Superior Performance with Libbey Contour

Libbey Master's Reserve Contour - Libbey Foodservice glassware

Unforgettable style thrives under rigorous use with Contour glassware, new from Libbey’s Master’s Reserve® Performa Collection. Contour crafts high-end experiences while providing superior value and improved service life for banquets, events and hospitality settings.  Made in the USA by America’s Glassmaker™, Contour’s innovative design stands up to the most demanding high-volume environments, helping to decrease replacement costs. In addition, this glassware maintains its clarity, even after repeated washings in professional-grade dishwashers.

Each glass features Libbey’s exclusive HD2 rim for high definition and durability; purely radiant shine free of potentially harmful heavy metal oxides with ClearFire™ glass; strong, reinforced walls; and a substantial foot that resists chipping. The graceful stem on Contour exceeds the upper limits of Libbey torque testing results for glasses with comparable stem thickness. Each pattern in the Master’s Reserve Collection is backed by Libbey’s industry-leading service and support, including a lifetime HD2 Rim and Foot Guarantee against chippage.

Contour delivers on bars and nightclubs dual desires for luxury and performance. Whether a Baby Boomer enjoying a full-bodied Red wine or a Millennial selecting a Rosé based on a personal connection to the vineyard, Libbey has the glassware for every beverage presentation. More than vessels for drink service, the right glass for the right drink provides a multi-sensory experience, stimulating the taste, aromas, visual appeal and the feel of the glass in the hand.

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