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This Upside Down Red Wine Glass Offers an Unexpected Experience

 - Feb 5, 2016
References: red5 & homecrux
Available for purchase from Red5, the Upside Down Red Wine Glass takes the traditional design of a glass and turns it on its head (literally). Crafted from soda-lime glass, the wine glass is capable of holding a similar amount of wine compared to other glasses. The wine glass looks and feels like a traditional glass, but it's only when it's used that the design is understood.

The perceived base of the Upside Down Red Wine Glass transforms into a section for sipping, while the upper portion holds the wine. The stem acts as a transfer for the wine to move from the storage, to the sipping section.

The wine glass is sold individually and retails for about $10 a piece.