Explore the wild and wonderful forests of Tanzania with this inviting artisan, colored glass set, complete with perfectly etched botanical illustrations. These illustrations are representative of real plant species from Tanzania, the place where Jane first started her world-changing research and where JGI's science and conservation work continue today.
This perfect pair is created from recycled wine glasses, quenching your thirst for sustainability and elegance in one sip. The bottles are collected from local bars and restaurants, working towards the 10 Million Bottle Rescue Mission. The final step of the process stress relieves the glass so they are dishwasher safe and you can continue to enjoy using the glasses for years to come. Each glass can hold 12oz.
The two species represented on these glasses are:
1) Encephalartos sclavoi : Common name Sclavo's cycad, is a critically endangered cycad in the family Zamiaceae. It is endemic to Tanzania.
2) Polystachya longiscapa: Found in Uluguru Mountains in Tanzania. Its grow in clumps, on rocks in cultivated fields, rocky outcrops, by rivers, and along the rock course of waterfalls.