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DRÖMBILD Mug, clear glass,

Price KD 0.750

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Make your life easier when hosting a party and use DRÖMGLAS mug for both cold and warm beverages, for children and adults. With the handle, guests can hold the mug without burning their fingers.

Article number004.174.52

Product details

You can use the mug for both hot and cold drinks since the glass is very resistant to heat.


Inma Bermudez

  • Wash this product before using it for the first time.

  • Material
    Tempered glass



  • Tempered glass should be handled with care! A damaged edge or a scratched surface can cause the glass to break suddenly.
  • No cadmium or lead added.

    We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.


Height: 9 cm

Volume: 25 cl

  • DRÖMBILDArticle number004.174.52

    Width: 9 cm

    Height: 8 cm

    Length: 11 cm

    Weight: 0.25 kg

    Package(s): 1



What is glass?

Glass is mainly made of sand, soda and lime melted at a high temperature. Tempering or various additives gives you extra-strong and impact-resistant glass that in some cases can be taken straight from freezer to oven without cracking. A big benefit is how glass can be recycled over and over without the quality deteriorating. Also, a lot less energy is needed to melt recycled glass compared to new raw materials. Our goal is to eventually use only recycled glass in our range.

Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

"When I designed the DRÖMBILD series I was inspired by flea market bargains to create a mix of old and new. By choosing glass as the material and giving the pattern a three-dimensional look in the tableware, food and drink become the centre of attention. Of course you are free to use them in any combination you like, there’s no right or wrong. For example, the plate can be used to hold beautiful birthday cards that would otherwise end up in a box."

Designer Lycke von Schantz