summer tea party?