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Flute glass

Scope note

Tall and extremely narrow drinking glasses with a conical-shaped bowl which rests on a stem. Used for drinking wine, especially champagne. For glasses with a shallow saucer-shaped bowl intended for drinking champagne use "champagne glasses."

This term has 2 records attributed within our system.

Term type

AAT
Object name

Getty AAT term number

3000197100

Broader Terms used

wine glass

Narrower Terms used

ratafia glasses

Equivalent Terms used

flute glasses

Created

12yrs ago

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