Rated 2 out of 5┬áby Gionne Great design, poor quality
I bought these goblets in February and now, 6 months later, the color layer is beginning to peel. Judging from other reviews, my experience seems to be commonplace. I don't know if the peeling is a result of the dishwasher or if I'm scrubbing too hard. But given the price, neither of these factors should have contributed to this outcome. But because the design is truly in line with the Anthro style, I"m having a tough time trying to determine if I'll take them back. Bottom line: if quality is what you're looking for, save yourself the torture of parting with them and buy something else. However, if aesthetics is what you're going for, go for it.
August 19, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5┬áby Scarlet Be Careful with these
Ok, I had bought a few of these for my mom. The design is really cute and novel.
Here comes the big BUT.....
However, almost every one I saw at the store had little chips around the rim. Three out of the four we got had hair like chips around the edges. Very disappointing. We took the ones back that had cracks in them and the staff at the store took them back without any problems. So if you decide to get them CHECK the rim VERY thoroughly for cracks.
Also, I would not recommend sending them through the dishwasher.
July 30, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5┬áby Jewelgirl beautiful but fragile...
I bought these goblets instead of wine glasses. I was looking for something vintage looking and unique instead of plain stemwear and these were perfect. The one downside is that they are extremely fragile. I know they are listed as dishwasher safe but I would reccomend only hand washing them. The edges of the glass are very thin and the seams are very fragile. I have the clear ones so I do not know if the color fades. I would purchase these again, I store them each in the original box they came in when they are not in use to prevent breakage.
March 21, 2011