Starfrit Introduces Glass Serveware

The new Swizl glass  from Starfrit Gourmet. starfrit.comThe new Swizl glass from Starfrit Gourmet. starfrit.com

Starfrit, the housewares company that launched the Cat Cora line of cookware earlier this year, has created a new line of glass serveware.

The five-ounce Swizl wide-mouth glasses were designed to present appetizers, drinks or desserts with style. The durable glasses have an extra thick base and feature a scroll-like design in either black or white. They are dishwasher safe.

Starfrit also has a line of white ceramic tapas mini serveware pieces in a variety of shapes. The newest cookware from Cat Cora includes a tri-ply stainless steel 10-piece set and a stackable 12-piece set. The pieces have a riveted stainless-steel handle design, a graduated interior that makes measuring easy, and are oven-safe up to 500 degrees.

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