What kind of glass is Duralex?

What kind of glass is Duralex?

French tempered glass
Duralex is a French tempered glass tableware and kitchenware manufacturer located in La Chapelle-Saint-Mesmin in Loiret. Using a technique developed in the 1930s by Saint-Gobain, moulded glass is heated to 600 degrees Celsius, then cooled very quickly, giving it an impact resistance twice superior to normal glass.

Is Duralex glass good?

We recommend the pricey Duralex Picardie glass for those seeking a more elegant drinking glass for everyday use. The gently contoured shape of the Picardie glass makes it a pleasure to hold, and the slight flare of the lip provided the best drinking experience of any glass we tested.

Is Duralex like Pyrex?

International Cookware, which owns the Pyrex trademark, has acquired French tableware manufacturer Duralex. This takeover is said to confirm International Cookware’s ambition to become a leader in the field of kitchen glassware and tableware, as well as a major French manufacturer.

Are Duralex glasses safe?

How is Duralex safe? Duralex glassware is lead free and non-leaching. It is completely hygenic as it doesn’t absorb any liquids. Duralex is also safe in the event of strong shock; the glass would break into small pieces rather than jagged shards.

Can you microwave Duralex glass?

Microwave, Freezer and Dishwasher Safe.

Can Duralex glasses be used for hot drinks?

Because the glasses a microwave-safe, you can use them with any hot beverage. This set includes six 12.62-ounce glasses that are versatile enough to use for water, iced tea, soda, and even hot coffee. Duralex makes this exact style of glass in a variety of shapes of sizes, ranging from 3.125 ounces to 17.62 ounces.

Are durduralex glasses made in France?

Duralex Picardie glasses are still produced in France and are functional and stylish – they feel extremely comfortable in your hand. Set of six glasses. Available in a wide variety of sizes. Named after the Picardie province in northern France, this region is the heartland of French gothic cathedrals.

Are Picardie glasses still in production?

The original tempered (toughened) Picardie glasses are still in production in France and are known as the “Original French Tumblers.” The Picardie glass is the perfect weight: functional yet stylish and feels extremely comfortable in the hand.

What is Duralex tempered glass?

Founded in 1945 in La Chapelle-Saint Mesmin, the very heart of France, Duralex invented the glass tempering process over 80 years ago and has been associated with toughened glassware, utilizing their proprietary process ever since. The original tempered (toughened) Picardie glasses are known as the “original French tumblers”.

Where is Duralex glassware made?

Premium Glassware Crafted In La Chapelle-Saint-Mesmin, France. Founded in 1945, Duralex has been manufacturing tempered glassware and tabletop products for over 80 years in La Chapelle-Saint-Mesmin in the very heart of France.

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