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What is Luminaric glassware?

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Luminarc is a glassware company that is part of the Arc International Group, a company that makes and sells household goods and is based in Arques, Pas-de-Calais in France. Founded in 1825 as Verrerie des Sept Ecluses, Arc International is a private company operated by the Durand family and Peaked Hill Partners. The Luminarc brand was launched in 1958.

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Glassware sold by Luminarc includes ice cream and dessert bowls under the Freezy, Versatile, Toffee, Gourmande and Seychelles lines. These bowls can be clear, partially tinted or have tinted feet. They also offer Arcade line salad bowls in various sizes as well as bowls and a pitcher in the Fleur line. This glassware features a vintage floral pattern.

Luminarc also has stackable bowls in the Cocoon and Empilable lines. These bowls can also be used for salads or to hold ingredients during food preparation. The Cocoon line also offers an egg cup. The Salad Club line features bowls with flared sides in various sizes, and the Cosmos line bowls can be clear or come in red, green or orange.

The drinkware includes clear tumblers in the Circo, Arcade, Scotland and Flamenco lines. The Enjoy Eat and Petits Gourmand lines have glassware meant more for desserts or appetizers. Luminarc also sells traditional stemware such as champagne flutes and saucers, red and white wine glasses and brandy snifters.

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