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Wine Cellar Wine Glass Charms (Set of 6)

 

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Always know "whose glass is whose" with these wine cellar-themed charms! Set of 6 cast metal charms are finished in antique silver and dangle from 3 strands of glass-faceted beads. Magnetic closures make sure the these mini-medallions stay secure around the base of each guests' wine glass. Set of 6 charms includes a wine bottle, corkscrew, grapes, wine glass, chiller bucket, and cheese wedge.
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Cute but....
These are so cute that they were hard to resist. However they break easily if you are not very careful when you take the magnet apart. The magnet is stronger than the 'metal' attaching the beads to them!!
June 25, 2009
Great Idea
Magnetic closure is very easy to use. Much easier than the awkward snaps of other wine glass charms.
November 14, 2007
Very stylish charms!
Very cute design!
May 14, 2008
I would purchase this product again!
They are fun and practical!
June 5, 2008
LOVE THEM
I use wine charms all the time for my parties and these are perfect for my summer Luau. They are easy to use, very stylish and a great accessory for any champagne and wine glass. I will buy more.
July 10, 2008
Easy to use!
I bought them as a gift and they loved them
July 14, 2008
Elegant Wine Glass Charms
These wine glass charms are made like jewelry with magnetic clasps and beading that add elegance to any entertaining
September 19, 2009
Interesting concept
Kind of unique for wine charms. Fits the taste of the recipient.
May 27, 2008
Nice conversation piece and practical
No one has to wonder, whose drink is whose.
July 8, 2008
pricey but better than the rest
Need a larger set.
September 9, 2009