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Already well known at the Burgundian court in the 13th century, the bonbonnière - formerly known as the "drageoir" - was brought by the first chamberlain at the end of the meal, along with the digestifs.

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Blown in a 200-year-old Portuguese factory that puts all its know-how at the service of quality, this bonbonnière is the fruit of work combining tradition and modernity.

The bonbonnière serves several purposes: firstly, it provides storage for confectionery. Secondly, it protects sweets from the ravages of time. Finally, it allows them to be presented at the table.

This object is as much a practical utensil as a presentation element.

As this product is hand-blown, bubbles may appear which do not affect the strength of the glass, and shapes may vary slightly.


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