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Holmegaard "Princess" Champagne Coupes

A set of five champagne coupes or saucers designed by Brent Severin for Danish maker Holmegaard. Second-hand.

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What's for sale?

This is a set of five, hand made, Holmegaard "Princess" champagne glasses in the rare, coupe or saucer shape. 

The Princess range, with a conical stem and captured bubble, was designed by Danish architect Bent Severin in 1957. It featured a variety of glass sizes and profiles, all sharing the same clean, modern, symmetrical lines. These are the rare champagne saucers which have a beautifully-rounded bowl, the classic champagne saucer.

Who made them and when?

They were made by the highly-regarded Danish glass maker Holmegaard. The Princess range is over 60 years old and a beautiful example of Scandinavian design. These will have been manufactured anytime between 1958 and 1995.

What condition are they in?

  • Second-hand
  • In very good condition
  • No chips or cracks

What are the measurements?

  • 9.5cm high (3.75 inches)
  • 4.5cm high bowl (1.75 inches)
  • 5cm high stem (2 inches)
  • 10cm in diameter (4 inches)
  • 127 grams each
  • 125ml capacity

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Late 20th century (1950-1999)
Stock ID:
Out of stock.

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