Miniature wine glass holiday ornaments are hand-painted with some of Lolita’s famous designs. This collectible ornament is sure to be a Christmas favorite and would make a great gift for a spouse, girl friend, neighbor, relative, teacher, party hostess or even yourself. Mini ornament is approximately 4-Inch tall and comes with a round see-through gift and storage box, a satin ribbon accent and a fancy scroll metal hanger. To put it simply, at Santa Barbara Design Studio, we make what we love and we love what we make. The one and only Lolita. It all started with a girls’ night out. One that contained more than the usual laughter and fun. Browsing for the first time through a martini menu, Lolita was inspired by the recipes. After being served a Cosmopolitan, her creative imagination made her see the glass differently, the way she thought it should be, a bit more dressed up, perhaps with a pattern, with flair and with a fabulous recipe on the bottom. Lolita took hold of that original idea, hand painted martini glasses and then took the world by storm in 2004 to become the hottest gift brand in the United States. Now, after many successful products, designs and collections, she continues to stand behind what she has always believed. That life should be lived to its fullest and every moment should be celebrated. What is your moment? Commemorate it with a wine, margarita or martini glass, a shooter, rocks glass or pilsner. For whichever of life’s big moments, there is a Lolita style to fit it.

Product Features

  • Mini wine glass holiday ornament by Lolita
  • Approximately 4-Inch tall
  • Miniature replica of the famous Lolita wine glasses
  • Blown glass loop tied with ribbon and a fancy scroll metal hanger
  • Standard sized themed wine glasses, shot glasses or pilsner beer glasses in all new Christmas and holiday designs sold separately

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