Plastic Skeleton Hand Glasses
Great Party Addition
These are great looking. Fit about a 2-2.5 ounce shooter. But once "glass" is filled, flute becomes Very unstable due to being top heavy. Base is hollow plastic. Haven't come up with a "fix" yet. They do look awesome being served. Just leave them on the table and let people get themselves. Serving a tray full? Not such a good idea. Trust me.
November 10, 2013
Skeleton Hand Goblets
Absolutely love 'em. We purchased them for a senior center Halloween-themed dinner theater evening. They were the perfect table favor!
October 22, 2012
These plastic skeleton Hand glasses are really fun! I'm calling them champagne flutes but I really like them filled with candy. Also a fun way to bring the Halloween spirit to the office, as shown in catalog, holding paper clips. With one dozen you can certainly serve a group and they look adorable in a group on a tray.
August 29, 2012
REady for halloween!
loved these as goodies to give away to my adult guests at our annual halloween party. Unique and great for the occasion! Good quality and a fairly good price! Think they could have been a little cheaper due to they are smaller than they looked in the catalog. But still very pleased
August 17, 2012
Love these. Very cute and w/b fun on the table. They are plastic but it's Halloween, so who cares? They will add to my Halloween decor very well.
September 15, 2011
These were at hit at our Halloween party! They are quite small, but we filled from a dispenser with a tap on it, so it worked out fine.
November 1, 2010
More decorative than useful as a drinking cup. We don't serve champagne at our Halloween party. Usually Sangria, so these are kind of small. 3 oz? That's barely a 1/3 of a cup. Still nice to display.
January 9, 2010