Black sorbet glass or sundae on foot, by Arcopal FranceSKU: AOC-3185-21
Black sorbet glass or sundae on foot, by Arcopal France.
- Manufacturer: Arc International
- Date of manufacture: 1980s
Black glass sorbet glass or sundae on a hardened glass base to match the Arcoroc France Octime service. Brand sticker is missing.
These sorbet glasses are in a good vintage condition with no significant traces of use or age-related traces of wear. Photos are part of the description.
- Height: 15.5 cm.
- Diameter: 9.5 to 10 cm.
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Sorbet or sherbet is a frozen dessert made from sugar-sweetened water with flavouring – typically fruit juice, fruit purée, wine, liqueur or honey. Generally sorbets do not contain dairy ingredients, while sherbets do. Its name came from the Iranian origin sharbat.
It is believed that sorbets originated in ancient Persia. There are a number of legendary origin myths, unsupported by any known evidence, that attribute the origins of sorbet to historical figures like the Roman Emperor Nero, Marco Polo and the Italian duchess Catherine de' Medici.
Like granitas and other ices, sorbet can be made without an ice cream maker. Alcohol, honey or corn syrup can be added to lower the freezing point and make softer sorbets.
Mulled wine sorbet can be made with red wine, orange, lemons, mulling spices, ruby port, and egg whites. Muscat sorbet is made with dessert wine, lemon juice, and egg whites. Tart sorbets are also served as palate cleansers between savoury courses of a meal.
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Country of origin
Kind of object
Sorbet glass - sorbet cup - ice cream cup - sundae
Hexagonal - tableware - crockery
Crockery - tableware
Arcopal France - Arc International
Angular and round shapes
Good vintage condition
9,50 cm á 10,00 cm
Parcel post with track & trace