Holmegaard Charlotte Amalie glass
One of Holmegaards big successes is the Charlotte Amalie wine glass and the associated series. The beautiful wine glasses are mouth-blown, and with attention to every detail.
Per Lütken has designed the popular Holmegaard Charlotte Amalie glass in 1981 and the series is still in production today. The Charlotte Amalie glasses are easy to recognize because of their plump shape with drops up the stem. In contrast to the more minimalistic glasses, such as Perfection and Cabernet, the Charlotte Amalie glasses are special because of the carefully decoration on the glass stem. The Charlotte Amalie series includes two beautiful candlesticks, which was launched in 2011. Charlotte Amalie wine glass is actually named after Per Lütkens wife. Holmegaard Charlotte Amalie wine glass are mouth-blown and are not dishwasher safe.
Holmegaard Ideelle Wine Glasses
Ideelle glasses from Holmegaard are some of the oldest wine glasses, which are still in production. Holmegaard Ideelle was designed by Per Lütken in 1978 and they are still very popular. It is a glass with a good weight, which at the same time meet Per Lütkens philosophy of "the soft, round and pleasant." With Per Lütken's Ideelle glasses you can cover a great table with red wine glass, white wine glass, beer glasses and water glasses. To welcoming drinks there are great champagne glasses and for coffee there are cognac glasses.
Perfection Holmegaard Drinking Glasses
In 2006 Tom Nybro designed a new glass series for Holmegaard, namely Perfection. The special thing about this series is that when all the glasses stand next to each other, they form a perfectly straight line. Holmegaard Perfection glass was originally intended for the professional market and is therefore to find in a number of restaurants, but eventually also in many private homes. Holmegaard Perfection consists of red wine glass, white wine glass, burgundy wine glasses, champagne glasses, beer glasses and two different water glass.