Drink bubbles from a champagne shoe!

Day
Friday
17 Jun
Start
13:00
End
14:00
Jun
17
In connection with 3daysofdesign, Hempel Glasmuseum has launched a restoration of 19th century glass champagne shoes. The shoe was created in Venice in the 19th century, where a Parisian craze spread. Behind the craze was first and foremost the festive, male audience at the Moulin Rouge, who paid tribute to the can-can dancers by drinking champagne off their shoes. The glass artists Ned Cantrell and Karen Nyholm, Ebeltoft, have created the shoes for Hempel Glass Museum, and a new one is launched every year.
Place
Location
Amaliegade 8 1256 Copenhagen
Start
13:00
End
14:00
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