Filigree and Ribbon Glass Lemons and Limes

Lemons are symbolically associated with drinking Tequila. They are used to bite on after drinking poor quality Tequila. Prices are $ USD.

Handblown glass fruit
Filigree Ribbon Glass Lemon
Black and White Ribbon Canes with an orange edge alternate with black aventurine veil canes in this lemon. It is signed with a VWT signature murrini on the tip of the stem.
Size: 5″ H x 2.5″ W
Price: $245.00

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Handblown glass fruit
Filigree Ribbon Glass Lemon
Black and White Ribbon Canes with a yellow edge alternate with black Latticino Canes in this Lemon. It is signed with a VWT signature murrini on the tip of the stem.
Size: 4.75″ H x 2.5″W
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Filigree and Ribbon Glass Limes

Limes are used today for flavoring Tequila Margueritas among other things.

Handblown Glass Fruit
Green Filigree Glass Lime
Green Zanfirico canes combine with green Latticino rods to create a stunning lime.
It is signed with a VWT signature murrini on the top of the stem.
Size: 5.25″ L x 2.5″ W
Price: $265.00

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