Ravenhead Double Wall Set of 2 Latte Mugs
The Ravenhead Double Wall Set of 2 Latte Mugs are ideal for enjoying smooth lattes. Due to the double walled glass which creates an insulation pocket, these latte mugs can be used for hot or iced coffee, and will keep hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold for longer. The double wall set of 2 latte mugs are a stylish, contemporary shape and feature an elegant smokey grey handle which makes them stand out from the crowd.
Ravenhead’s range of double walled glassware is made from borosilicate glass, which is ultra light and heat resistant. The inner glass layer creates the insulated air pocket which is what keeps hot liquids hot and cold liquids cold for longer. The temperature of the liquid in the glass will not be transferred to the outside of the glass, so whatever temperature you like your coffee, the glass will remain cool to the touch and easy to handle.
Each glass in this stylish new range is handmade using skilful mouthblown techniques. The unique smokey grey handle sets this range apart from the rest and adds a further touch of class.
Ravenhead The Brand
Founded in 1842, when Frances Dixon opened a glass factory in St.Helens, North West England. This factory played a huge part in Ravenhead’s success. It had industrial strengths such as fuel supplies and the Sankey Canal transport links to Liverpool and Cheshire. Dixon then passed ownership down to his sons, and the family business developed from strength to strength over three generations.
In 1913, Ravenhead merged with 5 other glass companies to form United Glass Bottle Manufacturers. This merger resulted in investment in automatic bottle-making machines which revolutionized the speed of production.
In the 1930’s Ravenhead branched out domestic tableware such as bowls, jugs and drinking glasses. Many of these items were inspired by the Art Deco era. It was during this time that Ravenhead developed some long-lasting partnerships with iconic brands such as Elizabeth Arden. Ravenhead’s first decorating machine produced the cosmetics leaders world famous white cream jar. The machine was then used to decorate a variety of pots, jars and bottles including milk bottles decorated with the name of the farmer’s dairies.
Following the death of Will Dixon-Nuttall in 1981, the family sadly withdrew their involvement in the business. Various ownerships took place after this time until 1933 when Ravenhead was bought out by a Belgian glassware company Durobor and in 2003 The Haywire Group aqauired the Ravenhead name; including a kilner jar, a subsidiary of Ravenhead. The brand was revitalised, building its passion for quality glassware at affordable prices.
Today the Ravenhead brand holds an enviable international reputation for high quality glassware that combines strength, style and durability. The brand caters to all occasions by offering exceptional glassware across the mmid-range and premium collections. Whether you are entertaining friends at home or need glassware for a formal event, Ravenhead has a range to suit your needs.
In the new lines you see the brands ever-expanding product portfolio. This includes everything from elegant, fine crystalline stemware for fine dining to durable, head resistant ovenware.