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Duralex
$25.00
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For many of us, Duralex is a magical name which tells a story of childhood with the little inlaid numbers found at the bottom of t...he canteen tumblers we all played with during lunchtime. But it is also much more. Duralex owes its birth to the saint Gobain group and the industrial patent for molded, tempered glass, developed in 1939 in the la Chapelle saint Mesmin factory. This industrial process gives the tumbler a perfect transparency and lasting clarity, and makes it practically unbreakable. Since its creation, the expertise and know-how of its collaborators have given the brand its international notoriety with its unbreakable tumblers whose pure, simple style is never outdated. The tempering operation consists of a brutal cooling by ventilation of cold air over the two faces of the glass product, which has been brought beforehand to a temperature of 1292f. This treatment creates in the glass a force which improves most of its physical properties; resistance to mechanical stress (bending, shocks and impacts) and to thermal shocks. The product is 2.5 Times more resistant than a fired product to equal thickness. Tempered glass can resist a thermal shock of 266f while classical glass breaks from a thermal shock of about 104f. Tempered glass conserves the optical and acoustic properties of each basic product. After being tempered, the glass can no longer be recut or reshaped. Slight deformations may be observed after tempering which are inherent in the manufacturing process. Made in France. read more

Duralex
$20.00
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Founded in 1929, Duralex has been manufacturing glassware and tabletop products in La Chappelle-Saint-Meshing, a city in the heart... of France. Since 1939, when Duralex invented the glass tempering process, the name Duralex has been associated with resilient glassware, thanks to their proprietary tempering process. The original tempered (toughened) Picardie glasses are still in production in France and are known as the "Original French Tumblers." The Picardie glass is the perfect weight: functional yet stylish and feels extremely comfortable in the hand. They are equally suitable for cold or hot drinks, conveniently stackable, impact and chip resistant, microwave and dishwasher safe. With the help of continuous investments and commitment to quality, Duralex has reached a level of excellence that makes its products recognized throughout the world. Duralex is and will always remain a true French manufacturer of glassware and tabletop products and is the only glass manufacturer that makes 100% of their products in France. read more

Duralex
$26.58
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For many of us, Duralex is a magical name which tells a story of childhood with the little inlaid numbers found at the bottom of t...he canteen tumblers we all played with during lunchtime. But it is also much more. Duralex owes its birth to the Saint Gobain group and the industrial patent for molded, tempered glass, developed in 1939 in the La Chapelle Saint Mesmin factory. This industrial process gives the tumbler a perfect transparency and lasting clarity, and makes it practically unbreakable. Since its creation, the expertise and know-how of its collaborators have given the brand its international notoriety with its unbreakable tumblers whose pure, simple style is never outdated. The tempering operation consists of a brutal cooling by ventilation of cold air over the two faces of the glass product, which has been brought beforehand to a temperature of 1292F. This treatment creates in the glass a force which improves most of its physical properties; resistance to mechanical stress (bending, shocks and impacts) and to thermal shocks. The product is 2.5 times more resistant than a fired product to equal thickness. Tempered glass can resist a thermal shock of 266F while classical glass breaks from a thermal shock of about 104F. Tempered glass conserves the optical and acoustic properties of each basic product. After being tempered, the glass can no longer be recut or reshaped. Slight deformations may be observed after tempering which are inherent in the manufacturing process. Made in France. read more

Duralex
$23.11
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For many of us, Duralex is a magical name which tells a story of childhood with the little inlaid numbers found at the bottom of t...he canteen tumblers we all played with during lunchtime. But it is also much more. Duralex owes its birth to the saint Gobain group and the industrial patent for molded, tempered glass, developed in 1939 in the la Chapelle saint Mesmin factory. This industrial process gives the tumbler a perfect transparency and lasting clarity, and makes it practically unbreakable. Since its creation, the expertise and know-how of its collaborators have given the brand its international notoriety with its unbreakable tumblers whose pure, simple style is never outdated. The tempering operation consists of a brutal cooling by ventilation of cold air over the two faces of the glass product, which has been brought beforehand to a temperature of 1292f. This treatment creates in the glass a force which improves most of its physical properties; resistance to mechanical stress (bending, shocks and impacts) and to thermal shocks. The product is 2.5 Times more resistant than a fired product to equal thickness. Tempered glass can resist a thermal shock of 266f while classical glass breaks from a thermal shock of about 104f. Tempered glass conserves the optical and acoustic properties of each basic product. After being tempered, the glass can no longer be recut or reshaped. Slight deformations may be observed after tempering which are inherent in the manufacturing process. Made in France. read more

Duralex
$20.24
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For many of us, Duralex is a magical name which tells a story of childhood with the little inlaid numbers found at the bottom of t...he canteen tumblers we all played with during lunchtime. But it is also much more. Duralex owes its birth to the saint Gobain group and the industrial patent for molded, tempered glass, developed in 1939 in the la Chapelle saint Mesmin factory. This industrial process gives the tumbler a perfect transparency and lasting clarity, and makes it practically unbreakable. Since its creation, the expertise and know-how of its collaborators have given the brand its international notoriety with its unbreakable tumblers whose pure, simple style is never outdated. The tempering operation consists of a brutal cooling by ventilation of cold air over the two faces of the glass product, which has been brought beforehand to a temperature of 1292f. This treatment creates in the glass a force which improves most of its physical properties; resistance to mechanical stress (bending, shocks and impacts) and to thermal shocks. The product is 2.5 Times more resistant than a fired product to equal thickness. Tempered glass can resist a thermal shock of 266f while classical glass breaks from a thermal shock of about 104f. Tempered glass conserves the optical and acoustic properties of each basic product. After being tempered, the glass can no longer be recut or reshaped. Slight deformations may be observed after tempering which are inherent in the manufacturing process. Made in France. read more

Duralex

This collection of bowls is named after the Lys River because of its clarity, simplicity, utility and beauty—all characteristics... of the river that runs through France and Belgium. Great for everyday use, these impact- and chip-resistant bowls are extremely durable and versatile. The collars on the rims allow the bowls to nest within one another to save cupboard space. Tempered-glass construction is suitable for hot and cold liquids and safe for the dishwasher, freezer and microwave. Made in France.Manufacturer: DuralexMaterial: Tempered glassSafe for dishwasher, microwave and freezerCapacity: 1 oz., 2 oz., 4 oz., 6 oz., 10 oz., .5 qt., 1 qt., 1.5 qt.; 2.5 qt., 3.5 qt., 6 qt.Dimensions: 1 oz.: 2.375" in diameter x 1" tall; 2 oz.: 3" x 1"; 4 oz.: 3.5" x 1.5"; 6 oz.: 4.125" x 1.5#34;; 10 oz.: 4.75" x 2"; .5 qt.: 5.5" x 2.25"; 1 qt.: 6.75" x 2.75"; 1.5 qt: 7.875" x 3.25"; 2.5 qt.: 9" x 3.75"; 3.5 qt.: 10.25" x 4"; 6 qt.: 12.5" x 5"Made in France read more

Duralex
$19.95 $11.99
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Perfect for baking sheet cakes, cooking lasagna or roasting a batch of root vegetables, these durable tempered glass bakers are de...signed to withstand the rigors of regular culinary use. Tempered glass is safe for use in the oven, microwave and freezer. Bakers clean up easily in the dishwasher, stack for space-saving storage and are available in several sizes. Manufacturer: DuralexMaterial: Tempered glassCare: Dishwasher safeUse: Oven safe to 572°F. Not for stovetop useDimensions: 13" x 7.83" x 2.5" (2.6 qt.) or 15" x 9" x 2.75" (4 qt.)Capacity: 2.6 qt. or 4 qt.Weight: 2.8 lbs. or 3.8 lbs.Made in France? read more

Duralex

This collection of bowls is named after the Lys River because of its clarity, simplicity, utility and beauty—all characteristics... of the river that runs through France and Belgium. A terrific set to use every day, these impact- and chip-resistant bowls are extremely durable and versatile. The collar on the rim allows the bowls to nest within each other to save cupboard space. Tempered-glass construction is suitable for hot and cold liquids and safe for the dishwasher, freezer and microwave. Set includes 1-oz., 2-oz., 4-oz., 7-oz., 10-oz., ½-qt., 1-qt., 1½-qt., 2½-qt. and 3½-qt. size bowls. read more

Duralex
$39.79
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For many of us, Duralex is a magical name which tells a story of childhood with the little inlaid numbers found at the bottom of t...he canteen tumblers we all played with during lunchtime. But it is also much more. Duralex owes its birth to the Saint Gobain group and the industrial patent for molded, tempered glass, developed in 1939 in the La Chapelle Saint Mesmin factory. This industrial process gives the tumbler a perfect transparency and lasting clarity and makes it practically unbreakable. Since its creation, the expertise and know-how of its collaborators have given the brand its international notoriety with its unbreakable tumblers whose pure, simple style is never outdated. The tempering operation consists of a brutal cooling by ventilation of cold air over the two faces of the glass product, which has been brought beforehand to a temperature of 1292F. This treatment creates in the glass a force which improves most of its physical properties; resistance to mechanical stress (bending, shocks and impacts) and to thermal shocks. The product is 2.5 times more resistant than a fired product to equal thickness. Tempered glass can resist a thermal shock of 266F while classical glass breaks from a thermal shock of about 104F. Tempered glass conserves the optical and acoustic properties of each basic product. After being tempered, the glass can no longer be recut or reshaped. Slight deformations may be observed after tempering which are inherent in the manufacturing process. Made in France. read more

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